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How I met my dead husband – Melbourne Fringe

By | September 20th, 2018|music, relationships, theatre|

I really enjoyed Lansy Feng's performance of How I met my dead husband, at the Gasworks as part of Melbourne Fringe Festival tonight. Although the plot followed the character through four successive lifetimes trying to reconnect with the one man who touched her hand, and who then went and married someone else, the point seemed [...]

a cheerful Monday cocktail

By | May 7th, 2018|daily life, interesting people, relationships, school|

It is very tempting to open my heart a little and share some of my feelings, hehe. I won't, because it is not reciprocated, but I would like to, hehe. I am in the mood where I want to turn to some lovely boy in my kitchen and say: 'Would you like a drink?' It [...]

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Original Crush – events and dating in Melbourne

By | May 5th, 2018|daily life, friends, interesting people, relationships|

I am so happy and so excited. This afternoon I found a whole honey pot of interesting things that are happening in Melbourne, so I can schedule some fun events. I don't have to wait for Mistress Butterfly or Maximilien to ask me out! There are so many things to do. It is exciting. I [...]

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Happy marriage equality day

By | November 15th, 2017|bars and restaurants, interesting people, music, parks and gardens, relationships|

Hooray!! It is a great time in Australian history. :-) I am so pleased that the Yes campaign won. We were scared, hehe, it is true. Trump, Brexit, One Nation. How many dickheads are in this country anyway? But for now, it is time to celebrate. It is such a great day! Someone at my [...]

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without the benefit of evolution

By | May 1st, 2017|light art, literature, photography, relationships|

And in this Brave New World, I still react emotionally to this situation as a real live human being with feelings and emotions that have taken millions of years to evolve. Without the benefit of a hundred or so years to adapt to this new virtual reality world, it still hurts, just as much as [...]

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the tantrum and the monster

By | May 1st, 2017|relationships, weather|

I studied some really interesting English classes in Year 11 and 12 of high school. I remember thinking that the turn of the century can be a difficult and turbulent time, especially for artists and creatives, or other sensitive peoples. I didn't go so far to predict what turmoil the turn of the 21st century [...]

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Her – 2013 – Science fiction by Spike Jonze

By | February 25th, 2017|cinema, relationships|

The irony of a story about a relationship between a human and an intelligent operating system, capable of learning, is not lost on me. All the more obvious how limited, how agricultural, how unfeeling, how pointless, a relationship between two humans separated by a screen, moderated by a statistic, with nothing remotely intelligent between them. [...]

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2 days in Paris for Valentine’s Day

By | February 14th, 2017|bars and restaurants, cinema, relationships|

2 days in Paris seemed like a bit of a strange choice for a Valentine's Day date movie at the Rooftop Cinema in Curtin House. Romantic realism perhaps. It seemed like a pretty shitty relationship, but maybe that is long term relationships for you. As I become more self aware, I am getting to know [...]

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