Television Actor’s Premiere

Oh, great, Tobias is dragging the entire family to mum’s penthouse to watch the premiere of his first-ever “real acting role”. I have serious doubts as to whether this is a legitimate role or not, due to his terrible track record. He was once at a football match and after the camera showed his section, he spent a week claiming to have been on television (even though you can’t actually make him out in the footage). There’s no way he actually got an acting part because he has absolutely no talent whatsoever. I know that sounds harsh, but it is true. He may even read this blog post, which I am totally fine with. It would be for the best, I’m sure.

Now, Tobias claims to have professionally acted in a documentary about steel tubing around Melbourne. I’m sceptical. How would you even make a documentary about steel fabrications, and why would you need actors if you did? It’s highly suspicious if you ask me. I would not at all be surprised if there was a photo of him from a job application shown on camera, sitting on the receptionist’s desk (he hasn’t had a job in months) and he’s counted that as a professional acting role.

If it turns out that he was not actually hired to star in a documentary about steel fabrications near Melbourne, I think I’m just about done with this family. I’ll take my son away, probably to somewhere in New South Wales and never come back. I know this seems like a really strange final straw, but this has been building for a long time. It will be nice to get away from here and start a new life.

After everything that has happened in the last few years, I can’t take much more. It’s just not good for my mental health, or my physical health for that matter. It’s straight-up dangerous being with these people.

Alright, I’ve convinced myself. I am done with this family. Time to pack everything up and go to Sydney!

– Michael