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We’d been to Kit Kat Club the Saturday before, and, after telling me we were absolutely going home together and convincing me to leave some of my clothes at his place, he got off his face on ecstasy and suddenly decided he wanted nothing more to do with me.In the meantime, he had actually introduced me as his girlfriend and asked what our rules were for the evening.I mean, how could a young, fairly attractive and relatively intelligent girl like me stay single in a city full of hot, interesting and like-minded people?Unfortunately, it didn’t take me long to realise that things weren’t going to go as smoothly as I had expected.Anyway, I’m looking forward to sharing all these fabulous encounters in even more excruciating detail.Stay tuned for a journey in the life of a desperately single Berliner trying to figure out the in and outs of this sex-obsessed city, one or two insane boys at a time.Even modern media has shown the exciting life and times of our brothers and sisters of the night as shows like Lost Girl heavily feature the love life of their Succubus protagonist.
The picture shows Gainsbourg, who plays Jo, the self-diagnosed nymphomaniac of the film's title, lying unconscious in an alley.Little did I know that I was entering a world made almost exclusively of dates serving as both first and last encounter, plenty of shattered hopes and – here comes the silver lining – pretty awesome sex. Anyway, I’ve learned a lot over the past few months.It’s been over six months now and I still haven’t won the game. And here’s tip number 1: don’t get indignant if you hear that the Berlin dating scene is insane. If you haven’t been greeted by a guy opening his apartment door with his balls hanging out, and a cock ring dangling between them, then how can you be sure that you’ve really lived? I’ve gone from almost falling in love upon first meeting a guy to having blind sex dates with people I met through Ok Cupid and knew nothing about.Two years after coming under fire at the Cannes Film Festival for his questionable comments regarding Nazis, it appears that filmmaker Lars Von Trier might be making quite the return.Montages (via The Playlist) reports that the “hardcore version” of Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac will be premiering at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.