Hooray to Gay

July 31, 2013 § Leave a comment

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My activities of this weekend included drooling over Minimarket shoes that an unemployed grad no way could ever afford, drinking Mimosas (to make this can’t-afford pain go away) and hitting the Baltic Pride in Vilnius (see above).

So in general I have some sort of an emotional peanut allergy to intolerance and people supporting all this anti-gay nonsense.  My own sexual adventures make me feel like a Parisian flapper circa the roaring 20s, hense I am not really in a position to judge anyone here.

But the thing that struck me the most during the Pride was that all the cool dressed people were waving rainbow flags, whereas people rocking sandals with socks just wouldn’t shut up about how sinful homosexual relationships are (which by the way is a completely stupid argument, because if you don’t sin, Jesus died for nothing, ey).

I am thinking of putting all these longs hours spent cracking SPSS in practice and finding a statistical correlation between one’s sense of style and social liberalism. There must be one, right?  Why else I would be crushing over every single overly metrosexual looking my way. 

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Is Orange in this season?

June 19, 2013 § Leave a comment

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Don’t think it really is. But Domenico and Stefano better make it work, because it seems that the sweet D&G pair has just been sentenced to jail in Italy for one year and eight months for tax evasion. Oopsy Daisy.

The highlights of the last couple of months

February 16, 2013 § Leave a comment

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While I was lost in the South East Asian wilderness (see above),  the last couple of months proved to be oh-boy-so-intense in the global arena. So here goes the three most world-changing events (just in case you were lost in some wilderness as well).

1. In Europe, the pope announced his resignation.

This means that I can now freely and openly feed on birth control 24/7 without being condemned by the church. Not that this would matter anyway, as my parents pulled the hippie card on me, “forgot” to baptize me and basically raised me as an atheist brat with no religious values what so ever. Thanks Parents.

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2. In Asia, North Korea launched yet another nuclear test and threatened to take actions against South Korea if they complied with the new UN sanctions.

As much as I will miss soldiers wearing BB cream, K-Pop and sneakers in neon colors, it was rather perfect timing for me to flee Seoul. At least I saved my mom a couple of sleepless nights (but then again, my gin & tonic adventures back in Europe may cause her even greater lack of sleep than missiles, so not sure if I actually did her a favor).

I am also feeling pretty fortunate that my 20 pages essay on how Unification, Peace and Love are coming to the Korean peninsula got graded before the whole Pyongyang’s nuke party in January.

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3. In North America, Kanye impregnated Kim Kardashian.

Being a pop cultural anthropologist I find the two of them to be über fascinating overhyped famewhores, which I hear is actually a compliment in the US.

Plus I watched the episode of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” where Kanye bought Kim enough cloths to dress 10 generation of her ancestors in Armenia. Must be true love ❤ .

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Haters Gonna Hate

November 7, 2012 § 1 Comment

Gobama! Happy 4 more years!

Favorite quote of the day: Romney wins Utah.

His Royal Highness goes Vegas

August 29, 2012 § Leave a comment

Ladies and Gentlemen,

The day has arrived. The day for me to act as a mature cultivated individual and therefore talk politics.

So here it goes. Give Prince Harry a break.

a.) He’s ginger – he must have had a tough childhood already.

b.) What’s the point of being a prince if it can’t get you laid in Vegas?

Kim Jong-il looking at … the road to heaven?

November 19, 2011 § Leave a comment

So you must have heard by now that mr Kim Jong-il , the North Korean leader, passed away last night. And while South Korea puts its military on alert, boosting surveillance along the 155-mile border, one of the world’s most heavily armed frontiers, to detect any unusual signs from the North Korean military, I can not stop thinking about the future of Kim Jong-il looking at things. Boots, X-ray, Doner Kebab, soft drinks, frozen veggies. Blink blink.

I do not now who’s the genius behind the blog, but as Kim Jong-il has pretty much stopped looking at things, he/she better be shifting focus somewhere else.

Kim Jong-Un plastic surgeries anyone?

John Galliano prefers wine to juice

March 1, 2011 § Leave a comment

I reckon that (ex)fashion guru John Galliano might have been turning to Hipster Hitler for inspiration this season and taken it a tad too far. Can’t really blame Dior for bye-bye-ing him now, can you?

Though it’s also a little confusing. I’m just wondering if after so openly declaring his love for Hitler and hate for Jewish people, Mr. Galliano (being homosexual) realize that he’s not exactly in for a treat when it comes to Hitler lovin’ him back?

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