Some people accuse me of being nice. There is nothing worse than getting accused of being nice. Actually there are much worse things, like being called unfunny, whiny, studious, etc, but permit the hyperbole. Eyebrows are probably shooting up in space at this pronouncement, conversely accusing me of not being nice at all, saying that I am, in fact a mean person. I may be generally mean, but the niceness people accuse me of having is within the context of work. That I don’t make toxic anyone. That I will take someone’s patient or work without complaining. That you can switch schedules with me anytime. That I don’t turn down referrals in the middle of the night, even the really stupid ones. That you can coerce me to see your referrals for you and all I can respond with is, “what bed?”

The fact is, all the aforementioned examples are not borne out of niceness at all. I won’t go so far as admit that they are out of stupidity or meekness, but they are, in fact, borne out of laziness. Laziness to argue. Laziness to think. Laziness to think of questions. Laziness to complain. Laziness to whine. Laziness to ruffle the feathers, rock the boat, ripple the water, milk the cow, agitate the aardvark, and other nonsense. It’s just too exhausting to try to seem superior and righteous and think of ways to entoxify (not a real word) someone. This becomes a venue for abuse, so I am now enrolled in the 12-Step Kathy Lei Program To Being Feeerm.

This whole laziness-as-the-operative-concept-in-everything can be traced as far back and is a virtual plagiarism of an old blog entry of Walking On Water. Because indeed, laziness is a pervasive force, but it does give way to doing things fast. In Smoketh’s mantra: PTN—Para Tapos Na.

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  1. That I don’t turn down referrals in the middle of the night, even the really stupid ones. That you can coerce me to see your referrals for you and all I can respond with is, “what bed?” -Ahem, that's why youre the BESTEST SAPOD/SCUPOD! hahahaha-rain


  2. Thanks for finally posting. You're post really brighten my day.


  3. Wow Willy, ang sipag sipag mo naman 😉


  4. but you are nice willy! minsang humingi ako sa yo ng loratadine and naubusan ka na noon, but you looked for samples for me! pumunta ka pang e.r. to give me the loot! you are sooooo nice talaga!


  5. rain–> ahem, buti na lang never na ko ulit mag sasapod scupod that job sucks hahaha.the commuter–> thanks!ANL—> kunwari lang yan. in my head nag-iisip na ko ng kapalit sa mga pabor na ginagawa ko haha.perenial runny nose–> or should I say… dee wong sy? or would you prefer… bagyong ondoy? i gave you loratadines in exchange for prozacs which is how I manage to survive each day. thanks for them drugs.


  6. Willy, what no more sapod scupod? Have you heard of the word \”cover\”?


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