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Good lessons from an unexpected source...Tiktok :)

  God does work in mysterious ways.  He speaks to us even in Tiktok. And this is what my fave friars will be talking about below.  Enjoy.  

If the day comes that I become woke

 Woke culture, cancel've probably cross paths with this terminology now specially in these days of social media.  

My body, my choice.  I identify myself as a non-binary.  Whatever floats your boat as long as your happy. 

If ever I become one.  The first thing I will do is sue the NBA.  Yes, you heard me right, the National Basketball Association.  

Hear me out, if people can decide what sex they can be, then surely it will be easier for me to say what height I have.  Sex is a more complex issue than height, which like age, is really just a number.  So if people can identify to be a man or a woman in spite of the physical sexual organs disagreeing, it surely is easier for people to accept someone defying something like measurements which in my case is height.

On normal standards, I am merely 163 cms but I would identify myself as a 180 cm instead and instead of being Asian, I would identify myself as an African and I'd probably shave a bit from my age so that they'd me make eligible for the NBA draft.  If the NBA doesn't draft me or sign me for a contract, I will sue them for discrimination.

But then luckily, I'm still sane and will not do any of what I just said.



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