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How Other People See Me?

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on December 3, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

Here in the West it is a sign of affluence, of power, of having made it in society: a good cigar. Taken after dinner with a sniffer of brandy, sitting in your leather armchair in the club lounge, there is nothing more relaxing after a hard day’s work delegation. Why, then, did someone suggest today […]

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My Quote Of The Year

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 29, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

Sometimes you can find a little touch of honesty in even the longest, most staged interviews. The Guardian newspaper interviewed Mel B – the former Scary Spice in the Spice Girls – with a long rundown on her life from the earliest days, through the bad times and the good times up to today. In […]

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Little Things Amuse Me

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 27, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

Sometimes it is the really mundane which amuses, things which cannot be explained to anyone else, no matter how hard you try. Take the Tumblr log-in page as an example. When I call the page up on the Internet, my name and password appear in the right boxes ready for me, for about half a […]

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Selfies: Am I Hot Or What?

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 26, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

It’s a question every single teenager, and probably many who are considerably older, will ask themselves at some time or another. Maybe not the exact wording, maybe not ‘hot’, but attractive, presentable, sexy, bootilicious, interesting and, of course, fat. Regardless of the word used, you can almost read the question in their eyes, and pleading, […]

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Worse Than A Scrawl

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 24, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

Someone wrote, many years ago, that you can tell the character of a person by their handwriting. Someone else decided that it was the state of their workplace, another person which animal they own, another…. you get the idea. The thought about handwriting came to my mind the other day when someone, who was not […]

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So, Why Are You Still Here?

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 20, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

It’s a strange question to be asked, and yet someone thought it a good question, one that had to be asked, without knowing the background to my life or my interests: Why are you still here? Why didn’t you stay over there, in the United States, once the estate was settled and live your life […]

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Correcting My Language

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 12, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

I think it must be because I do not look like an American that some people believe they can correct my use of my own Mother Tongue, especially when they have spent so much time learning the language in school. Today I was peacefully making a few notes ready for a future piece of writing, […]

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Christmas: A Time For Spending

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 6, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

The festive season is upon us. In fact, the festive season has been here, if you look in some of the shops and stores, for about three months, with shelves filled to overflowing with Christmas bargains, chocolates, Santa Claus figures and decorations. The run-up to the actual feast is considerably longer than most people would […]

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Is This Comment Real Or An Advert?

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 4, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

The world of commenting on your favorite site, especially if it is through Disqus, is changing, and not for the better. By now we are all used to the adverts on Facebook and, gradually coming in, the targeted advertizing on Twitter directly within our Timeline. How about, though, if you see a comment within a […]

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Reading Aloud To Others Is Boring

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on November 3, 2014 in Immoral Conversations |

It’s easy to take things out of context. All you need to do is take a single sentence, leave everything around it out, and you can give something a completely new meaning, twist words, in effect, to make a point. So it is with this single Tweet which, as you can guess from my comment, […]

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