Who’s this?

Of course this blog was intended, but it ain’t easy to come up with a good blog name that doesn’t exist already. Thanks to my brother for coming up with this one. It’s a bit badass, isn’t it? I’m a rebel you know. A real one. (Ahum.)

You came to this page to find out if I’m interesting enough to follow or read, isn’t it? Well, I’d say I’m worth a try. On this blog, there are no limits. I’ve had a period of writing short stories, I write about dance and music and just everything I want to talk about. So far for the content of my blog. The best way to find out if it’s any good, is by reading it.

Perhaps you want to know more about me. I’m a Belgian girl, with red eyes. I like to make friends, whether it’s in real life or on the Internet. If I like something, or if something is going on in my life, I have a hard time not talking about it. Ballet, music and some other things are my all time passions.
But hell, if you’re looking for me, you should read this blog. It probably says more about me than this page!

Fanmail, questions, suggestions, whining, …, send it to noblogintended@hotmail.com.

The eye of NBI.

PS 1: The banner up above isย  made by The Indecisive Eejit. I’m eternally grateful!

PS 2: One of my best blog friends is Michael Cargill, who is very funny and creative. Here you can find his books for free. If you like me, you’ll like him for sure! His stories are great, so don’t hesitate to check them out (and his blog too).

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  1. Becoming Bitter

     /  December 4, 2011

    Google plus is this…

    Anyways, consider getting one! It’s better than facebook. Trust me on that one.

  2. interesting blog..

  3. I read that a bit quickly and somehow, in my brain, said ‘former Belgian girl’. You are still Belgian, right? I want to go to Belgium. Is it true that in Antwerp there is a restaurant that serves just cheese and gin? Cos if there is, I’m THERE.

    • Is there? God, I HAVE to find that place. Let me know if you ever go to Antwerp and take me with you to that restaurant!
      And yes, I’m still Belgian :).

  4. Are you on Twitter? If so, you’d be a great addition to my cyclops collection.

  5. Interesting blog. “I’ll be beck”

  6. That is one real good blog you have here… Cheers!!
    PS: Love the name of your blog!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  7. Just stumbled upon your blog and haha, I love it already! Keep blogging ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Le Clown

     /  September 23, 2012

    An email may I have, where I can invite you to A Clown on Fire?
    Le Clown

  9. Red eyes? What is this sorcery?!

    • No Blog Intended

       /  October 15, 2012

      If you look me on the eye, you’ll be haunted and following my blog ’til death…

  10. Please check this out for your nomination for a Liebster award ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. I’ve just been here for a few minutes, but, after reading your post about diaries, I’m absolutely following you from now own. You seem like someone I might become good friends with! ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’m Andrea, I’m 32 years old and I’m from Chile. Nice to meet you!

    My blog is at Dreamwidth, in case you wanna check it out: http://hiyokonojinsei.dreamwidth.org/

    Read you around! ;D

    • Hi there Andrea, I’m glad you found your way to my blog, and I’m even more pleased with the fact you like it! For now I’m a bit in a hurry, but as soon as I find the time I’ll visit your blog a bit more profoundly, I promise! And I’m looking forward to talk to you :).

  12. runningonsober

     /  August 24, 2013

    I just missed seeing your country while I did a quickie European tour in school. We visited Germany, Luxembourg, and France, but not Belgium. Unfortunately. All of the red eyes may have been unnerving, though I would have enjoyed waffles and word jugglers. I could probably see you from Luxembourg though from the tour bus window. We have larger cities in my state of Texas than that entire country.
    Wearing mascara today!

    • Yay for the mascara!
      Well, it’s a pity you came so close without visiting something here… However small we are, we do have a few very nice historic cities, and Antwerp is a great place for shopping. Next to that we have very unique French frites ‘restaurants’ (frites are the best), the ultimate chocolate and so many different beers I don’t even dare to count them.

      Plus: name a country as small and cute as ours ;). (I start to sound as if I want everyone to spend all their money on a trip to Belgium… Maybe you’d be so disappointed…!)

  13. thegeekyg4mer

     /  September 4, 2013

    You around?

  14. Just leaving you a message because Michael Cargill contacted me for a book review and he mentioned your blog and that you also live in Belgium just like me (I could talk Flemish to you but then other people would probably be confused…)
    So, yeah, hi and nice to meet you. I love connecting with other bloggers from Belgium!

    Have a great week!


    • Hi, great to meet another Belgian! I’ll be checking out your blog in a sec. Which book by Michael did you read?

      • I’m going to read Saying Goodbye to Warsaw once it arrived. He ordered it today from Amazon for me. It’s not my usual genre but it sounds like a good read. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • I’m reading it now! Though I haven’t had the time for a few days because I’m so busy… I could relate a whole lot to Abigail, so that’s cool :).
        I liked his three short stories a whole lot as well. Different from what you usually get.
        Have fun reading! ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Nominated you for the Sunshine Award! You are one of the rays of sunlight in my blogging community ๐Ÿ˜‰

  16. The Dancing Rider

     /  December 31, 2013

    Came here thru RO’s blog. Will visit again! ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Really great blog.

  18. Once again.. you have been nominated!! Versatile blogger award! Check out the details in this post: http://allroundgirl1.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/7-things/

  19. Love the name, the blog, and what I’ve read so far. Looking forward to reading more!

  20. I was so very, very intrigued by your intimate knowledge of the protection-blanket-rules-against-monsters … I just had to visit ๐Ÿ™‚
    Looking forward to more!

  21. Very interesting. Very peculiar. I likes! And the name is just the cherry on top!

  22. Hey you.
    Long time no hear. Hope all is well in whatever part of the world you’re in.

    • Hey Guapo! It’s been ages, I’m sorry for the late reply, I hope you’re still around…
      All is fine here, I’ve just been very busy with school and life in general – but in a good way! How are you? How’s life?

      • Living the dream! As long as the dream includes getting laid off, finding a not so good replacement job but at least getting to ride my motorcycle to work when the weather cooperates, and other assorted problems.

        What part of the world are you in these days?

      • Oh dear, what a life! But the motorcycle part sounds very good. Keep that up! ๐Ÿ˜‰
        I’m currently in my very own country, but soon I am leaving for Latin America ๐Ÿ˜€

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