The Christmas Tinner: Review

Hiding in the background for years, lurking where no one can find it, GAME have been selling a truly monstrous, yet curious product: A Christmas Dinner in a Tin! Otherwise known as the Christmas ‘Tinner’. Apparently, it’s been around since 2013 and only costs a mere £1.99. However, purchases are few and far between, because its so gross, who would provide the demand to have … Continue reading The Christmas Tinner: Review

Why the iPhone 8 Plus is better than iPhone X

I’m sat here typing this on my iPhone 6s, which in my opinion borders on the right side of Apple technology. Sure the new iPhones look great and have SO many new features- like 4, but are they really worth it? I mean, no headphone jack? This would not have happened with Steve. Let’s face it, you can buy a new iPhone or any new … Continue reading Why the iPhone 8 Plus is better than iPhone X

The Best of British Christmas Food

Every year, we stuff our faces with whatever food we like and say ‘Oh it’s fine, it’s Christmas’, and in return our bodies don’t give us any grief. Christmas is a time for eating more than anything, be it salty, sweet, spicy or just plain sawdust (whack a bit of cinnamon on- lovely). Mince Pies What would Christmas be without a personal sized pastry filled … Continue reading The Best of British Christmas Food

Amazon Echo: Gateway to Diabetes

Sitting here in my chair, with my fat arse unable to move because of my fat belly, which has developed over the three weeks I’ve had this death trap of a device. A true she devil when it comes to trapping individuals in a blubber prison cell… Alexa. The product itself is incredible, but after about a week of using this thing, I became dependent, … Continue reading Amazon Echo: Gateway to Diabetes

Why ‘The Range’ is the place for Christmas decorations

Picture this, you’re pootling around the Christmas market, or your local garden centre (which weirdly do Christmas displays really well) and you’ve just spent £30 on a light up reindeer. 2 days later, you go into ‘The Range’ and see the exact same reindeer for £12.99. You feel like an absolute mug, there is a hole in your wallet and the only thing that’s gonna … Continue reading Why ‘The Range’ is the place for Christmas decorations

Architect’s Holy Hell: Review

Holy Hell in all honesty, has been the album of the year for me so far. Every track on this album represents exactly what Architects are and how they have developed professionally from their previous work. Don’t get me wrong, I personally feel that their best work is still Hollow crown, but considering what they’ve been through with the death of Tom Searle, to release … Continue reading Architect’s Holy Hell: Review