I don’t know!

This week’s challenge at Dude Write is to tell an embarrassing true story, but keep it under 1500 characters. That’s around 200-300 words. Damnit, but I like my words! Anyways, here we go: I moved to Denmark from Ukraine at the age of 14. I spoke no Danish at the time, because Russian and Danish languages are a bit different. Shocking, I know. I did learn one phrase though. That phrase was “Det ved jeg […]


Australian Amusements

You must be tired of hearing that I went to Australia, so I won’t be telling you more about how I went to Australia. Although, when I did go to Australia, just two short months ago, I came across a couple of curious signs and things I found amusing. These I now share with you, in the form of screen-rendered visual representations. I think regular folks call these “photos”.         Do you […]


9 types of people I unfollow on Twitter

I’ve been doing some major Twitter cleaning in the past few days. It’s not over yet, but I’m getting there. Let me make one thing clear from the get-go: I am not Mother Teresa of Twitter. First of all, that’s not even a thing that exists. Secondly, this didn’t make anything clear at all. What I’m trying to say is this: I am not better than you on Twitter. Maybe a lot worse. I may […]


Let me be your motivational poster!

Motivational posters! Everyone knows them, two people love them. They’re there to pick us up when we’re down, to remind us what’s important, and to breed countless repetitive Facebook status updates! Motivational posters are shortcuts to happiness, which makes them exactly like my blog. This is why¬†today I’m entering the lucrative motivational poster industry. I believe your favourite classic posters can be tweaked to send a better, sharper, more contemporary message. I am here to […]


Flash Fiction: “Not ready…”

A new Flash Fiction challenge at Dude Write is open. This is my submission. As always, 500 words maximum. This month’s prompt: She ran through the forest, ignoring the scrapes left on her exposed arms by the tree branches, the chilling air that sneaked through her thin dress and under her skin, the pain in her tired legs. She ran to get away as far as she could, to find a place to hide, to […]