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Viktionary: Anamorphosis of Digital Lobotomy

Viktionary: Anamorphosis of Digital Lobotomy

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  • SAVO
  • United Kingdom
  • 10 Sep 2010, 00:09
I am sure there is a name for this and somehow your title doesn't seem to tell :s
vz-nostalgia: what does this ":s" suppose to represent, Savo? A disappointment? smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 10 Sep 2010, 02:39
"Pop", She said.
"You couldn't handle me if I did", He replied.

"Popp-eeeee, buy us a popsicle", cried the children.
"You'll all get Icecream Headaches if I do, He warned.
vz-nostalgia: I see your experience with her and the kids wasn't a very successful one, Ray. Let's see, if we can fix this during the next few Nostalgia posts. smile
vz-nostalgia: Sure is, if that is teh anamorphosis you choose to look through, Richard. smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 10 Sep 2010, 06:57
It may be bent Vik - but it's still got the stamina to stare you out & win every time!
vz-nostalgia: "Here's looking at you, kid." smile
Do you think Ingrid Bergman would still reply : "I wish I didn't love you so much". smile
The argument raged..

"You`re giving me a headache", he moaned.
"That`s just your point of view", she replied.
"It just doesn`t make sense, I don`t see what you mean", he sighed.
"Maybe you should just step back and see it from a different perspective. Look at it from my point of view - things aren`t always as they seem`, she said...
vz-nostalgia: And so he did. He stepped back and looked at her from a different perspective. She was standing up against the window. Soft sunlight was seeping through her white thin linen tonic. She was wearing nothing else. As if he saw this for the first time, he followed with his eyes teh contour of her curves.
"On, gosh...", he sighed, "Where have I been all these years? How have I failed to see this beauty all this time?".
  • Ti
  • United States
  • 10 Sep 2010, 14:14
A pre-infancy photo of yourself, Viktor?

That hairyness development long before you were born is such a scientific evidence here!! smile
vz-nostalgia: A scientific eveidence of what, Ti? smile
She says "Being different is
normal to me,
wired wrong I might be".
He says " That's what's exciting and so enticing".
She says "Use your vision and you will see,
something growing unconventionally"
He says "Mmmmmmm,thats what I like, pure poetry"smile
vz-nostalgia: Being different IS poetry, Ms. Linda, but only when being different is natural. smile So many people are afraid of being different, while the rest try everything they can to look different. Neither one is poetry. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 10 Sep 2010, 20:26
Your victionary contains the most difficult terms I don't understand (although having learnt classical Greek), but I recognize your plant you depicted in a slightly altered way- and I imagine a human being bending down - in an ambivalent habit: as expression of adoration, reverence, devotion, humility or dependence, chumming up to someone ...- I remember an old Jewish story: A child asked the Rabbi: "Why don't believe the people in God today?" The Rabbi answered: "Because they are not able to bend down." Who is bending down, may not look down upon other persons. I like this thought, but I know that the most people won't agree with such an opinion, and humility is rather an expression of weakness in their eyes!
vz-nostalgia: smile
Philine: ...although having learnt classical Greek.
VZ: I'm afraid classic Greek is not much help in understanding the language of Nostalgia, Ms. Philine. smile

Philine: ...humility is rather an expression of weakness in their eyes!
VZ: You know Ted Turner once said: "If I only had a little humility, I'd be perfect". smile I hope you know who Ted Turner is. If not, he's a self-made billionaire and humanitarian (he gave hundreds of millions of dollars to the United Nations), the founder of CNN, Turner Classic Movies Channel (TCM) and many other enterprises. He lives here in Atlanta, where the headquaters of CNN is.
  • iris
  • Hamburg
  • 11 Sep 2010, 22:49
Pure music this is. I can hear a beautiful line of notes written in bass clef smile
vz-nostalgia: Charles Mingus must be turning in his grave, Ms. Iris. smile
  • Sisi
  • Finland
  • 12 Sep 2010, 16:12
Why on earth I did not do my English lessons better but I did not know either that I will be roaming some day to the people like you here.
After Swedish, we got to learn German and then English and Latin, you can guess, I did not learn any of these languages properly, reading perhaps but especially listening by smiling is okay writing and speaking. . .
But I can say that I enjoy reading your exchanging words.
So, I am looking at this photo only as a serious biologist wink
vz-nostalgia: smile
Sisi: Why on earth I did not do my English lessons better...
VZ: Ah, I think I know why you didn't learn much English in your high school years, Ms. Sisi. Your teenage mind was full of thoughts about boys, not English modal verbs. smile

Sisi: I am looking at this photo only as a serious biologist.
VZ: Well, then me too. smile Unless you are not serious, but serial biologist. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 16 Sep 2010, 07:00
"I'm afraid classic Greek is not much help in understanding the language of Nostalgia"- on the one side you are absolutely right, of course, there are some kinds/levels of 'languages'- on the other side I believe I understand the word and the meaning of the term 'nost-algia' in a bit more essential-original way (combined with a wider background and some associations) than, perhaps, other persons- and perhaps I understand also better why yourself has chosen just this term for your blog?
Looks like it's poised to strike.
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