Joined 12 years ago
Mojo is a truly horrible man. He hails from Co. Down, Ireland and there has never walked a man more strenuously arduous and vaccuous than he. His choices are always misguided and his writing style is laughable.
Please do not befriend him as he will but laugh and turn his back on your affections. He informs me he has done this in the past and he is, as he says, willing to do it again.
Despite years in the working wilderness he has turned his attentions to writing and in 6 months he has been published in both local magazines (Time Off - Brisbane) and national publications (Film Ink- Australia).
He likes to think his writing style is playful and humourous. To that I have but one word....pffft. As aforementioned he is a horrible man and this is all but an illusion.
You have been warned.
Oh, and if you really dislike him, check this out too....
It's equally pretentious.
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