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My name is Leonie, 27, student and absolutely in love with stories. In whatever shape they come: films, tv shows, books, games, comics or even good ol’ gossip. Anything that transports me into another world or makes me interested in learning more about different kinds of people is worth having a look at. That is why I’ve decided to start this blog. It’s a space to write about these stories, create fan theories, delve into conspiracies involving our favourite characters and spark our lovely readers’ curiosity. Other than that I spend my days working, learning languages and buying things which I don’t and will never need (I own a plastic panda that shits jellybeans and a shot glass with a compass at the bottom. Nuff said).
The question “If you could choose a decade to live in, which would it be?” is something I think a lot about. If I had to choose a decade, it would be a severely modified version of the 80s. Because the 80s had some great music, art, fashion and ideologies to offer. But I wouldn’t want to live without the medical advances of today (not those that we’ll have in the future, cause I’m terrified of A.I.s and nanobots and all that scary sci-fi robopocalypse stuff). Plus the social equality of all humans that we’ll hopefully have acheived in a decade not too far into the future. And a punk culture that won’t be reduced to the label ‘sub-culture’. Yeah, that would be the decade I’d like to live in.


Viktoria, 23, student. I never liked the name Viktoria precisely for the reasons my parents loved it: universal and common. Today, I am glad to have such an easy name that can be understood everywhere and even has a cameo in the NATO phonetic alphabet, the male version at least. Also, it means “conqueror” and no one conquers the hearts of fictional characters like I do. One of my obsessions is dogs – I love dogs. My four-legged companion is a 12-year-old Yorkie named Sunny and she literally is the sunshine in my life. When I’m not looking at my dog, I look at the screen: big screen, small screen, nothing under 480p though. Movies, TV shows, talk shows, podcasts – I love and consume them all. In between, I take breaks and write down short sketches, dialogues or general thoughts I have about stuff. Friends and family are important to me and I keep my relationships open, honest and full of references no one but me understands (with my friend Leonie often being the exception). If I had to choose one motto I live by, it would be “Not all those who wander are lost”, which is a passage from a poem in the first The Lord of the Rings book. I take it as motivation but also consolation and/or excuse when I’m struggling with plans for my future or finding the right address.

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