And he sat there, with all the worry in the world.
Silence and noise all at once.
He sat there thinking…
“What shall I have for lunch?”
According to madeupstatisticsforScribelbySyd.com, there’s a 98.33333% chance that you have been in / experienced a dwall or have lost a loved (or hated) one momentarily to this phenomena.
Dwaal is actually a word
stolen borrowed from Afrikaans and is used for the following: Continue reading “Dwaal”
I’ve never really liked the phrase ‘pet peeve’, but it is what it is. You know what I really just can’t stand?
Hear me out. (That’s right, a bit of a personal article for a change, but don’t get too comfy). Continue reading “My Pet Peeve”
So now we are past the voting stage. Here are some types of the electorate I have seen around, in person, or on social media.
Just some observations… Continue reading “7 Types of Voters you will come across on Election day”
So there is a General Election (GE) approaching very quickly, here in the UK.
It’s not a matter of immediate change. Let’s be honest, nothing will change your day-to-day routine from the second that a party is elected, or at least I hope not.
But eventually… changes will come, even if they are minuscule.
For better or for worse? Only time will tell.
The reason I call it an endless electoral cycle; apart from the bleedin’ obvious, is that once a party
Wohoo! has been in power for some time… a couple of terms, they always seem to F**** it up, one way or another. (I’m gonna get ya’, get ya’, get ya’, get ya’)
It’s not necessarily a bad thing, this cycle. If we break it, we won’t move forwards (or backwards), but at least we won’t be standing still eh? I hope.
Change is good.
Here’s a little true story for you.
So a few months back, I visited the barbers. A pretty normal thing to do.
There was an immensely long queue of people before me and so was there for a good couple of hours, pretty normal once again.
Before we get started..
Disclaimer: Do not expect humour here.
I know I’m massively late on writing about something like this but I had to make sure that it was fully mainstream before I tackled it.
Let me give you guys a quick overview of what exactly this is.
Macmillan’s new campaign has truly gone viral with celebrities getting involved as well as your average Jack. The challenge is simple really. One person gets a bucket of ice-cold water poured onto them in exchange for a donation to charity and another records them and uploads the video to the net. Continue reading “Article 66 – My Thoughts on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge”