I'm currently looking for a flat in London. It's amazing how many descriptions initially sound like the perfect flat for me, only to end with 'sorry, females only'. It's made me start to resent my willy.
Do you ever feel a twinge of nostalgia for the days when the poor where kept entirely separate from the fortunate? Those hazy days when social distinctions were concrete and absolute? Well then, you may want to consider visiting Alton Towers.
You may have seen the trailer for the upcoming prequel of The Planet of the Apes, the snappily-titled Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Well, I've been lucky enough to be invited to an imaginary preview screening. Here's my review.
One lonely Valentines night a few years ago, I was looking through my Mum's magazines. As you do. I came across a countdown: Stella's Top 12 Love Spells. "Brilliant!" I thought, "what better way to find true love than to harness supernatural powers to violate the free will of others!
I've got a busy week ahead of me, so I'm shirking off Flat Cap duty. Bloggage will resume on the 20th of June.
According to a recent article in New Scientist, researchers in Atlanta are devising a method that will enable divers to communicate with dolphins. Am I the only person that thinks this is a terrible idea?
Yesterday I was stuck in traffic on the A63 dual carriageway. Police had ground us to a halt. A man on a bridge in front was threatening to jump off, and police were trying to talk him down. The response of drivers around me? ‘I hope he hurries up and does it.’ For a site […]
I have always been fascinated by Ernest Hemingway's shortest short story. Its six words are the title of this piece. What I like is that it gives a narrow peek into an entire life, one which we can only use our imaginations to flesh out. It's this same voyeurism that has led me to waste a number of hours on Craigslist.
A collaboration between myself and the lovely Lee Rule.