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A Sort of Non-Gravitational Super-Consciousness

During a recent bout of sickness, I spent seven hours watching Killing Eve on BBC America, which means I also saw at least 30 rounds of commercials advertising the same four things: the May Maytag Sale (though May is over), some slim laptop championed by a fashion blogger, the overly sentimental promises of a mediocre hotel chain, and Microsoft AI’s partnership with Iconem—a startup that digitizes sites of cultural heritage. 954 more words


Canary Wharf cruising

This morning, in the toilets just inside Canary Wharf tube station, two suits by the urinals.

One is short and ginger, almost a dwarf. But he has a hard and thick cock. 133 more words


London - Day One: Kensington, The Tube, Jack the Ripper, and Haunted London

Today was designated for developing our London navigation skills. A small town girl at heart, growing up in a rural village of 2,500, I can easily become overwhelmed in large cities. 664 more words


The Tube in my eyes...

These drawings I sketched while living in London and all of them were done while traveling on the all impressive Tube (I ended up making new friends with a few people looking over my shoulder, bored) basically these characters have been influenced by real people and scenarios that I encountered in my day to day life in London… trust me, I was never short of interesting characters as London is full of them! 659 more words


Travels On The Tube 3: 3/04/18 Part 3

The best station, in my opinion, to see central London from without exiting it; the diagonal “Inclinator” and a station to hear football fans chanting from. 263 more words


"Mind The Gap!" ~ The veins of London

I LOVE London! and one of the main things I love is the amazing Underground or “The Tube” with its 402km winding network of tracks… 455 more words