Monthly Archives: September 2010

A funny thing happened

A funny thing happened the other night. I was in a club (I don’t do clubs, but I was wearing a skirt, so everything was okay), when the man I was standing next to made a joke. Something about Jesus’s … Continue reading

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Eat this, not that

If I could click my heels three times and wish myself anywhere, it would be America. I’ve never been that bothered about travelling (although, as a Sagittarian, I’m supposed to love travel. And socks and pineapples and sunshine and rainbows … Continue reading

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Life in the slow lane

Yesterday evening, I was offered a backie by my friend, who has a lovely bike with a bell and a basket. Three thoughts sprung immediately to mind. The first was that it’s not 1985, so why in Christ’s name was … Continue reading

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It’s hard to tweet when you’re playing the maracas

I’ve got plenty to be grateful for. Big things (food, shelter, freedom). Medium things (a lovely job, brilliant friends, a nice flat). And lots of little things (free Sky, small feet, housemates who don’t like Paul Weller). So I don’t … Continue reading

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