The entire concept was completely ridiculous…it just might work.
Adam, I regret to inform you that at 1:19 in the AM of Thursday the 11th of March 2021 I made a grave error that will affect both of our lives forevermore.Continue reading “An Unfortunate Open Letter To My Love”
Age Range: 10+ | Number of Players: 3-7 | Game Time: 30 minutes
Recently, I’ve been lucky enough partner with the amazing team at Good Games Miranda to bring you all a few board game reviews. This time around they bestowed upon me 7 Wonders the board game. The minimum number of players is three and as much as we’d love to get our cats, Aang and Korra involved in the gameplay, they just don’t have the thumbs to hold up a hand of cards. So, we turned to Adam’s family and boy, did we have some fun! 10% DISCOUNT CODE INCLUDED…Continue reading “7 Wonders The Game”
Be me, doing my best emo kid impression (MCR tee, black jeans, skull earrings, blue hair, the lot) at Bunnings yesterday afternoon, faced with the unabated curiosity of a middle-aged white dude wearing a wife beater. The visit was for the sole purpose of finding materials to use to make Jester Lavorre and Fjord Stone costumes for the Oz Comic Con Pop-Up event this coming weekend.Continue reading “Bunnings And Cosplay And Middle-Aged Aussie Dudes…Oh My!”
This happened a few years back now but it still takes up space in my brain. It showed up today as a post in my Facebook memories so I thought I’d share. This is “How To Lose Your Job in 25 Easy Steps” by an absolute imbecile…Continue reading “How To Lose Your Job In 25 Easy Steps (But Not In The Way You Think)”
Please review the following experience and let me know whether you’re in agreeance that my idiot brain should be put down.
Hello, hello! Just a quick one today.
So, I had a few Facebook memories pop up recently that made me giggle. I thought I’d share them with you fine people.
If you needed further proof that taking the train to work in Sydney (pre-social distancing) can drive you slightly mad, these documented moments from 12 April 2016 should suffice.
Friends, I’m in need of some advice.
What do you do when you find yourself sitting in front of the TV every weekend, thinking about how you wished you’d get out and about more, then settling straight in for another 8 hours of the latest true crime doco series?
Winter. The bane of my existence. It is almost upon us and I am far from prepared.
Let’s quickly delve into a few reasons (there are so, so many) as to why I feel like Thanos really dicked things up by not including this foul season in his ‘sit down, be humble snap’.
Except when it doesn’t.
See below a blow by blow account of a winery tour the bf and I embarked on whilst gallivanting around Adelaide a while back.
I’ve posted this on Facebook in the past so if you’ve already read it, more power to you. If not, buckle up. You’re in for a wild, alcohol fueled journey through Adelaide’s wine region.
Oh, before you read any further, you should know that neither the bf or myself are avid wine drinkers. This tour was booked on a whim and we were flailing about trying to be prim and proper, upstanding members of society the whole time, to fit in with the crowd. We failed. Miserably. But it’s the thought that counts, right?
Anyway, without further ado, let the tour begin…
In the kitchen justice system, dishwasher based offenses are considered especially heinous.
In Sydney, Australia, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Special Kitchens Unit. These are their stories.
Welcome to the third installment of this blog. There will be many gifs. Prepare thyself.
Today we’ve been graced with some minor precipitation. It’s been raining and, true to form, I just slipped on the lip of the gutter as I stepped out to cross the road.
Welcome to my humble abode. Come in. Make yourself at home.
I’ll put the kettle on. We may be here a while.
What you’ll see below is my attempt at an introductory blog post. It’ll probably get weird. But whatever. That’s likely why you’re here. Continue reading “An Introduction of Sorts”