The Facebook mob mentality never ceases to amaze me. It took no time at all for the “nomination” technique to inundate my newsfeeds with people taking “no make up” selfies in support of Breast Cancer and even less time for the haters to grab their pitchforks. Continue reading
“Love thy neighbour”… unless they are psychotic. This year, I have moved into what is referred to as a “digs” in the student world with 3 of my best friends. Usually, a digs is distinguishable by its wild, joyous nature and one can expect noise, parties and very late nights from such accommodation. Continue reading
There is something extraordinary that overcomes the people I drive in my car. A kind of fear, mixed with apprehension, and a splash of mistrust. And it is starting to get mildly insulting. Continue reading
How many people have listened to the Summer hit, “Blurred Lines”, by Robin Thicke, or even just caught themselves humming it without any prompting, and thought to themselves: “I don’t know what the big who-ha is. There are definitely worse songs about very similar things and this one is wonderfully catchy”? Continue reading
I am all for sharing opinions. So much so that I believe most people will read that statement in conjunction with my previous blogs or in accordance with their knowledge of me as a human being and will eloquently think to themselves: “No shit, Sherlock”. Continue reading
It was today, after going to watch the latest “Hunger Games” with my friends (very good – worth a watch) that I realised how the world of movie-watching is accompanied by many very annoying habits. Continue reading
I am a firm believer in the idea that first impressions are not the be all and end all. I feel that as a species, humans can be harshly and somewhat unfairly judgmental.
This belief has its roots planted in my tendency to panic when I first meet people and appear to lack a mental filter. Continue reading