Stonehenge: when I discovered that I was stupid, but not that stupid

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That day I discovered I was stupid. Way too stupid. Dumbly stupid. Idiotly stupid. Stupidly stupid. Anyway, let’s say that , along with the day I bought some indomitable gothic platform boots for the modest sum of $100, and the one in which I decided to kill a fly on a lamp with a broom, this day  will be definitely written in the annals of my darkest intellectuals moments. Sitting next to the window, through which I have plainly seen coming towards me signs that say: “Southampton 5 miles”, Read more [...]

Things that were left inside the inkwell

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The best kiss No, it was not with you. It was with another guy. It was with another Spanish guy. Well yes, my weakness for Spaniards is well-known. It is early in the morning, but the sun reluctantly refuses to rise with spring apathy. We are sitting on the couch, dark blue as the sky that is beyond the window. We smoke slowly, without haste, like is done with opiates. We still have on our lips the wine’s taste. We still have in our bodies the club’s heat. We still have in our hands Read more [...]

Mind the gap

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Everything you heard about London is true. The royal guard is formed by mechanically coordinated tin soldiers. Everything costs not only an arm, but also a kidney. And indeed: the English have the ugliest teeth in the dental universe. Also, according to Lonely Planet’s legend, the museums are for free. It will make no sense at all that they were not, considering that, as it happens at the British Museum, they keep in its rooms facades of the Acropolis, an Easter Island’s moai and mummies of Read more [...]