Blindcopy

October 25, 2009

Tell me why I don’t like Sundays.

Filed under: Uncategorized — blindcopy @ 12:08 pm

I don’t know. Everybody seems to be in a strange mood today – or maybe it’s just me. The weekend was way too short and on Sundays the madness starts all over again. Why does everything here in Dubai take so much time? Even after more than three years I just can’t get used to it. People, you make me crazy!

In this state of mind I had to enclose myself with disturbing things. I want to think about stuff, I want to immerse myself in stuff. For once I want things to be a little more complicated. I hope I don’t sound arrogant but I have to say: Dubai and its people are quite shallow sometimes.

This would be the perfect day to visit an exhibition. For now I have to settle with the internet, where I came across Gregory Crewdson’s pictures.

(All images via Luhring Augustine Gallery.)

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2 Comments »

  1. Yearning for culture and intellectual stimulation could never pass ass arrogance, darling!
    you just want something more than Grazia and this is wonderful. Just because we live here doesnt mean we are equal to everybody else and they sadly are shallow. which is ok, its their life, but for us, it gets boring and limited with time.

    what to do?
    but never arrogant 😉
    i really like you having a blog!

    the 3rd and 4th images are amazing.

    Comment by Kelly — October 25, 2009 @ 12:24 pm

    • Thank you! Mwuah*

      Comment by japankazu — October 25, 2009 @ 12:50 pm


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