I’m currently adjusting to life in Saigon. Weird, crazy shit has happened but I haven’t had sufficient distance from events to create a satisfactory narrative- and I think that’s one of the things a reader craves. Nor have I thought up […]
Thought I was about to go viral earlier but it turned out to just be Smoker’s Cough.
To gain a more international audience, I was going to start posting in Spanish as well as English. But then I remembered I don’t know any Spanish. I don’t know any Spanish people either. Or even Hispanics.
Since you’re here… I’ve got a small favour to ask. Blog trolling costs real money and yet less people like my posts than ever before. Unlike many bloggers, I haven’t encouraged followers or randomly friended that many people but I […]
This one weird trick will maybe make me a few pennies off this website while alienating every new reader and those of you I have managed to already gain as readers of the Gallery of Grotesquery (much obliged to you, […]
Despite it being hot as hell in Myeik, Myanmar (that’s Burma for those who can’t let go of the British Empire- I’m looking at you, UK establishment here), my last weekend ever in the city is approaching. I plan to spend it […]
I merely asked the massively talented designer / artist / theatre director / performer Bryon Fear if he could knock up something for the back cover (to go along with the front of a mad elephant spearing a paper policeman- […]
Thin on content yet with the same misanthropic bile running through it like the words ‘RATHER CHAVVY’ do through a stick of Blackpool rock- that’s the site right now. Apologies. I’ve been living in isolation in the jungles of Myanmar […]
I was surprisingly sober and on the ball in my previous post. It proves that I am just as gross when not imbibing the Devil’s Piss (i.e beer) as when I am sober. This, in itself, is a sobering point […]
If I was that Super Mario, I’d just give up on rescuing Princess Peach. She’s always in another castle after all. I’d probably settle for one of the Toads instead. They’re androgynous and ubiquitous and always happy to oblige. Some […]