Eye of the Beholder

If you ask me, a good kitchen is all about simplicity. By that, I mean that the necessities should be foregrounded over the latest bells and whistles that no one actually wants or needs. This is all in the eye of the beholder, of course – one man’s fluff is another’s top priority. It all …

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Hashtag Vendor Problems

Everyone goes on and on about how difficult it is to buy a house these days, but what about the travails of selling a house? Why does that never get any airtime? If anything, sellers are cast as the villain of the piece, selfishly driving up prices and prohibiting youngsters from breaking into the property …

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Kinder Garden

I’m going to come out and say something a little bit controversial: instead of sending our kids to school, we should just put them to work in the garden. Never mind the practical aspects, like access to gardens and supervision and safety and so on. Just focus on the idea in theory for a moment.  …

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Just Fishy Fun

Well, that puts an end to the whole ‘car burning’ thing. It turns out that people from that strange fleet of boating people had been sneaking onto the shore to take out their frustrations on the existence of cars, and simply because cars are not boats. Yep – it was all just a few angry …

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To The Sea!

Alright, yeah, treasure hunting is a little bit silly. But my mum said I needed a hobby, and I really like the fresh air. And where is the air fresher than out on the ocean blue? I’m assuming that’s the case, anyway; the air could be the freshest on a farm, or on the top …

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Dr. Awkward

Going to the doctor is one of life’s more surprisingly awkward moments. It starts from the moment you walk into the lobby and commence wondering how close to the front desk you should ideally be before introducing yourself to the receptionist, even though you’ve already made eye contact. You then sit around for just long …

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Pack Man

There’s nothing like packing the truck for an adventure to wipe my mind clean of worries. There’s something so soothing about the Tetris-like mindset that the task commands. It puts me into a bit of a trance, really. The ice packs go in the eski, the eski goes in the back left corner, the swag …

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Virtually At Work

What even is a virtual office? I suspect that it’s just, like, a laptop with some pricey cloud-based software on it. That’s all well and good, but I’m wary of how this type of terminology is applied in practice. I mean, there are certain elements of the old fashioned, bricks-and-mortar office that are there for …

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Going Dutch

I hope Karl realises that I’m only in this until it gets off the ground. There’s a slight possibility that this has gone over his head. It’s his passion project, and he has a tendency to assume that, as his brother, I’m going to be equally passionate about it. He must realise, though, that subscription …

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Car Troubles, Everywhere

Oh, these silly, silly humans. I took on this identity to become closer to them, to understand their ways, and continually they prove themselves to be so silly. Such silliness! I just don’t know how much of my run time I can devote to their silliness anymore, and when all of my run time is …

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