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Body double

Carlos obligingly lent his support, and his scissor-shaped fingers, to stand in the spot where the no. 2 of the Mistake Factory would soon cut the ribbon, marking the official opening of the Innovation Hub (four laptops and a rack of hard drives blinking away with blind enthusiasm). 35 more words

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2016 Vote for Me Me Me National Portrait Awards

It’s the same every couple of years. The Big Electoral Portrait Awards.
I have always found it highly irritating.

Until this year.

Now that my Richard is up, I am totally biased. 170 more words

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Delightful annihilation

I have always been shit-scared of the end of the world.
I can’t help but feel that there is a definite aftertaste of rain-on-your-parade to your average armageddon. 42 more words

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On the tear

Unlike the hysterically happy beardy guy who was only too glad to promote the delights of beer guzzling at 9.30 AM as I was walking in to work this morning, Mr. 133 more words

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Heart-worming tradition

For as long as he could remember, Johnny had been serving his signature dish of ham, sand worms and Brussels sprouts to his admittedly small gathering of family and friends on Christmas day. 114 more words

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Edfest Day 23: Jesus, a Robot and an Internationally Ignored Transgender Rockstar

Oh that horrifying moment when you see your bus at your stop on the horizon and no matter how much running and arm flailing is done, you just know you’re not going to catch it. 945 more words

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