“Gluttonize” is the name of the blog for a reason.
For one, other more suave and witty names were already taken. But, there is a bit of a story to it: I’ve been hospitalized on several occasions for overeating.
Rest assured, it’s not some manifestation of a rapidly plummeting self-esteem, nor any sort of deep-rooted psychological dysfunction. In fact, it’s not like that at all. If I recall correctly, on all occasions of the “event,” I was merely a little too captivated (if that is a strong enough word) by the food before me. There was a lot of involuntary vomiting and curious yet confounded doctors to indicate that I may or may not have been a touch overzealous. However, despite these overindulgent incidents, I still harbor zestful enthusiasm and appreciation for food, hence the blog (and my healthy appetite).
I am native to Hong Kong, but grew up in Canada. I am pursuing some type of higher learning at university in Montreal. I love cows. I appreciate the less fortunate on the street who liven up the sidewalks with music so I give them money. I am wary of hyper-individualism. I’m a rather small person. I don’t like spiders. I wish to grow out my hair, but I don’t have the courage to brave through the unavoidably awkward stage of hairstyle puberty. I collect magnets. I don’t like spiders. I diet between meals. I dislike like red. I have a secret weakness for English muffin breakfast sandwiches and waxy raisin Glosettes.
I don’t like spiders.