Personal Stories

Appreciate the rain.

I was walking through the kind-of archway of trees; it’s a quieter shortcut with much more nature. I mainly do this to avoid being splashed by puddles – if you’re feeble enough to go the hill way then you don’t know this village as much as you should. I wound up wearing my denim flares with some one-inch checkered red and black platforms, made of vegan leather of course, to brave the walk to number one. As I walked Brian’s dog Betsy every single day (par one; I slept in until 5pm. I call this the quarantine low.), I realised that I really enjoyed enjoying my appearance despite being the only person except for Brian to see myself in the full glamour of my 70’s-inspired fit. But I didn’t care when I put this outfit on.

Cannabis: You’ve got it all wrong

The subject of Cannabis – a sticky one. Do you accept that it’s unlawfully outlawed – or use it anyway? I don’t endorse illegal activities. I’d just like to let you know that I use Cannabis to medicate my chronic pains, of which I’d been struggling with for the past 10 years of my life. And it works. It really works.

Kiss my soul : Diary Edition

By: Fairouz Tamer Staying at home for someone like me isn’t healthy, but I do always find a way to stay sane and not end my life. This text message from a friend of mine ruined the whole “temporary” calm mood for me. “Are you still single? Didn’t date anyone […]

Uniform and yelling killed Education

Growing up as a young child in a British primary school had its negatives, and barely any positives. Uniformity, yelling, and a lack of understanding has lead me to retain a foggy memory of everything I learned, because I ended up blocking out everything including the trauma and even my primary, core education.