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A drug lord needs an heir to his legacy.

He has a son that doesn’t fit the bill.

But where there’s a will, there’s a way.

A son proves that he is indeed his father’s son.

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My father is a respected gangster. I’m just a pathetic thug. But I was born with credibility entrenched in my genes. I’m Simon Lobo’s only biological son. My father had other children, but they weren’t his. They were offspring of the streets, stuck to its asphalt like chewed and spit out gum. My father scraped […]

Honorable Drug Lord by Tervee Gill — Gobblers & Masticadores

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22 Comments on “Honorable Drug Lord by Terveen Gill — Gobblers & Masticadores

  1. No matter how rich and powerful you become, Terveen, there is always someone waiting to knock you off that perch. A great Tuesday read as always.

  2. That’s a big surprise. I thought he’s going to do something to impress his father. Well… I guess killing the person one wants to impress is the ultimate impressive thing to do. This comment of mine became anonymous on the other place, but I thought I used to submit comments and got acknowledged as me. Hmm… WP is weird sometimes.

    • Lol. I love how you say this, Haoyan. And WP can indeed be weird. About a year ago, my comments stopped being posted on other sites and I had to inform the Happiness Engineers (why are they called that??) before the problem was rectified. Cheers to weird! 🙂

  3. I had a feeling that sonny boy was going to ice the old man. He had a sense of malice and desperation about him that sort of set his course of action into stone. Fathers and sons often have strange and unhealthy dynamics in their relationships. Of course. It could be that I’ve watched too many crime dramas, too! No matter. This is an excellent example of superb writing. Great job as always, Terveen. 🙂

    • Thanks a lot, Mike. I suppose crime dramas are inspired by real life, and family dramas can be very cruel and spiteful. The need to dominate is a part of the human nature. And parents tend to be the first to try their hands at it when it comes to their own children. Better be careful though. Things can swing the other way…. 🙂

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