Monthly Archives: November 2014

Matilda by Roald Dahl

Matilda is, perhaps, one of Roald Dahl’s most well regarded novels. It tells the story of the titular Matilda and her rather troublesome life. It is, at its heart, a children’s novel, but it’s one which I think can still … Continue reading

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The Obvious Sexism of #NotAllMen

I haven’t written anything feminist-based in a while but I’ve been wanting too, and today I was thinking about the #NotAllMen line of argument and how it really is quite ridiculous; I thought of an excellent comparison, but first, I’ll … Continue reading

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Compliment Book

Earlier this year, I started making arrangements for my birthday party. Rather sillyly I got a little over excited and started planning to see all of my friends when, really, very few of them could make it. Among the people … Continue reading

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Sonic Heroes

With two solid 3D Sonic games made so far, it was only natural for the series to continue in this new style. Sadly, however, the high quality of the two Sonic Adventure tites wouldn’t carry over into Sonic’s third 3D … Continue reading

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Sonic Adventure 2

With Sonic Adventure being really good, it was only natural that it’d be followed up with a sequel. Most significant about this game is probably the fact that it introduces us to the character of Shadow the Hedgehog. Shadow is … Continue reading

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Sonic Adventure

Sonic Adventure is the first fully 3D game in the Sonic series and it certainly did very well with the transition. It’s a well-rounded game with a variety of play styles, an exciting storyline and a beautiful soundtrack which really … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

I’m sure everybody knows this story. Not only is it one of the most popular Shakespeare plays, but also one of the best known love stories from throughout all of history. Romeo and Juliet themselves are thought of as the … Continue reading

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Finger Puppet Pornography Show

Four weeks ago I started as an unpaid ‘General Administrator’ at The Job Centre Plus in Chippenham. This is only a temporary work experience thing and I’ll be leaving in three weeks, but I enjoy doing it quite a lot. … Continue reading

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Peter Capaldi’s Incredible Twelfth Doctor

This isn’t the kind of blog entry that I usually write but with the latest series of Doctor Who just having finished on Saturday, I thought this might be the perfect time to talk about how much I like Peter … Continue reading

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Pokémon LeafGreen Version and Pokémon FireRed Version

By 2004 the Pokémon series was still going strong. However, when compared to the most recent instalments, the originals were starting to look a little outdated; the graphics were greatly inferior and a lot of features present in later games … Continue reading

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