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Friday Feeling!

HOLY SMOKES BATMAN it’s that time again, to reflect on the good things that have happened over the last 14 days. I spent most of last week in bed with a delicious chest infection which had me coughing up all kinds of delightfulness, so that was not so wonderful actually. Even though it is still lingering which is making me THOROUGHLY frustrated, because I am a massive trouper, I necked a load of Benylin (my Dad’s expert medical advice was “Have a big slug of Benylin Drowsy  ...

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East, Humour, London, North, South, West

If the tube lines were people…

If the tube lines were people, I imagine they’d be a bit like this. District Line  A zimmer-framed cranky old Nana who whinges every time she has to do anything. Her joints hurt in the winter and when she is out shopping, she pauses for a little sit down on all the low-rise walls outside the high-rise flats to watch the world go by with a disapproving glance.  She mourns the state of her neighbourhood and that no-one knows each other’s names. Says the phrase ‘it  ...

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Culture, London, Museums and Galleries, West

Museum Musing: One Million Years of the Human Story

Last week humble old bloodyhellbrennan was invited to the Natural History Museum for a private breakfast viewing of their new exhibition, ‘Britain- One Million Years of the Human Story‘. The big South Ken Museums still all remain stubbornly unbudging in my list of favourite places in London. Stepping inside this beauty of a building one wet Friday morning before it was open to the public felt like such a privilege. I paused in the empty first gallery, gazing up at the colossal  ...

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