Monthly Archives: May 2011

Are we there yet?

The Journey To The Centre of The Earth was the first “grown up” book I ever read at the age of eight years old. I don’t consider myself an especially precocious child reader, but my parents do: I don’t know … Continue reading

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“awkward moments of your life”

How good does Kirsten Dunst’s hair look in that weird Lars Von Trier Nazi-joke-video? I’ve not had any particular opinions on Kirsten Dunst since my childhood self was totally able to relate to her character in Jumanji (little brothers are … Continue reading

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What would a machine want with a lifetime supply of chocolate?

The stress of essays/exams/life in general is really getting to me right now. It’s having some rather unpleasant effects on my personality. I’m becoming a “bad egg” of Veruca Salt proportions. This is my list of demands! A nice holiday … Continue reading

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Time To Art

Perhaps it’s true what they say about how any old picture looks artistic if it was taken in black and white. Putting such a notion to the test, here are some pictures I took about a year and a half … Continue reading

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