Our Crack Little Crack
Diet Coke addictions, overdraft charges, damp patches (the ominous sort), pet insurance, shit in your keyboard, shit in the gap between the bench and the oven...
An Infinite, Private Game of Pointless
In younger days, Little Crack’s introspective moments were spent reliving recent humiliations
Little Crack doesn’t like fancy dress so we don’t do it. We don’t like discomfort, we don’t like inconvenience, we don’t like expensive plastic tat and we don’t like laboured ...
Real Ale Festival
Little Crack was at a real ale festival yesterday. Real ale festivals are no longer the preserve of Open University TV presenters.
The older Little Crack gets, the more we appreciate that people are more complicated than any one blunt, befuddled human mind could ever comprehend.
WHO would contact The Chronicle?
Who, in these days when social media is so ubiquitous that you can’t have capers in your tuna sandwich without someone expressing an opinion, WHO would contact The Chronicle t...
Filling in time before you die.
Some activities are just about filling in time before you die. Jigsaw puzzles. Golf. Binge drinking. Crafts. Running. These are the emperor’s new clothes of pastimes.
Here’s a pair of words that offend Little Crack like a cheesy belly button: Self-service. Self-service means ‘doing other people’s jobs for them.
Despite the monotony and the mindless conversations and the aborted ambition, there’s not much to dislike about office life.
Are you half of a performing couple? Invariably straight, these are the couples who insist on doing their ‘turn’ whenever they meet someone new.
The Drunken Idiot Generation
The UK is slowly shedding its obsession with booze. Young people’s falling incomes and the rising cost of alcohol are the reason apparently.
The Ongoing Stalemate Of Social Awkwardness
Little Crack is a key player in an ongoing stalemate of social awkwardness.
Little Crack Is Worried About Till Tat
Till Tat (not an official moniker) is the crap that you can pick up by the till in various shops and buy along with stuff that you actually wanted.