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Sometimes I write, sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s serious. However, the one thing you can count on above all else, is that it will always be, 100%, totally me writing it. That is a guarantee. Unless I have a guest writer.

The Definitive Guide To Brexit And The EU Referendum


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

Are you confused about Brexit? Does the very thought about The Referendum make your brain go into a tizzy? Well you’ve come to the wrong place. I recently have gotten into riddles, in a big way. Because riddles are a lost art, and I am on a one man mission to bring them back again. Let’s get at it.

Hey Liam Hemsworth, here’s how to fix the problem


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

You know Thor right? God of thunder. Golden locks of glory. Perpetually looking for a nail? Yea, well he’s the problem with Liam Hemsworth. Chris Hemsworth, you may have an awesome first name, but you’re screwing your poor baby brother royally. You dick.

25 Reasons Cats Are Better Than Dogs


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

As the villainous type, you could say I am biased towards cats, which is fine. And considering you’re on my site, you were bound to get some of my opinions. However, this list actually doesn’t contain any bias. These facts can all be scientifically proven, just ask Schrödinger.

Is Hillary Clinton A Conspiracy In Progress?


Posted by in But Seriously Though, Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

As you might know, Hillary Clinton just won the Iowa caucus. I don’t really follow American politics that closely, so I don’t actually know what a “caucus” is, and I totally snigger every time I hear the word. What I do know is that this is part of an unfolding conspiracy. Read past the break to hear how Hillary Clinton is involved.

How Australia is doing cricket wrong


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

You may be wondering how the best team in the world can be “doing” cricket wrong. Well, that’s handy. This post is written with the exact purpose of telling you how Australia is doing cricket wrong. That’s some coincidence. Read on past the break for the answers.

The Negatives Of Business Class – Part 2


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

So you’re up in the air. Kicked back, legs fully extended, your toes hardly touching the seat in front of you. You have a glass of the best champagne in your hand, you’re perusing the lunch menu, a hot towel, balancing agreeably on your forehead (that’s what you do with them, right?). What could possibly go wrong? You had to ask.

The Negatives Of Business Class – Part 1


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

I fly Business Class. I must have been an oil sheik in a previous life, or at least a king bee (that’s a thing right?). I gravitate towards luxury, and I feel very much at home sipping a glass of Moët in the Business Class lounge waiting for my flight. But don’t get jealous, there are many, many bad things about Business Class travel, hence the fact that this post is being created. And even hencer the fact that it’s a multi-part series. Read on past the watershed.

Google Analytics, I don’t trust thee


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

I remember the days when I used to log into Google Analytics for my website and continually get sad about the zeros I always saw (zeros are great on cheques; not so great on website analytics). Oh how things have changed, for the worse.


Who is Kris Adams? I am Kris Adams (the TV is optional)


Posted by in Skinny Cardio (Lighthearted), writing

I am Kris Adams. Now, yes, most of you might have guessed this already, eagle-eyed viewers might have spotted it in my domain name:, but it’s still important for me to give you the dish, right from the horses mouth, no grapevining. Let’s get down to some brass taxes, shall we? Who is the real Kris Adams? And could he please stand up.


Well done thief, you chose wisely. | home insurance


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I don’t know why I even bother paying for insurance. When something is stolen out of my flat, you’d think it would be a simple case of getting insurance money for the stolen items. But you forget, this is me who we’re talking about. Of course it is going to be way more complicated than that.