Apologies for the delay in my latest blog, it has been a mad few weeks. I am currently sitting on a train going home for the end of the week before then staying in London for the weekend. It has been a pretty special few weeks. Last weekend I was in Paris with my girlfriend … Continue reading Why do French People eat snails? Because they don’t like fast food.
When catching the number 61 into Colchester town yesterday I sat near the back partly as I would be on there for a good 25 minutes, but also to listen to music on my own after a morning lecture. The bus soon filled up and a few stops before head street (the top of the … Continue reading What “bus” crossed the ocean? Columbus.
The Stoke-on-Trent by-election has gifted UKIP another opportunity to peddle the lie that they are in some way representing the interest of the British working class. It is laughable to suggest that the UK Independence Party can have some connection to the hard working British people as not only do they present policies that actively … Continue reading Politicians and nappies have one thing in common. They should both be changed regularly and for the same reason.
So I've been saving this for a rainy day. I haven't addressed the recent activity of Donald Trump and the subsequent reaction as I wanted to see how far things were going to go. Now however it feels right to comment on the news of Trumps travel ban as well as the demonstrations in America … Continue reading What airline does Donald Trump aspire to fly? Hair Force One!
A subject which has angered me to such a degree, I include it in this sentence with Donald Trump, ISIS and Piers Morgan. Being in my second year at university I feel I now have two years of experience when it comes to the UK's train system. Two years of highs and lows, seats and standing, … Continue reading It was my friends dream to be run over by a steam train. When it happened he was chuffed to bits.
The recession of 2007/08 seems like a long time ago now, but its impact is still felt. My dad has always used the cockney rhyming slang of 'merchant banker', I let you figure it out yourself. My opinion on banking as a profession has clearly been influenced with my experiences, not just from the recession … Continue reading Bankers never die. They just lose interest.