Foreword: I’ve had such fun with this post and all the ensuing chats with the lovely people of Gweek, and I am reliably informed that this pub is now under new ownership, and is being run by the best people … Continue reading
SWEARING ALERT: If you are sensitive to any particular arrangements of letters, don’t read the conversation bit at the end. If push came to shove I would identify as “feminist”, but I am very wary of some of the ways … Continue reading
UNIQUE. That’s a difficult one. If I’m honest, I’m with Chuck Palahniuk when he has Tyler Durden say, “You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake. You are the same decaying organic matter as everyone else, and we are all … Continue reading
We’re not a family that talks about love much. That doesn’t mean we don’t feel it – not at all – just that declarations of love can seem a bit insincere to our oh-so-British ears. This is particularly so when … Continue reading
This has been an interesting photo challenge. Interesting for me, that is, not you, my poor visitor. It can’t be very interesting for you to have to sit through people-you-don’t-know’s years. Especially since people tend only to take photos of … Continue reading
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