Monday, 18 January 2010


It's not often you hear an Australian say something nice about a New Zealand. And if they do it's usually sarcastic. But this isn't. This is a proper tribute to New Zealand's Fourth Most Popular Folk Parody Duo which I posted on Threadless T-shirts a while back. With another one in the works (Brett).

So, until they beat us again in the Rugby, I'm prepared to say, "well done New Zealand. well done."

Sunday, 17 January 2010


Steve is a great man. Eats too much cereal, is a secret fan of Mariah Carey and a strange allergy of peas, but none the less is a great guy.

Once Steve went to the shops and he forgot his wallet, but he didn't panic. He adopted the mood of a muskrat in Summer who's had too many nuts and not enough water. The muskrat staring off into the distance like a nun on a balmy Wednesday afternoon and not worrying about the weather. Rather eating more nuts and sitting down when he got tired. That was what Steve was like that day when he forgot his wallet and I don't think I'll never forget that.

Often called Scuba-Steve, Steve cannot actually scubadive and if he tried, would probably drown.

Wednesday, 13 January 2010


It's amazing how much difference having a computer makes to my ability to put up new posts. Prior to this I would stick things on the fridge with novelty magnets, which was easier, but didn't quite have the same distribution and things would fall off if you slammed it.

With that in mind, here is my latest post. Affluent, wealthy, stylish and snobby Kensington. Quite a nice area of London really. Holding the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall, but strangely enough, not a single fish & chip shop (which is quite an achievement in London).

I've never got the hang of where Kensington stopped or started and the train stations never helped with South Kensington actually being further north than West Kensington and East and North Kensington being completely left out of the party.

Anyway, if you're ever there, there is a nice but slightly expensive cafe on the corner of Exhibition Road and Thurloe Place called Le Pain Quotidien.

Tuesday, 12 January 2010

A Belated Merry Christmas

Just when the three poeple who read this blog thought I was dead, whoooooosh! Four Christmas images are slapped up only a few lazy weeks after their creation, hereby doubling the amount of work on this blog.

Sticking with the more traditional theme of Christmas (the global Jesus birthday party one) rather than the prevalent, mass produced, Coka-cola and candy-caned American alternative that keeps every retailer in the Western world in business.

That aside, in this post we have Three Kings, Mary & Joseph, Bethlehem and Shepherds. All in reference to the nativity of Jesus as told in the Book of Luke. I would like to thank my Junior Encyclopedia of the Bible for all it's help.

I'm sure some sticky-beaks might point out there isn't any major evidence to suggest there was only three 'kings', or magi, in this Biblical story. Three gifts yes, but not three magi. In my defense, I just couldn't be bothered drawing more than three.