Stick to one?

Don’t give me a lecture about fidelity. Or about loyalty.

Don’t tell me “You gotta have one and only one.”

You gotta be kidding me. Where’s the thrill in that? It’s boring to have only one. Moreover, what if that “one and only one” hurts you? What do you do?

You’ll have no one else. And then you’ll lock yourself up in your room, stare at the idiot box all day, and wallow yourself in self pity. Tsk tsk tsk.

So you see, it pays to not stick to one.

Last year, I did try to have another “one.” And it was much more exciting, despite some mess.

So this year, I gave it another shot. But it’s a whole different story. Less mess this time. And I’d love to share it with you.

Oops, I gotta go. That’s the only constraint with having more than one: You have to make time for both.

Philippine Powerade Duathlon Open
In sports, it's fun when you don't stick to one.

Disclaimer: The don’t-stick-to-one mantra only applies to sports such as running.


2 thoughts on “Stick to one?

    1. ay, ang derogatory naman, jet. let’s do it the other way around na lang: let’s flatter the playboys/girls and call them duathletes/triathletes. 🙂 hehehe.

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