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Traffic, for Freedom

Well, all my friends are buying houses. As a discerning person, the only thing left to do is buy a home as well…um, somehow. You’d think working full-time and also …

Just Spooky Business

What did I say? We were in human class, having a wonderful lesson about the human hierarchy, how to refer to those of a different social standing to you and …

Suddenly, New Delhi

They say that you should consider a tattoo for at least a year before you have it applied to your skin. I respect that rule, but also think that you …

The Dying Light

For months now I’ve been suffering from a slight creative block. The show is coming along fine. I’d say the story is in the final stages of development, the characters …

Competitive Renovator

I’ve always had this competitive streak. In high school, I channelled it into smashing grades in every subject, including an additional maths unit that I wasn’t required to take for …

Justified Bird Punishment

They say that birds sing to attract mates, but seriously, do they expect us to believe that? There’s a gajillion birds in the world, all singing at the same time; …

Secret Frosted Paradise

Yesterday I discovered a whole new floor at my uni. So, that’s pretty exciting, because I was convinced that it only went up to the fifth floor and then boom. …

Just a Rust Heap

This internet thing is nice and all, but when are we going to be able to take physical possessions and store them in the cloud? It’s a new day! There’s …

The Ancestral Shrubbery

Ever since I moved out of home 15 years ago, my mum has been at me to plant a gardenia – something to do with my grandmother’s wedding bouquet, or …

More Cars, More!

Honestly, I think that British show about baking had another season left in it. It might have been a blatant and egregious rip-off of The Great Australian Trade-Off, and sort …