The lovely people at Schleich believe that Dads are super heroes, and I am guessing that is why they chose to send me some more of their lovely action figures ahead of the release of the Suicide Squad movie. As you can see from the photos below, I think they look great standing on top… Read More Suicide Squad (Schleich action figures reviewed)
The following is a guest blog written by my great friend Dan Steel (aka @SteelyDan80) who is about to enter the terrifying world of fatherhood. Now I am 6 months in, I thought it would be interesting to share his thoughts on here as he is about to join me in the world of “Tired… Read More “B-Day imminent…”
This morning I learnt that when the air temperature exceeds 24 degrees, coconut oil turns from a solid to a liquid state. Based on this newly gained knowledge I can surmise that the wheels on Great Northern Rail services between Cambridge and London are made of coconut oil, as this would explain their complete failure… Read More Why do they make trains out of coconut oil!!!?
Every time I hear the name Theresa May I cannot help be think “Professional, Affordable”. A pretty good tag line for a Prime Minister… Then I realised why I have this reaction, she has been building a subliminal advertising campaign for the past decade… Remember this… Theresa May : Professional, Affordable Advertisements
Convince yourself that your baby has developed an incredibly advanced taste in music for his age by placing a small orange dinosaur on the turntable and sit back as he intently ‘listens’ to an entire album. Please note: other coloured dinosaurs are available, but I cannot vouch for their effectiveness. Advertisements
Right, first things first an admission. It is currently 4.37am as I write this, and I am fully aware that the quotation I have used in the title of the post doesn’t really make any sense in the context of what I am saying. However, it is way too early in the morning/late at night… Read More The Slings and Arrows of Outrageous Fortune
Today is exactly 100 years since the start of the battle of the Somme. A few years ago after reading the stunning first person account of life on the front line “Somme Mud” by EPF Lynch (which is highly recommended) I was inspired to compose a suite of music in a pretentious attempt to communicate the… Read More Music to remember the battle of the Somme