I’m writing this as an impromptu response to a Guardian comment (scrolling through them is my favourite past time, it’s like watching middle class Jeremy Kyle) because I couldn’t remember my password to login and reply on the website. And I didn’t want to become one of the people I spend so much of my … Continue reading A Response to a Response, Posted on a Response to Reponses
I’m back again, after an unacceptable large period of silence, again. It’s the same old story here right now; shorthand is hard and painful, I’ve mastered the art of falling asleep within 2 minutes of sitting down (or standing) on the train to work, I spent my snow days manning my emails and writing out … Continue reading The Global Sausage Question: How Many Sausages Are Out There?
This is going to be a quick post. No rants, no long, meandering monologues that feature one or multiple lists of things I like or (more often) things that annoy me one way or another. I’ve just finished a day of work, an hour and a half of shorthand revision (it’s beginning to look less … Continue reading Avoiding Learning Shorthand With a Restaurant Review and a Recipe
First off; I’ll explain the reasoning for my (once again) unacceptably long absence on here. 1) we have a new kitten. His name is Mo (short for Mowgli, Moses or Mohammed? TBC), and if I don’t fulfil a quota of belly scratching and kicking a small squeaky light-up mouse around the room for him, I … Continue reading The Alternative Guide to 2018 Food Trends
Okay, Christmas is over; it’s 2018. Time to have a stretch, dust off the stale Christmas cake crumbs and Quality Street wrappers (I hate Quality Street but ’tis the season innit), break up my beloved routine of getting up late only to eat scraps of roast dinner and watch films before driving over to boy’s … Continue reading Heinz Salad Cream
Boy and I are in a feud that neither of us are prepared to back down on. The feud concerns Yorkshire puddings – a topic that, when in agreement, can bring two people together in a gravy-filled jacuzzi of union. When in disagreement, a topic that can leave a relationship in a sad, soggy mush … Continue reading On Being a Yorkshire Pudding Traditionalist (/Roast Dinner Snob)
It’s been an eventful couple of weeks in the Sloan household, hence the lack of activity on the blog. On the one end of the good news/bad news scale, I somehow managed to bag a two-year apprenticeship at The Telegraph starting in January (!!!!); I’ll be working in all departments within the lifestyle section, helping … Continue reading Things You Learn After Living With a Cat You Think Hates You