Posts Tagged ‘blog’

Here’s me helping as best I can with other people’s top quality interweb content.

This is from Sara’s lovely blog, which is much more popular than mine, because she actually puts effort in.

Hello Friends, Today’s Question of the Day comes from my good friend Fudgey. If you like random ramblings or are in need of a bit of cheering up, he is your guy! Mr. FudgeCrumpet asks: The Zombie Apocalypse happens: How long do you think you would last and how would you survive/die? Having recently played through the Telltale […]

via Question of the Day #4 — Sara in LaLaLand


With the galaxy in peril, one man stands between the forces of light and darkness… and he has pastry. Pastries to stun.


Happy St David’s Day to all you Welsh people (and people called David, I would imagine)!

Those lovely people over at the British Leek Growers Association sent me a big pile of food to cook one of their healthy recipes, so that is exactly what I did.



I’ve been included in some sort of tweet thing by another blogger saying I have to write something on a particular topic. Let’s do that then. Woo. Excitement.

TL;DR I have to write about things that piss me off.


Shockingly, this blog doesn’t make any money. It probably could if I figured out how adverts worked or something, but basically I’m doing this for fun.

When the opportunity arises to blag freebies, however, I’m as cheeky as I could possibly be. So when the incredibly lovely Stroopwafel World followed me on Twitter I jumped at the chance to offer a review of their stuff. Surprisingly, they were happy to comply and a few days later a box was left in my shed by that lovely man from Hermes.

I was expecting a pack of Stroopwafels, because… well, Stroopwafel World do Stroopwafels. What arrived was so much more awesome.



For some reason I decided to put up a ‘reward’ on Twitch, in a blatant and terrible attempt to increase my follower numbers on there.

So, I present to you, my 15 follower (ugh) celebration video, in which I eat the ‘World’s Hottest Gummy Bears’.

Hottest as in chilli hotness, not as in Sunni from Disney’s Gummi Bears cartoon hotness.


I’m not scared of spiders, let’s be clear on that from the start off. When the kids scream from their bedroom that the tiniest spider in the world is looking at them funny from the corner of their room, I’m the first to dart up the stairs like some sort of arachnid-battling super-hero to save them from the terrifying little beasties.

Actually, what super-heroes fight spiders? I mean, Spider-Man seems to have done quite an adequate job of making the spider theme more positive than you’d expect. Perhaps I’m a spider-battling super-villain. Maybe the lines between good and evil are blurred and not instantly clear, like there’s some sort of differentiation between real life and comic books and 1980s cartoons.