calling names such as Jackass for missing the 'V'.
The 'dumb jackass' comment was made by her in jest, it was also a reflection on what had happened to her since we parted. She has a great sense of humour.
she went through all those 'Mills' according to what I hear from you.I feel sorry for that Miss.Chung.
Yes, it was such a shock to me, I expected her to be married with children. She was such a cute spunky thing, I expected her to be just snapped up. But in hindsight I can see what happened. She was very smart and independent; I suppose, not many boys were secure enough to handle that. In all honesty I don't think I would have been secure enough to handle her independence in a marriage. All credit to her, she is not bitter or twisted but quite happy and content. My relationship with her now is strictly platonic, the sword of Damocles (or should I say the scalpel) is hanging over, not necessarily my head!
settle down with one perfect lady
Yes, that's exactly what I have done. It's not easy for someone to live with me, and for me to live with someone else. I have found the only girl that wont end up killing me, and the only girl I wont end up killing. The fact she happens to be Lankan is a bonus. Although, I don't believe in him God has been kind to me.
But I am still mad for what your father did to you.
Well, it's a bit complex than what it would seem. My father was the best judge of 'human character' I know, except when it came to me. I am not angry with him for that. As I was married, I suppose it's a natural parental reaction. Also, there was some apprehension on his part if I would end up with a non-Lankan wife. Like many in his generation, my father and his brothers were educated in England and two of them came back with English wives. Although, they had quite successful marriages and all of them lived in SL (the good old days) and died there - except one aunt who is in her 80s now, one of the first I visit to catch up on SL whenever I am there - they had some trouble adjusting, initially.