KillSwitch

KillSwitch

In this beautiful, inescapable age of social media, getting over someone has never been harder. Things like movies, songs, food and places you pass daily, already remind you of those fun times you had together (between crying in the bath on the phone to your mum) and the last thing you need is to see his face/name/new hair cut/drunken photos on Facebook…

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First roll of 120

First roll of 120

Last Christmas my dad gave me a couple of old cameras. He said he ‘knew a guy’, which meant they were ‘in good nick’ don’t you know. Anyway, due to a pretty busy few months, I found it hard to dedicate any time to this bellowed-beauty. This month meant I could finally get around to having a play with it…

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Why aren’t women funny?

Why aren’t women funny?

Women that really make me laugh are definitely few and far-between. Why is this? I am often hilarious, albeit accidentally, but as a profession? I can name more than 20 male comedians who make me laugh out loud regularly, but only 4 or 5 females come to mind?…

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A new camera a month for a year

A new camera a month for a year

For those of you who don’t know, every month since May (2012) I have been trawling eBay for an old analogue camera, limiting my purchase to £10. This has left me with 12 fully working analogue cameras before turning 25…

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Staring back for a change

Staring back for a change

Last weekend I went to London Zoo with the lovely Lucy. It’s rare to see these kinds of animals up close, even if you travel so I’ve heard, and I had the best time! There is a section inside the zoo where small monkeys run free all around you…

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Sentence of shame

Sentence of shame

I don’t like rule-breakers. Especially language-related rule-breakers. Why do some words get pardoned? Why do they get to be the exception (and make me feel stupid in front of Dave Martin during year 5’s spelling test)? Below I have put a selection of guilty words together into a SENTENCE OF SHAME. What rule do they […]

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1 man captivates 8 million

1 man captivates 8 million

Felix Baumgartner is a name millions of people now recognise since his record breaking jump, freefalling 23 miles from the outer edge of Earth’s atmosphere, live last Sunday. How often does this kind of record attempt happen? It’s the first I’ve witnessed in my lifetime. Am I impressed with the record break? Yes, along with […]

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