Having read the ‘Epic of Gilgamesh’ for my English degree, when my Mother proposed going for dinner at this swanky Pan – Asian restaurant situated in the heart of Camden Stables Market, I was intrigued. 336 more words
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But until the end comes,
Enjoy your life.
Spend it in happiness, not despair.
Savour your food.
Make each of your days a delight.
Bathe and anoint yourself. 147 more words
“Lady Ragalska and the Six Thousand Years”
When I was in high school, a friend of mine, Aristotle Bean, hung around in the hallways and chanted this rhyme as the girls walked by: “I was born in the jungle with my dick in my hand. 2,427 more words
The 19th century was a wake-up time for the Established Church of England, now at a crossroads largely forced upon them by external forces. Its traditional power base was eroding as the state increasingly took over its assumed fiefdom; in the 1837 Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths Act, for instance, its moves into education, parochial governance and poor relief. 691 more words