Category: Thought Vomit

  • The Unstoppable Letty Pegg
    The Unstoppable Letty Pegg

    Today marks the launch of Iszi Lawrence’s debut children’s novel The Unstoppable Letty Pegg. And do you know what? It’s great. I learned a lot reading it, and along the way, on a rollercoaster journey, I laughed and cried too. Do you know why? Because it’s great. I think this a book that grown ups…

  • Eating M&Ms Is Wrong
    Eating M&Ms Is Wrong

    I finally went to see The Rise Of Skywalker at the cinema last night. I have a small bladder, and long films at the cinema are daunting, mostly because I hate walking out for a pee and missing stuff. It didn’t help that there were 27 minutes of guff before the film either. I would…

  • Time Loops
    Time Loops

    It’s Groundhog Day, so rather than show you the Superbowl commercial that is bound to be doing the rounds, let’s have a look at a few other things that contain time loops. Movies wise, I like Run, Lola Run, a lot. Closely followed by Edge Of Tomorrow (or whatever it’s called this week). I think…

  • Neo’s Lolly Jism
    Neo’s Lolly Jism

    You will soon come to realise that the title of this blog bears little or no relevance to the content of it. I’m not going to apologise though, because Neo’s Lolly Jism pleases me too much. So, what is the point of this blog? I mean, what’s the point of anything on this site, really,…

  • Ham, Jam, And Baalam
    Ham, Jam, And Baalam

    There’s something my Gran used to say that has stuck with me through the years. She didn’t say it often, maybe only a handful of times, but that hasn’t stopped it sticking in my head ever since. I would ask ‘what’s for tea, Gran?’. And she would reply: ‘Ham, jam, and baalam.’ I was younger…

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  • Proctology: A Bottom Examination
    Proctology: A Bottom Examination

    For a long time now I’ve been wanting to write an old-fashioned programme guide. One you can hold in your hand and thumb through, make notes on, spill coffee on. So I did. Proctology: A Bottom Examination is my deep dive into Bottom, the hit BBC Two sitcom starring Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson. That’s…

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  • Re-Casting Keanu
    Re-Casting Keanu

    Keanu Reeves is 56. That makes him eight years older than Clive Dunn was when he was first cast in Dad’s Army. But don’t panic, Clive Dunn was always playing much older characters than his own age. Keanu Reeves is 56. That makes him seven years older than Stephanie Cole was when she was first…

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