Well, you know what they say: ‘Whatever has an advantage also has a disadvantage’? Pretence, as fine an art as it is, isn’t any different. Sometimes you’re not so sure something will work. Scientists call it Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, but here we’ll call it the impedance to pretence. Now, let’s go on to look into some factors that could curtail or impede the workability coefficient of The Fine Art of Pretence.
I have met a lot of stupid people, but none worse than those who either don’t know how to conceal their knowledge and emotions or haven’t learnt how to flaunt it at the right time. These two groups of people are, to me, some of the worst human beings on the circle of the earth. Here’s the reason
Turning the Other Cheek: A Closer Look The idea behind turning the other cheek, a religious injunction that has gained secular popularity, albeit in a derogatory sense, is to let someone go as far as they wish if they want to hurt or deprive you. That is, to let them exhaust their sinister intentions, or… Continue reading The Fine Art Of Pretence II
I hate pretence! I dunno how to pretend; I like to speak my mind! Why should I pretend? Who wants to kill me? There is freedom of speech! I will say it as it is! All right, cool down. Just in case you would like to know, this title was chosen because the writer has… Continue reading The Fine Art of Pretence- I