Month: February 2016

What I Hated the Least Today 58/365: Presentable

I spent the entire Sunday making myself presentable for my first appearance at my web development requalification course the next day. I painted my nails (including toes so they look […]

What I Hated the Least Today 57/365: Charwoman

We have a charwoman (not to be confused with chairwoman) in our building. I adore her. Sure, I hate people as a whole and many people as individuals (I’m an […]

What I Hated the Least Today 56/365: Nuclear Shelter

I’ve been to a guided underground tour, which covered a church crypt and a nuclear shelter in my town. I can’t exactly relate to medieval bones, but I feel a […]

iPhriday: Crypt

In response to Gray Days and Coffee challenge. I never go anywhere or do anything, and to cement the rule, I joined an organised crypt tour in my town. I’m […]

What I Hated the Least Today 55/365: Mall

I went to the mall today. Shopping malls scare me because they are filled with underpaid cashiers (aka sales assistants, though I doubt their fancy position title makes them feel […]

What I Hated the Least Today 54/365: Award!

I’ve done my share of blogging awards and abandoned them when the attractiveness of the concept wore off for me. Today, though, I was nominated for what is not an […]

What I Hated the Least Today 53/365: Cutting

Warning: The following post describes self-harm. Don’t try it at home. I don’t cut my nails, I file them. I do cut my fingers though. You know the rough patches […]

What I Hated the Least Today 52/365: Tinder

A family member has been raving about Tinder, the dating app, for so long and so vehemently that I installed it on my phone too. Apart from being under the […]

What I Hated the Least Today 51/365: Proofreading

I received a proofreading request from my old (but young) colleague today. His email opened with standard salutation Dear Doctor Mara. That’s about right, but three months later, I still giggle […]