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A close friend once said to me "Your search to define who you are has become an essential part of who you are". So therefore I will not introduce myself, not being quite sure yet. If you are reading this you are probably close to me and know me well already.


Karl, my darling

This is funny.
Have a look at

Here Karl speaks openly on things and almost always get into the things he DOESN'T like. Things that disturbs and annoys him. Like fat people. And public traveling. And food. And social life. And kids.

He's so rad. He's so above-it-all. I love it.

NYC is where I wanna be

Hey crowd!

Just got back from the Big Apple. Why do they call it that? If anyone knows, please leave me a comment.

It was amazing. Truly amazing. Not the city itself, but what you can do in it. It's like ten cities in one. Whatever you want, whenever you want. It's really that simple. And people are so nice and polite!

What I liked the most was the fact that I felt so at ease, so calm and excited at the same time. It agrees with me, it's there for me to enjoy. For the first time in quite some time I didn't feel stressed and anxious and under-stimulated.

During the days I walked around alone mainly, discovering different areas, mini-cities if you want. I stayed close to Chinatown but didn't like it too much. That place really smells! Got my I Love NY tisha for $3, bargain!

Got lost in both Macy's and Century 21, ate and ate at really good places.
My favourite meal has got to be that small burrito place in Alphabet City though, the first time I had an authentic burrito with brown rice, chicken and whole wheat bread.
Tasty and semi-healthy, wow! I downed it with four Mojitos, they were also very yummy.

What else can I say...? Didn't get the romance of a lifetime but I did enjoy every minute. It really is a city of possibilities and I am already looking forward to go back.
It's too good a city not to try it, really.

These are my "golden years", I need to do something rewarding, something challenging.
So, keep a lookout for a job for me, otherwise I also have a phone interview with H&M this week, buying assistant.

Keep your fingers crossed for me, all I want is to move on.

Over the Arctic Ocean. So beautiful. Disappointingly I didn't see any penguins nor polar bears.

In the cab from JFK I saw some spectacular graffitti but was too slow with my camera.
This one was by the traffic lights in Long Island City.

On Grand and Orchard I think. It's actually a graffitti ad for Wii. Cool.
They had many of those actually. Street art going commercial!

Jenny B Shoes. It made my eyes moist. Even more so when the shoes were fugly.

A Dunkin' Donuts donut with chocolate frosting and sprinkles.
Bruce said; it's crap.
I said; shush, it doesn't matter. I've been waiting my whole life.

Sweet address.

Myself in front of Macy's. Good shoe department in there!

Up in Queens they have a graffitti yard, like a museum almost.
It was supercool and the administrator was also a real cool guy.
He told us they'd done a America's Next Top Model shoot there the day before.
Graffitti going HBO I guess. Not so cool?

More graffitti.

Charlie being up close and personal with Felix da Cat.

At the Bowery Ballroom, for a gig. Saw Phosphorescent and Nina Nastacia.

Pure morning, day's dawning..
Somewhere over Zurich on my way home.



Hey y'all,

I'm sorry for not writing in a while. I'm up to my ears in s**t, plus I'm leaving for NYC tomorrow morning (at break of dawn practically) and I haven't even started packing.
So, for all of you who know me, that's rare since I love to travel.
Will be away for almost a week, which means no updates (i.e. like normal).

Put some clothes on my bed and realized six items are from Minimarket. Haha. Two from Rodebjer, one Carin Wester, one Whyred, one Acne.. And some H&M.
I guess you could say I love Minimarket. Hell, I should get sponsored by them, I'll be walking up and down the Village in SS-08 for a whole week!
Haha. Will remember to talk to them later.

So, no private updates here, I honestly have no time for it. Sorry.
Will tell all when time comes.
In the meantime,

stay well.