Can A Whore Really Change?



While out on date night with My Small Baby, she received a call from her best friend.

Usually, they would just blab away. This time, however, My Small Baby’s reactions were different; it was more like she was trying to calm her down and make her realize something significant. I don’t really know what was being said on the other line but My Small Baby kept on, in a reassuring manner, telling her, "People change lah."


I usually pay no heed when My Small Baby and her best friend are on the phone

To be perfectly honest, I usually don’t pay any heed to their phone conversations as more often than not, it doesn’t really concern me. But as I said, this time around, there was something different. So, I kaypoh and asked her what the whole thing was all about. When she told me, I was really surprised at first and appalled after that, at the latest turn of events.

Dayum!

I am all for forgiveness. I believe that people should forgive and be forgiven. I’m not saying you should forget the past deeds but if God could forgive, who are we humans not to do the same?

Anyways, the subject concerned is someone who is friends with My Small Baby's best friend; someone who I think deserves to be left alone after what she had gone, and still going, through. After all, based on what I know, what I've heard, and on her own personal accounts, she’s truly repented for all her actions.

But this latest information threw out everything I believed in!


She committed adultery and there is no excuse for that. But...

Initially, when I first heard and read about her predicament, my sympathy went out to her. I don’t condone cheating, worst if it’s adultery. But hey, people make mistakes and she committed one, a very huge mistake. When her ex-husband dragged her lover - and effectively herself as well - to court and public shame, I was sympathetic to her plight.

I thought that it was childish, silly and nothing but a vengeful fuss that her ex-husband used an archaic law to punish her and her lover. I mean, I get that the dude was wronged, betrayed and heartbroken but to continue the smearing of their names in public could only bring about negative perceptions for all parties concerned, especially the daughter who should have been protected at any cost.

However, upon learning about the bombshell that the ex-husband testified in court, whatever sympathy I had for her was thrown out of the window. To know that the daughter he loved like his own is not even his made me want to puke in disgust.

Dayum! What kind of a woman would hide or try to pass someone’s child as someone else’s?


Only people who have no morals at all could lie about a child's paternity

And when you learn more of how this supposedly God-fearing woman - who convinced most people that she has truly repented and turned to God to guide her after all her misdeeds - took her ex-husband for a ride since day one, what do you expect to feel or think?

I don’t know about y’all but personally, after reading that her liaison with the accused started even before her wedding, about the ongoing trysts at exotic holiday locations and worst, gloating with the lover on how the daughter looked more like him than the supposed father, and all during her marriage at at that, my thoughts and sympathy are with the poor sucker ex-hubby.

Truthfully, now I understand why he did what he did.

Could anyone begrudge the poor fella for his anger and subsequent hell-bent desire to avenge and hit back?


I wouldn't be surprise if the little girl grows up to be disturbed!

How about the potential effects on the poor little girl who is obviously oblivious to all these airing of dirty laundry in public? How would you expect child to grow up and know that her doting mother is a two-timing whore?

I’ll leave y’all to decide.



P.S.

As a fellow Sabahan, I had a biased fondness for her but you know what, that too has been thrown out. If nothing else, I only have disgusts. She's a shame to all us Sabahans.

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