Even When You’re Poor, Always Maintain the Hair
I bought this book to support my gay husband, Milo haha. Besides the fact that I have so much love for his writing, his work, and his energy, I have to say that I didn’t feel bad for what he went through. Yes, it sucks and reading it made me feel angrier for him and by these feelings; I know he will get back on his feet and return the favor to everyone who left him for dead. This book will have you laughing at his tangent. Milo introduces you to his hair, how he maintains it, and you will learn new ways to insult people. After feminism is cancer, Milo should write an autobiography called “Scandalous: a Savage Milo Story.” Of that ever happens, I better get credit haha. I gave it five star because. With Milo, I am biased lol. Everyone falls down but if you continue to take the hit and never fight back, you’re the only person at fault for future failures.
Now Let’s Get Personal
It was good to know that Milo Yiannopoulos is still in good spirits. Sure, everyone has their opinion on this guy who was once very controversial but I like him. No one’s opinion will change my mind.
Personally, this book is a reminder that anyone can hit rock bottom, but it is up to the person to stay there or find a way out.
Milo is finding his way out and I am proud of him for doing so.
I Was At Rock Bottom Once
I had a great job. My bank account was great. Then one day, out the blue, I was homeless. No one was there to help me out of it. People who wanted to help end up dismissing me before I can get stable again. Ironically, it was only two months of help and they gave up on me just like that. A month after getting tossed back on to the street, I was financially stable again.
My point is, you are the only person you can count on. When these people gave up on me, I was waiting on job openings but yet, two months was too long for them.
I took a job that I would normally never do and hope for something better, which happened.
I am not someone who sits around hoping for the next best thing. I hustle to get to that next best thing. If I am not working at a regular 9 to 5, I am working on side gigs that helps pay my bill.
I can say that luckily for me, I can tolerate just about anything. I can guarantee that the same people who gave up on me would never know how to crawl out the pits of hell if they were ever in my shoes.
I’m not being arrogant. I am being realistic. I have overcome a lot of struggles that most people would never imagine ever having to live through. Each struggle always has an ending that works out better than the next, and I am always grateful every lesson I have to experience in life. It made me who I am.
I am sure Milo will learn the same way. Everyone needs to fall sometimes to test their strength. One of these days, it might be you.