I replaced sugar, masturbation, and serial killing with writing. Here's my journey.

'This is not the place for the those who like reading. Nor is it a place for those who do'

King Constantine I,

“The Constantine Gardener” by William Florist,

“In Bloom: Works of Florist” by Dick Mosthansom,
"False Quotes and People" by Stuart Cotterill.
May 31, 2017

soup de jour

Please note, Soupe du Jour is now closed. Time Out Food & Drink editors, Feb 2016. Eating here – or more commonly, taking the soup away – is a simple, basic, and usually very satisfying experience. Five regular soups form the core of the offering, and while none is spectacular the ones we order are all of extremely high quality. The idea here is to let primary ingredients lead the way rather than trying to dress them up in fancy clothes. The carrot soup is sweet and creamy, tomato pleasantly sharp. If you’re really hungry and in need of warming from within, the chilli soup is meaty and well (but not aggressively) spiced. Guest soups are inconsistent, but the friendly, enthusiastic staff will give you a taste if you’re not sure what to order. Our only gripe here is that the seating is almost spectacularly uncomfortable. But the comfort you’ll be getting from the soup is ample compensation. And of course, seating is irrelevant if your soupy rendezvous is taking place al desko.
May 31, 2017

Travel my Face

It’s all well and good giving advice on various bits and pieces, but sometimes what you really need is a first person account of an experience to bring something to life. Travel stories give a certain realism to the dream of travelling and are full of inspirational lessons. We have loads of articles which offer just that in this section, so have a browse through and see through the eyes of people who have been fortunate enough to experience these amazing things and report back. Perhaps you’ve already been there and done it, and fancy having a go at story-telling? In which case, get in touch with us and pitch an idea for an article; we love reading about your experiences, and so do all our fans. < prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 … 12 next > Page 1 of 12 pages (118 results) How to Not Get Shot at the Korean Demilitarised Zone The Korean demilitarised zone is the potential front line for a new World War. This is what it was like to visit as a tourist from the South Korean side. Brazil Off the Beaten Track: Visiting Paraty and Ilha Grande Many travellers visit Brazil’s big cities – Rio and Sao Paulo – and miss out on its less bustling, more beautiful spots like Paraty and Ilha Grande. Can You Take a Gap Year at 17 Years Old? Backpacking and gap year travel is considered something for those aged 18+ only. How hard is it to go travelling if you’re 17 years old? The Big Interview: Amy Baker, Author of Miss-Adventures Amy Baker quit her job to go travelling across South America, and her story has now been published. We caught up with her to talk adventure. Exploring Iguassu Falls, South America’s Most Spectacular Natural Wonder Iguassu Falls is the biggest waterfall system in the world and a must-visit for anybody making the journey to either Brazil or Argentina. Interview: Cassie DePecol, the First Woman to Visit Every Country in the World Interview: Cassie DePecol is bidding to be the first documented woman to visit every country in the world, and the fastest person to ever do it. Where Our Writers Are Spending Christmas We spoke to some of our contributors about their experiences of spending the holidays travelling, and where they’ll be for Christmas this year. I Won’t Be Home for Christmas: What It’s Like Spending the Holidays Overseas Spending Christmas abroad while travelling can be tough, but it doesn’t need to be depressing. Make travelling at Christmas an opportunity. 7 Travel Epiphanies We’ve All Experienced When you travel you’ll often have small realisations or moments of epiphany that make you realise why you went backpacking in the first place. The Wonder of Hitchhiking in Iceland It’s considered by many to be dangerous, but hitchhiking in Iceland is part of the culture, and a perfect way to see this amazing country. < prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 … 12 next > Page […]
May 31, 2017

Gary Fucking Pudding

Hanley is the primary commercial centre. The four other towns are Burslem, Tunstall, Longton and Fenton. Stoke-on-Trent is the home of the pottery industry in England and is commonly known as the Potteries. Formerly a primarily industrial conurbation, it is now a centre for service industries and distribution centres.   Tunstall, Longton and Fenton. Stoke-on-Trent is the home of the pottery industry in England and is commonly known as the Potteries. Formerly a primarily industrial conurbation, it is now a centre for service industries and distribution centres.
May 29, 2017

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  • Lego Yaltz
    Before I came here my hands were real clammy. Every time I touch my cat it's fur would come to my hands and I am like monster. Now my cat does not visit me. Maybe he meow at door for someone to cure me. I don't know. I live on busy road. Now i come here and my hands are less clammy and the fur just falls off. my cat still not return. I buy new one and when old one return i kill.
    Lego Yaltz
  • marin osoli
    she says it is where i should go to get two gallons of whole milk but i don't know where to put the coupon to get the milk please help
    marin osoli
  • Luke Wackermin
    I am is well impressed with what he does when he puts the letters i use but then they different somehow i don't know what he does but it like he know somethin i don;t or what.
    Luke Wackermin
  • John Rackelmount
    I like most things I find on the internet but reading ain't one of them.
    John Rackelmount
    Boopins & Saint