Category Archives: mental health

Snotface

So I haven’t not been no so well over the weekend and that’s a lot of negatives for one sentence because that’s how it felt: really fucking negative. But I guess it’s relative and I don’t mean I have an … Continue reading

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Torny

My body is rebelling. I’d like to have taken it out to enjoy some of the sights and fun of Exeter Pride today but my body is cross with me for spending a couple of days moving about and being … Continue reading

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Laugh It Up, Fuzzball

When I was a teenager, Saturday morning in town was such an exciting time. Friends from different schools were around, girls were showing off their latest fashionable attire, shops were so busy it made shop-lifting ridiculously easy, pocket money jangled … Continue reading

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Wasn’t Me

I didn’t saw a film today. Oh well. Instead I woke up at five in the too early, said ‘fuck right off’ to the clock face, and went back for more sleep in an unconscious position. That’s my preferred sleeping … Continue reading

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A Tasty Yellow Beef

With this 2019 business being almost one third of the way done it’s safe to say I’m a much bigger fan of it so far than I was of its bastard sibling, 2018. Some things remain the same, those things … Continue reading

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Turn On, Tune In, Shut Up

Sadness likes to hit you in the heart when you’re barely awake, which is a low-down, dirty trick. At least have the decency to wait until I’ve got enough caffeine inside me of a morning to cope with these saddo … Continue reading

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The Tale Of Sir Ouchalot

Naughty sun, being all warm and bright and Springy, making me feel like I’m wasting the day if I lie in bed with my ouchy body so I get up, make with the body washing and put myself in town. … Continue reading

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