I can be very ‘silly’ and ‘stoopid’ (with two Oos), or very ‘profound’ and ‘serious’.
I can’t predict whether you’ll find me dumb, or conceited. Or slightly neurotic.
Or occasionally self-centered.
Or unbelievably goofy.
It’s all conjecture… until you get to know me better.
(And I let very few people close enough for that to happen).

Here is what friends have to say about me:
“LOL @ shitcock x 2!” (Kiki Johnson)
“Who let you in here?” (M. Base-Alpha)


  1. Diana Kaygarodova says:

    Came across you on the Di6 Facebook page and then ended up over here. Lovely interview with Douglas and Miro!

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