Bite me

Reading time: < 1 min Pop culture. Words used. Origin unknown. Meanings conferred. Brewed in the brain. Subtleties lost. Twisted timelines. Asian whispers. Playground offices. Stolen. Misused. Appropriated. Triggered disconnects. Global memes. Memories merging. Pasts colliding. A nip of this. Media unknown. Mix well. Pilfered accents. References mashed. A dash of that. Decades apart. Lifetimes passed. Fashion disregarded. Delivered without […]

Mission to Mars

Reading time: 3 mins My dearest loved ones, I’m writing to all of you in the hope that my words will bring some solace and help you adjust to what is about to happen. You all know how excited I was when they announced this project, you’ve all supported me and encouraged me to work hard to make it […]

Decluttering Tyler

Reading time: 2 mins I am not my job. I am not how much money I have in the bank. I am not the car I drive. I am not the contents of my wallet. I am not my fucking khakis. I am not the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world. (paraphrased from a movie we don’t talk about) […]

Review: Blogging the Rubicon

Reading time: 3 mins Caesar (yes, that one) instigated a war by crossing the river Rubicon, so when I heard that a new venture had opened, and taken its name from this historic act of war, my interest was piqued. Let’s see what Crossing the Rubicon had to offer. They had invited around 40 bloggers, of various shades of […]

When you don’t fit

Reading time: 3 mins Banged my head again. I wouldn’t mind so much but it was on the exact same spot on my head that I did it last time, and the time before that. I’m currently taping a wadded up towel round the sharp wooden edge of the entrance so I don’t do it again. Stupid walk-in cupboard. […]

Beneath our feet

Reading time: 4 mins Do you ever get one of those weird compulsions to do something that you would never do? Like wanting to jump in a river fully clothed, or eating an entire raw onion? It’s kinda hard to explain and most of the time I just ignore them but the other day one of them struck me […]