Being on the Frontline of Covid-19 is Like Being Harry and Meghan

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I’m also quitting my family to spend more time with my job “Never turn your back on fear. It should always be in front of you, like a thing that might have to be killed”Hunter S. Thompson Rest assured when I say I’m not the kind of writer to use a feverishly paced, infectious sense … Continue reading Being on the Frontline of Covid-19 is Like Being Harry and Meghan

Is There Room for the Double Entendre in Modern Day Society?

It’s not as big as you think What’s rude, dirty and has been making people laugh for centuries? The double entendre. The double entendre has been slipping in and out of British culture since at least the 10th century. The first use of double entendres can be found in The Exeter Book, (circa 990 AD). … Continue reading Is There Room for the Double Entendre in Modern Day Society?

We Don’t Talk About Coronavirus Enough

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Never say c’rona virus, that’s how I contracted it I can’t believe all these viruses and bacteria can just invade my body willy nilly. Makes me sick. If I’m not writing, I’m sitting staring out the window. And if I’ve still got time to spare after all that lot, then I’m at my local psychiatric … Continue reading We Don’t Talk About Coronavirus Enough

Feminism vs. Toxic Masculinity

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A battle that doesn’t need to be fought Toxic masculinity is now a familiar term to many. Language is flexible but manipulative. As such, this term has come to mean different things to different people. I am not advocating for a draconian law with Orwellian thought police. My issue is when these differing opinions are ill-informed — … Continue reading Feminism vs. Toxic Masculinity

Self-Deprecating Humour Linked to Better Mental Health, No Joke

I wish I was smart enough to understand this Many of us assume self-deprecating humour is used as a smokescreen for insecurities. However, a study published in 2017 found that making yourself the butt of your own jokes demonstrates higher levels of contentment and self-assurance. I make loads of self-deprecating jokes, but I’m just not … Continue reading Self-Deprecating Humour Linked to Better Mental Health, No Joke

How to Live a Purposeful Life While the World Goes Down the Toilet

The importance of being kind in a world full of idiots In this technological age, we’ve never had so much access to news, pictures of peoples dinners and cat videos. However, our leaders are idiots. And the world is full of chaos. The Internet gives us a front-row seat to view the car-crash-reality TV show … Continue reading How to Live a Purposeful Life While the World Goes Down the Toilet