This super jombo is the first of a three-part series on why I am so passionate about and proud of my blog. I have been blogging since 2008 and this is the first post in the series that is truly my own. It is about my love for food and my passion for blogging. It is about my obsession with cooking and food photography. It is about my family. And it is about my friends.
There is no one right way to do anything or to blog. You will have your own special way of doing things and no one else will ever be able to replicate it. But for me, these are my two “super jumbos.
I’m more likely to sit on my butt, eat a lot of carbs, and watch some Netflix than I am to sit down and think of what I want to say, so I’m going to take the path of least resistance in this series and just say what I want to say. I need to get out of the way so I can get back to what I’m really passionate about in life.
I’m going to ask my dad if he thinks I’m cool. He says I’m cool. I’m cool, but I don’t really know how to say it.
That’s the problem with asking your dad if he thinks you’re cool. He doesn’t know, and he doesn’t care. He just knows that you’re cool. But he wants to hear it from you. And so, while he’s probably not going to be able to give you a perfect answer, he might be able to give you some hints. But in the meantime, just enjoy the show.
Its hard to say how cool your dad is when he doesn’t know your real name. That’s why you should ask your dad, not your mom. She is the one who can tell you if your dad is really cool. And she will tell you if you’re cool. But she wont tell you if your dad is cool.
I thought this was a joke at first until I heard it from one of my co-workers, and then the rest of the team. I have a lot of trouble with super jombo because I think it is a bit too “over the top” for my tastes. But I do think it is a very clever way of saying, “Hey, I’m cool too. But I’m not as cool as you.” You get it.
I think that it is a very smart way to say, Hey, Im cool, but I am not as cool as you.
This is a common theme throughout the game, and it does have a real purpose, but I would argue that the way it is written makes it seem a bit silly. For example, the term “cool”, when used as a verb, refers to a person or thing that is both very smart and very lucky.
The term cool may also mean something like “I got everything i want.” That is, someone who is exceptionally smart and very lucky. But this doesn’t always work. Sometimes a person who is exceptionally clever and very lucky might be the one who gets what they want.