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Small or far away

One of the best things about living in the UK is the comedy. As long as you’re on board with sarcasm and a certain pessimistic (or realistic, depending who you ask) outlook on things, British comedy is the best. 210 more words


tweets of the week - 11/16/14

Feminists: We need to fight negative stereotypes like women caring more about fashion than science. WHAT COMET? OMG, LOOK AT THAT SHIRT!!

— John Durant (@johndurant) …

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Pc Makes You Stoopid

A day in the far Western reaches of Europe

The concept of Ireland as a “destination” is perhaps somewhat of an obscure one to the British. Considered part of our little colony of islands by many, whilst retaining it’s sovereignty and distinct distance from the rest of the UK, it’s somewhere in-between a jaunt to Scotland/Wales and the rest of Europe. 1,139 more words


Line(s) of the Day #FatherTed

Father Dougal McGuire: I’ve never met a celebrity before.
Father Ted Crilly: You met the Pope.
Father Dougal McGuire: Did I?
Father Ted Crilly… 71 more words

Alex Raphael

Finished/cancelled TV shows

Last night was the last episode of a TV series that I like. It’s called Bad Education, for those who are not in the UK may not know of it but it’s a comedy which is set in a secondary school. 300 more words


The Seven Best Halloweeny Episodes of British Sitcoms

You know, watching horror movies is a fine Halloween tradition, especially if they’re bad ones. Halloween is meant to unify amusement and abominations into a unified whole, and what better way to do that then to laugh at something meant to horrify you? 1,538 more words


Going to America

A week on Sunday I’m going to America – I’ll be spending a month at the Yale Center for British Art to consult their impressive Blake (and related) collections, then a week and a half zipping around the East Coast to clock a few more Blake pictures and to visit some friends and family. 224 more words