A Minor Problem

I swear that we were civilised earlier in the day. Scones, tea and photos with the grandparents. It's the red carpet that brought out the worst in everyone. Or it could have been the fact that everyone was drinking at midday. That time slot is usually reserved for alcoholics but we booked it for our … Continue reading A Minor Problem

Delusion, fake sacrifices and charitable bribes

Before you set foot inside this post, I want you to get off your high horse. Please, don't worry. This is for the best.¬†Just know that I'm going to be questioning everything you've ever believed! It's philosophy's fault. It's using me as a vessel and speaking through me. Blame that. ¬† Ok, now that we're … Continue reading Delusion, fake sacrifices and charitable bribes