Month: January 2016

What I Hated the Least Today 31/365: Certificate

I’m now certified to perform acts of reckless cruelty on children and adults—by teaching them English. My certificate for teaching essentials by British Council arrived electronically today. For my certificate, […]

What I Hated the Least Today 30/365: Cooking

Today is the grand day when I, for the first time in my memory, cooked a dish which was marginally edible. I hate cooking, but I love eating and since I grew […]

What I Hated the Least Today 29/365: Emergency

This is about the cat. Again. But I swear it’s a cat story the like of which you never heard before. My cat woke me up, as usual, at an […]

Literary Lion: Pool

In response to Laura Feasey’s Literary Lion challenge: Pool. The old man didn’t like doing that. But someone had to. It had been raining and the old corroded tub in […]

What I Hated the Least Today 28/365: Shortcut

The more I sleep, the more exhausted I feel. However, I’ve run out of food and I figured it wouldn’t boost my stamina to die of starvation. So, while yesterday I […]


Trams come and go Stopping on the go Crawling tediously Counting meters As they go

What I Hated the Least Today 27/365: Ibuprofen

I woke up, made coffee, smoked, practised my yoga routine, smoked, blogged, smoked, cooked lunch, ate it and smoked. I live a dream. Except while cooking, I got a nasty […]

What I Hated the Least Today 26/365: Kalashnikov

I’m in the wrong region. It’s one where you can’t stream video, have CDs or DVDs delivered from Amazon, and where beer is cheaper than water (no wonder). The Czech […]

What I Hated the Least Today 25/365: Vet

I’ve been to the vet. I mean, I’ve been to the vet with the cat. The cat was far less inconvenienced by our trip than I was. She retained her […]

What I Hated the Least Today 24/365: Writing

I hate writing. (All right, I hate everything, but I hate writing a lot.) Inexplicably, I chose a career which requires me to write as much as possible as often […]