Popsa - Eastern Europe's sexiest music genre
In the Ukrainian night clubs, Russian buses and Belarusian shopping malls you can hear lively rhythm of popsa, Eastern Europe’s most popular music genre (usually songs are in Russian, more seldom in Ukrainian or Belarusian). Every second popsa hit is accompanied with the music movie where Slavic beauties are showing their sexy bodies and dancing … Czytaj dalej Popsa – Eastern Europe’s sexiest music genre →

When I firstly heard popsa, I compared it to the Polish disco polo, which I thought is a local, rather embarrassing phenomenon. Well, it’s not. Similarly to disco polo, Russian popsa has easy lyrics and music videos loaded with sex to the limit. What surprised me most was that all that stuff is taken seriously.. And you know what? I liked it.

i like this writer. he has good taste. i would totally be his friend.


Is there anyone here who speaks English? You speak English? My name is Alexandra Udinov, and I’d like to report a theft. […] What are they worth? What does that matter? They are Alexandrite studs in a 24-karat setting, worth more than your job. Is that enough for you to open a case, huh? How about this? They were given to me by my father on my 12th birthday. And if you know who I am, then you know who my father was, and you would know that the real worth of those earrings is priceless! Please write that down, priceless.

I firmly hold the belief that TV writers have fanfiction accounts.

You know for secretly writing out what they wanted to happen but the network didn’t want to see or testing out how the fan’s reactions would be.

It is a brilliant thing to do and it is good to know that that theory is getting more credibility as the months pass on.