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Warning: This article contains some very necessary swearing.
Warning: This article contains some very necessary swearing. I’m glad ‘Fleabag’ has finished on BBC 2.
Fast Food Outlet Trivia
After my incredible revelations about the fast food outlet I attended last week (those revelations in full: a pizza place had spelled “Triple” incorrectly on one of their prom...
10 Items Or Fewer
I once told somebody working on the checkout in Morrisons that the sign above her till should read “10 items or fewer” and not “10 items or less” as “less” was grammatically i...
Attention women! Have you ever had sex with a dog? I only ask because I read an article last week that was headlined: ‘Dogpilling: the online theory that women are rejecting m...
I like to think of myself as a deep thinker. This week I’ve been considering the plight of cavemen and what on earth they did for fun in the evenings.
The Worst Song Ever Made
As I sat down to write this the worst song ever made came on the radio: The Killers’ ‘All These Things That I’ve Done’.
I don’t usually speak ill of the dead
I don’t usually speak ill of the dead, particularly when they’re barely cold on the slab, but what’s with all the fawning coverage of the fat-shaming, women-hating Karl Lagerf...
A Startling Fact
I learned a startling fact a number of years ago (a quick google tells me that it was, in actual fact, 2007 – Christ!) and it’s plagued me ever since.
Lord Digby Jones
I heard an interview with Lord Digby Jones on the radio last week and he claimed that Brexit wouldn’t cost the UK “a single job”.
I. Do. Not. Like. Nature.
I had cause to go into the back garden the other day and that small patch of land seemed strangely unfamiliar to me.
When I find myself cast into an arena of despair, mentally speaking, I like to think about dying and disease, as well as starvation, violence, terrorism, war and the end of th...
With all of this Brexit kerfuffle taking place (I expect you’ve heard something about it) there are a few bits of government business going under the radar.
It’s beginning to look a lot like – STILL JANUARY
It’s beginning to look a lot like – STILL JANUARY. Boo! I miss Christmas!