Archive - February 2011

26th February 2011

I'd been quite happy with my Mazda MX-5 for quite a while. It was a good little car, I'd been lucky enough to buy it from one of our web design customers I managed to save £700 off the already-low asking price. read more

22nd February 2011

As the song says "You'll always find me in the kitchen at parties" read more

20th February 2011

If you're depressed buy some chocolate. Really depressed? Go buy yourself some new shoes or a top. Was buying a new car an indicator of the depth of my depression? read more

15th February 2011

One of my favourite films of all time is The Saint, starring Val Kilmer and Elisabeth Shue. read more

14th February 2011

What's a guy to do when presented with the opportunity to have some fun with an attractive blonde girl? read more

12th February 2011

Britain is turning into a nation of couch potatoes. It's official... read more

10th February 2011

Fawlty Towers usually relies on racial stereotyping, slapstick comedy and high farce for its laughter. There is some genuinely clever script-writing going on in there as well. read more

9th February 2011

In my life I've been lucky enough to have known some fantastic-looking and fantastically-talented people. read more

8th February 2011

My first experience of work was as a paperboy. I took over my brother's route, so it was kind of following in the family tradition. read more

5th February 2011

I've never been one for paying for comedy. Why should I when Britain is the home of so many great sit-coms? Through the decades we've had Fawlty Towers, The Young Ones, Men Behaving Badly. Not to mention my favourites from across the pond, Friends and Frasier. read more

4th February 2011

In the words of Prefab Sprout's Paddy MacAloon, "Some things hurt more much more than cars and girls". Although not quite echoing my own experience cars and girls have certainly cost me a lot of money in my lifetime. read more

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