Why adults should (sometimes) read children’s books
If you agree that age doesn’t define who you are, you’re certainly not too old to read children’s literature.
02.2023 | Ingrid Wood
What are you talking about?
The English is a strange and wonderful thing. The most common cause for complaint is the number of different sounds
certain letter clusters seem to make in direct contradiction
01.2023 | Alistair Duff
Unconventional laws and where to find them
As many of us marvel at the coming of the digital age, consider just how much has changed over the course of a single
lifetime, even half a lifetime. We can be left feeling overwhelmed.
03.2022 | Alistair Duff
The funniest social media parodies
Whether we engage in order to feel more connected to one another and to family and friends living far away, to be updated
on the latest news,
11.2021 | Nicole Wills
The Scariest, creepiest, eeriest places in the world
No cheap thrills, here. No silly alleged ghost sightings, or exaggerated local legends, or commercialized rumours. Just
creepy, eerie and scary.
09.2021 | Jeff Ohlson
Raak wys to the rejuvenating power of slang
My two-year-old son calls his sandals his “scandals”. So does his five-year-old brother. And so do his parents, come to
think of it.
08.2021 | Carlos Amato
Tit for Tatt and the vampire bat
If you’re familiar with the expression “nice guys finish last” you’ve probably considered whether it’s true, and wondered if you should be meaner.
06.2021 | Jon Stilwell
Air-guitar, hobby horsing, bunny jumping, curling… there are tonnes of sports that do not get their due. If you are looking to
combine a love of white goods and extreme challenges, then Extreme Ironing may be for you.
04.2021 | Amanda Jones
Why the obsession with zombies?
What is a zombie anyway?
According to pop culture, a zombie is a reanimated corpse with an insatiable hunger for human flesh.
11.2020 | Athalie Russell
They may be badges of honour, scars of shame, compliments or insults – and they can only become stamps when seasoned by time.
06.2018 | Peter Dearlove
But like, you know, how did it take over the language?
We all use them… even though we are not specifically aware of doing so.
06.2018 | Peter Dearlove
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