Naturally Flicking Gaiety

Where Was I


Leafed absentmindedly in a magazine when I was at the hairdresser yesterday. It's probably the only time that I read such magazines. A pure gossip newspaper surely the most part, invented or at least magnified many times over. Poor people must be exposed to all this publicity. What are their private lives? Absolutely nothing, it seemed that! Yes, you should be famous one must endure to become a butt of all kinds of arrows. And not to let the drill too deeply. But it was probably something that they learned over time. There are certainly those who find great pleasure in this, but also those who only know the press. I do not envy them!