Monthly Archives: June 2010

Review: The House on the Strand

    I just finished reading The House on the Strand by Daphne Du Maurier. It is the story of Dick Young, an aimless ex publisher who is holidaying in Cornwall in his friend’s house with his wife, Vita and two … Continue reading

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bourbons

    Bourbons are overrated. They’re brown, but have clearly never been closer than bargepole distance to chocolate. Because of this I consider them to be deceitful and untrustworthy. On top of that they are proud, one of the most annoying … Continue reading

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The rarities of life…

…when the toilet seat stays stationary. It’s that time of year again when university students return to the nest, oddly both my brothers returned home today and yet we were only expecting the one, jackpot I suppose is the useful … Continue reading

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When that madness possesses us!

    Like many people I like to think that I remain admirably calm and collected during a crisis. I didn’t start panicking, for example, when my mum crashed my side of the car, (as in the side I was sitting … Continue reading

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