Socrates is a Piss Head.

With alcohol, comes unexpected wisdom. You can find a surprising amount of knowledge in the corners of your mind which you never knew you had. You become absolved from the monotonous coma of mediocre life and join the intellectual and charismatic hea...

A GIG TO REMEMBER

I'm not usually one to go into detail about which band's I like, as I generally like a variety of music styles. However, after a trip to The Butterfly Cabinet in Newcastle on Saturday night, I realised I had to get the word out there. The Dunwe...

Bucket Lists

There's the age old saying of 'live everyday as if it's your last' and although I personally don't do this ( as sometimes it is simply to tempting to sit on the sofa catching up on all the neccessary television with a blanket a constant flow of food ...

Wikipedia

The recent Wikipedia ‘blackout’ alerted something in my mind the other day. I found about the ‘blackout’ the hard way, by trying to access Wikipedia only to realise that it wasn’t accessible. The reason I was trying to access Wikipedia was due to me ...

Tattoo acceptance in the workplace

How do you feel about being sent a take-away by a delivery boy with his mother’s name inked down his arm? Would you feel differently if it were a waiter in a Michelin star restaurant? I am of the party that argues it shouldn’t matter in the slightest...

One Day: Review

‎"Live each day as if it's your last", that was the conventional advice, but really, who had the energy for that? What if it rained or you felt a bit glandy? It...

New Years Eve 2011 film review.

Released in the UK: December 8th Director: Garry Marshall Writer: Katherine Fugate Genre: Romantic Comedy New Years Eve is the much anticipated follow up to the film ‘Valentine’s Day’ which was released in 2010. Both films follow the ‘6 d...