- Robin: So is Paul really your little brother?
- Me: Yes. I'm Korean.
- Robin: Yeah, that's what I thought.
- Me: Well, I'm part Black and Korean.
- Robin: What? Really? Well, I could see that.
- Me: Yeah, look at my lips--these aren't Asian lips.
- Jenna: Are you seriously going to let Robin believe this?
- Robin: What?
- Me: Okay, I'm not Black.
- Robin: So you're Korean?
- Me: Yes.
- Jenna: No.
- Me: Kind of.
- Robin: ???
- Jenna: He's Indonesian.
- Me: So I look Korean?
- Robin: Yes.
My little brother is sick.
He doesn’t want me to come over and help him out.
But that’s what families are supposed to do—take care of each other.
I pretty much got naked.
Figuratively speaking of course. All this talk about being open and honest with my little brother, Paul, has got me thinking about what I’ve kept from him. Luckily, I haven’t held anything back. And since I don’t want there to be walls between us, I decided solidify our honesty by taking our brotherhood to the next level: my computer. Essentially, there is no such thing as privacy anymore. He’ll see anything sketchy that I’ve seen.
That’s honesty for you.