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In the last few days I have
been asked numerous times why I have changed my name by deed poll to Pixié De
It is a good question. The
answer is very simple.
It is because I am now
I understand how that may
come as a shock to some. And believe me, I did not take this decision lightly. I
hope to explain my reasons here.
Contrary to the rumours being
spread around Old Lar’s House, I am not suffering from the psychological disorder known as ‘Paris Syndrome’, or as I
now prefer to call it, ‘Syndrome de Paris’.
Syndrome de Paris, as Herr Doktor Alfred Ninetails Psy.D
explained to me whilst taking time out from his important research into Compulsive
Happiness Disorder at the esteemed Viennese Institute of Mental Cases, was
first noted in the French journal of psychiatry in 2004. Symptoms include acute
delusional states, hallucinations, derealisation, depersonalization, anxiety,
dizziness, tachycardia, diarrhoea, herpes, genital warts, intense pain,
profuse sweating, difficulty in breathing, loss of consciousness, violent
convulsions and, finally, death.
Japanese tourists are especially
susceptible to this disorder.
Doktor Ninetails, who
I first met when he was treating Naughty Nataly for
nymphomania as one of the conditions of her parole, went on the say that Japanese
magazines are primarily responsible for Syndrome de Paris by presenting an extraordinarily idealised image of Paris to the Japanese people. The populace are bombarded
with the idea that most citizens on the streets of Paris look like fashion models
and dress in high-fashion brands. When they eventually come to visit
the city, the disparity between their false expectations and the actual reality - combined
with other factors such as jet-lag, language differences, the price of a cup
of coffee and a glass of beer - lead to such a culture shock that Syndrome de
Paris rapidly sets in. Approximately twenty Japanese tourists a year still die
from this serious disorder despite President Nicky Sardonic assuring Emperor Hirohito
that procedures had been put in place to ensure that this would never happen
No. None of this has
anything to do with why I am now French.
The simple fact is that I
have noticed that I am spending more and more of my time in SL with people from
They have freely offered me love
and laughter, culture and beauty, imagination and creativity, friendship and support
in my SL endeavours. And to those people - tủtsy, Nitrō Firégῧậrd, Klῧte Cŏppōlᾶ,
Iȏnǒ Ǟllēn, Kᾶké Brœk, the beautiful Nǐmȅ, .::DǒL::. – and others whom I hope
will forgive me for not naming specifically, I announce my nationalisation as a
We also fondly remember the delightful
and talented Bisou who was sadly and suddenly taken from us only this week after being assassinated by a soldato of the Greek Mafia, the Costa Hubris.
And to all my French friends
I also say, please feel free to learn English in your own time and at your own pace.