The days of no hat no play! 2000’s. End of the summer holidays. You’d hop in the car with mum, and drive to the closes sports store, to pick up some new runners/sneakers/kicks/shoes for school. For the sole reason being you had destroyed yours while being outside the whole summer. Wouldn’t read about it. By […]Read More Microwaved not fried
Dogs. The loving animal we make bizarre names for, talk in ridiculous voices to, only to make their head turn side to side for our own selfish enjoyment The same dog we throw the ball for, go for walks with, and try to keep fed and healthy And don’t forget, the same dog we clean […]Read More A Mans Best Friend
When we were kids, the word Amazon, simply reminded use of both one of the world largest rivers, where some of the most dangerous animals lived. Now, that same word represents something much scarier. Scares me in the sense that everywhere we turn, the word ‘Amazon’ continues to appear. But more terrifying and more destructive […]Read More What else can I eat?
We all love a holiday, but the thought of forking up a large sum of our pay slip, all at once, then having to live on two-minute noodles for the next fortnight, doesn’t sit well. We all have that one dream, where we walk on to a plane, sit there for a while, and walk […]Read More come fly with me
The title will make sense later, I promise. Anyway, now I’ve got your attention, I thought we’d talk about advertisement. When I think of an advertisement, I think of a product and price being displayed, with a voice over explaining or sort of shouting about the exclusive features that the product has to offer. How […]Read More The more you eat, the more you fart
Once upon a time, on my birthday, I would open a card from my Granny, who lived on the other side of the world, to find a cheque for £50. Yep, that’s right, a piece of paper with writing on it. This would then be taken to the bank and transferred to cash. And don’t […]Read More Paying with a Smile
For years now, the world has been glued to their phones. It feels like ever since Motorola hit the world with the flip phone, we have been more concerned about the little screen in our palm rather than the world around us. In fact, in 2016, us Australians spent a solid 10 hours and 24 minutes engaging […]Read More Overbearing Branding
Who remembers what it was like to be 7-years-old? I remember, whenever I wanted to build a Lego House, or build a Fortress/Cubby to mum’s frustration. I would dream of a double story fortress in the living room, that no one could enter without the magical password. I would get cracking. Taking the chairs from the […]Read More Bonnie and Clyde of Social Media?
The saying every child uttered under their breath to figure out the directions of a compass, or maybe it was just me. But of course, I told my little brother to Never Eat Soggy Weet-Bix while I poured the milk (with only 2% fat) over his 2 Weet-Bix around 10 years ago. We were living […]Read More Never Eat Soggy Weet-Bix
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