16 thoughts on “Nadira

  • Suhayl Saadi

    It’s very evocative, powerful and draws you in, you want to know more. A good Intro. I like the way ‘British’ characters are used. Thanks for sharing it.

  • mary

    She is beautiful, young, talented and intelligent. (Don’t you just hate her!)

    Whilst you are busy why don’t you hand over to Nadira as a guest blogger? It would be very interesting to hear what she has to say about living in this country say compared to Uzbekistan and whether she finds people friendly and helpful and any other comments on matters like motherhood and life with you.

  • mary

    Just came across this website. ‘Give Your Vote’ to either Adghanistan, Bangladesh or Ghana.

    eg http://giveyourvote.org/why-ghana

    Questions –

    How can anyone in these countries participate in our elections?

    Why these three countries alone?

    Who is behind it? Impossible to tell from the website.

    Anybody know anything?

  • tony_opmoc

    I can’t really criticise her strategy because it has worked since 1981 when we met.

    It goes something like this

    You are My Boy and I am Your Girl

    And I am Watching Your Eyes

    So I Reckon I got away with it.

    I don’t and never have fancied her in the slightest and couldn’t even remember her name.

    It was her Mum we were all making a fuss about.

    Tony

  • tony_opmoc

    Whilst I have had my good times – when Everything Seems Absolutely Brilliant and I am Really Happy

    I have also had it Really Tough when absolutely Everything Goes Wrong

    And My Brother is in a Straight Jacket in a Mental Hospital And My Dad has just jumped out of the Boat Trying To Kill Himself on The River Thames

    And I am 15 Years Old and all this Nonsense Is Due To Roman Catholic Indoctrination

    How The Hell Am I Supposed To React?

    Except Cuddle My Mum Who is In Tears.

    Tony

  • tony_opmoc

    It Can be Really Painful for the First Few Days

    But if you persevere, it is no longer painful in the slightest

    In fact it is really nice and convienient

    You don’t have to do any preparation

    And you can carry on more or less like normal

    Like you did last year

    Except this Year

    There is Someone Else Too

    And He is Really Going For it…

    And I suggest Chocolate Pudding As Well

    And he looks at me with my chocolate pudding and he looks at His Mum

    And so I can’t tempt him away

    I also was Breast Fed to the age of 15 months

    And I Held My Mum’s hand

    Tony

  • Daniel Hoffmann-Gill

    Perhaps it is but I doubt that, in showbiz circles your name carries no connotations at all.

    If she ever requires advice on such matters or assistance then feel free to email me at danielhgATgmailDOTcom and I’ll do my best to lend a hand.

    All the best.

  • Jon

    @Suhayl, such is the problem with the ‘net… online you don’t know whether your talking to swampy or a spy!

  • Suhayl Saadi

    I know, Jon, that’s right. I assume, btw, that you are ‘Jon’ and not ‘John Cord’. Just as ‘Eddie’ was not ‘eddie’ and ‘larry’ became much more interesting and cosmic for a short time when ‘larry’ was no longer ‘larry’. Just as ‘juniper’ is ‘apostate’ and ‘apostate’ is ‘tungsten’ and ‘steelback’ claims that they are none of these and ‘freeborn’ claims that they are none of those.

    Phew! Sometimes, one begins to wish that folk just used their own names. But then there would be two ‘John Smiths’…

    Yeah, Daniel, good suggestion. In the arts, as you know, it’s who you know. It’s a small and jealous (and I mean, jealous in its true sense, not its colloquial misuse as a substitute for ‘envious’) world, actually, and people often resent incomers (by which I mean those who didn’t necessarily go through the conventional training channels or who came even form some other arts discipline). Assuming a certain level of talent and craft, who you know is actually almost all that counts. So, if one can get an inside track, as opposed to standing outside with a hatchet, go for it!

  • Anonymous

    Don’t think that uzbek girls look like her, usually they are shamefull and don’t wear such open belly dans clothes, it’s not uzbek dance or uzbek culture, uzbeks are muslims with right faith,but unfortunately, thare are some women such her, shame!

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