Monthly Archives: November 2010

Doncamatic.

I had no idea that Daley, the British vocalist featured in this new Gorillaz track, was a guy. The reception to this new song was split in our house but I think it’s a catchy, quality song by a ‘band’ … Continue reading

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Male Prima-Donna.

It had to happen eventually. Having spent the last couple of months immersing myself in the much maligned American version of The Office, I’m surprised that this bit of pop culture hasn’t spilled over into this blog. The Office occasionally … Continue reading

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The Deathly Hallows.

To much fanfare and expectation, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 came out yesterday. Regrettably, I didn’t attend a midnight screening and accordingly I wasn’t in a cinema filled with people dressed as Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. … Continue reading

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Capitalism in all its glory.

I don’t just fritter my time away viewing blogs and watching The Office in a noble effort to procrastinate. Give me something interesting and intellectual and I’ll appreciate it. A tutor that I had for Sociology last semester showed my … Continue reading

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Paint by fireworks.

Every once and a while, you see things that you wish you could do. Cool things that make you¬†reminisce¬†of childhood days. I saw this blogged on Tumblr, it’s an old Sony ad. It’s one of those things that makes me … Continue reading

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How to tell if your cat is plotting to kill you.

I like cats. But I’ve always been suspicious of them, the way they look at you nonchalantly through half-closed eyes, yawn lazily and roll around innocently at your feet. They must be up to something, right?

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Countdown to Summer Part 3.

For me, reading is a much-neglected activity between March and November. The ominous shadow that university course readings casts on those months relegates reading for pleasure to the ‘if I’ve got time’ basket, a basket that is usually packed to … Continue reading

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