Christmas carols are sneaking their way into our shopping centres and it’s not even December! Which means that 2018 will come around faster than I’m ready for it. … More 2018 Plans & Dreams: PhD and a New Country?
Yes Mr. Trump, “leadership” is a real thing, and it’s a real awesome and empowering thing. … More WTF is Leadership?
Important note: This post contains a huge amount of poo talk, shit loads of it actually. It’s not for the faint hearted. If you’re someone that dry retches at the thought of someone else taking a dump, or prefers to keep your poo stories between you and your loo, then now might be a good time … More Talkin’ Shit
Oh dear, here we go, my mother has finally read my filthy words and knows I’m no longer perfect… … More When Your Mum Reads Your X Rated Stories
Your Facebook messenger is filled with notifications that you haven’t got around to replying to yet, your next three weekends are booked up with birthday, engagement and ‘any excuse’ parties, your alarm is going off persistently to remind you to get off your arse and go to the gym, you’re trying to secure a date, catch up … More Why can’t you turn your life onto Aeroplane mode?
Your first kiss, your first blowjob, your first fart, your first contraception scare, your first awkward utterance of ‘I think I kinda maybe love you.’ … More First Love
Complete the waste challenge, pole dancing, Spanish, sunrises… see what else is on my list of things to do in 2017. … More 52 Things I Want to Do In 2017
Casey Neistat Quit Daily Vlogging and the internet is freaking out. Here’s my response and thoughts on the future of YouTube an daily vlogging. … More The Future Of Vlogging: NEISTAT QUITS THE VLOG
Ever get sick of people asking you what you’re going to do after university? And do you especially get sick of their reaction when you tell them? Here’s how I react…. … More I Don’t Know What I Want To Do After University: And I’m OK With That
So I watched ‘Before The Flood’ and I’m not exactly impressed. Find out why … More I’m Not A Fan Of Leonardo DiCaprio: A Critique of ‘Before The Flood’