Tom’s Taxidermy

If like me, you have a keen interest in dead things – and more to the point – if you have always wanted to know what it’s like to try taxidermy, read on… Bart’s Pathology Museum houses over 5,000 medical

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2016 in Review (or why you shouldn’t wax your balls at home)

I usually write a roundup of my shit life at the end of each year, and this time I’m doing it slightly earlier than usual as I’m buggering off to Vietnam for a month in just a few days time.

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Seven Years

Last week I received a letter from the bank informing me that I have been paying my mortgage for seven years and summarised the payments I have made thus far. This was a bit of a surprise to me as

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2015 in Review

(or to be more accurate, My Shit Life in 2015) It’s that time of year again when I like to look back and assess my achievements over the past year, and also briefly summarise any ¬†important news stories that have

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As Old As Gold

“Too old to Rock ‘n’ Roll, too young to die” sang Jethro Tull (the prog-rock singer, not the rotational crop farmer and inventor of the seed drill). Well I recently bought a pair of ridiculously tight skinny fit jeans of

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Raise a Glass to Old Tom Fog

This will probably come as a surprise to most of you, but occasionally I enjoy the odd drink or two. I don’t imbibe on a regular enough basis to have found a favourite tipple of choice, of course; aside from

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Smash It Up!

Even though it’s only¬†six months into the year, I’ve decided to make a start on one of my New Year’s Resolutions; to blog more often. My aim is to post something every couple of weeks, or once a month at

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2014 in Review

I normally do a bit of a roundup at the end of each year – bringing attention to the highs (if any), and the numerous lows I’ve undoubtedly encountered over the previous 12 months. This year, I’m feeling too lazy

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List Mania 9: Things To Do in Camberwell When You’re Skint

I’m desperately trying to save money for my holiday at the moment, but this is so hard to do when living in such an expensive city as London. Based on the book 36 Reasons To Love Camberwell, here is my

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I’m Not Dead (part 2)

So, I’ve got to the age of 33 and a half, and I’m still not dead. I’ve not blogged much this year and I’m sure you’re all dying to know what I’ve been up to? In truth, not very much.

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