• Space Fiction

    Silence

    They say space is silent, but inside his helmet there was a whole universe of sounds. There was a gentle hiss of oxygen pump, rotation of ventilators, crackling radio. Live support components – heating, water supply, were accompanied by the…

  • Non-fiction

    Lessons from bad dates

    ‘Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn down your house, you can never tell.’ – Joan Crawford I want to share few examples of not very successful dates from the last century,…

  • Space Fiction

    Critical error

    His body was failing. All he could find was a butter knife. It would have to do. He clenched his jaw and pushed the blunt metal into his forearm, then moved the blade around until he hear a click and…

  • Non-fiction

    Dick Pic(k)

    I love dick pics. I hope you can sense sarcasm in this sentence, but however disgusting they may be, there are number of advantages of receiving them. I have a little collection to remind me never to try online dating…

  • Space Fiction

    The naked truth

    Nobody knew how she did it, yet Sister Angela’s embroidery was the best in the country, admired even in Vatican. Her works were bringing a handsome income to the convent, so they let her at it without any disturbance. She…

  • Uncategorized

    Irish Time Management

    What I love about Irish the most is their ability to take it easy, don’t sweat the small stuff, and have a craic, even under pressure. Sure-tomorrow-is-another-day was the main principle of how to enjoy the student life. A shining…