WTF Weds: The Geese in the Back Bay...

30th Jan, 2015

I know this is a WTF Wedsnesday post, and today is Friday. What can I say, folks? Laziness is a hell of a drug.     I feel like┬ámost normal…

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Dans Le Noir Restaurant, London

15th Jan, 2015

  “I can’t figure out what this is.” “It’s … slimy.” “I can’t cut anything.” “Cut? I’ve just been using my hands.” “Speaking of hands, Geraldine, keep yours to yourself.”…

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WTF Weds: Durian. Ugh. Durian.

23rd Jul, 2014

I would like to take a moment to talk about durian. I have to. I have spent the larger part of the morning working on a post about the Khmer…

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WTF Weds: Signs in Sorrento, Italy

2nd Jul, 2014

My presumption with any warning sign, or really any sign at all, is that it exists for a reason. Like, you wouldn’t put a warning sign that says “Watch Your…

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Giggling at the Fountains in Italy

19th May, 2014

Sometimes I think I have the maturity level of an 11-year-old. Other times, I am absolutely convinced of it. We’ll be walking around someplace beautiful, and instead of taking in…

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WTF Weds: The Peacock in The Village

14th May, 2014

“Is … is that a peacock?” Rand asked me as we walked through the village. “Where?” “Over there, by the church.” “I highly doubt it,” I said, squinting in the…

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WTF Weds: Mukkefuck Restaurant,...

30th Apr, 2014

Rand and I stopped in Garmisch for a quick snack at a bakery (because if I say I need a snack, 90% of the time what I mean is “I…

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WTF Weds: Blackface Othello, Germany

23rd Apr, 2014

I’ve learned that certain things which may be considered totally acceptable in one country aren’t okay in another. That customs and cultures don’t necessarily translate. Even the things that we…

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WTF Weds: English Language T-Shirts in...

16th Apr, 2014

I’ve noticed a continual trend whenever I visit Europe, and it’s getting downright bizarre: t-shirts with non-sensical English words on them. I know that this isn’t new – there are…

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