by Gino De Blasio | 4 minute read Change, it happens. I wish John Lennon would have written something about change, rather than imagining, it would have made the start of this piece infinitely better. Sure, Sam Cooke’s ‘A Change is Gonna Come” is fine, but that leaves the door open to expect it, only, … Continue reading Creme Eggs, you sellouts…
“How do you spot a hipster wine? It costs twice as much as it should and has got a bearded twat hanging on to it” As far as comment sections go, this is king. As far as topics go, this has got to be a new twist in wine relations; hipster wine. It was bad … Continue reading Hipster Wine, Wine’s Big Saviour…
Pubs, apparently, “keep male friendships strong.” It is of course unsurprising that a study needed to be conducted to this new social science based research. Women apparently, just pick up a phone or turn to Facebook and talk to one another. These aren’t my words of course, but those of Robin Dunbar, evolutionary biologist at … Continue reading How The Gastropub is Slowly Killing Men
by Gino De Blasio | 5 minute read There are times when a new product comes to a market and you can’t contain your excitement. The thought that chocolate crumpets could be a real thing is of course one of those times. Then there are other times when you wish the geniuses, responsible for things … Continue reading What Happened To You, Pinot?
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read ASDA clearly knew what it was doing. It is not the first time that the debate surrounding ketchup and how it should be stored would cause uproar. A simple google search would point to a Boris Johnson Reddit thread from 2014, it’s hard to miss, it’s the … Continue reading How Ketchup broke the Fake News cycle… kind of…
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read There are times when flying to certain foreign countries can leave you with a sense of culinary dredd; none more so than the charming yet equally confusing, Switzerland. For all of its natural beauty, impressive chocolate, your bowels stand a greater chance of survival in a quarantined … Continue reading Lessons From A Swiss Village, Raclette
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read “The beauty of this test is, it’s simple if you know it, very difficult if you don’t.” When a two michelin starred chef points out this blindingly obvious logistical quagmire, it shouldn’t really shock, but this is different. This is a contest “where there is no prize … Continue reading How Confusing Is Carbonara, Really?
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read “Enjoying a gin and tonic makes you a psychopath!”, apparently. The latest in clickbait and media trivial headlines had the internet and social media buzzing. If there was one title to make you click on clickbait ever again after “10 child stars that have grown up to … Continue reading Gin, A Social Status For Tinder, A Psychopath Test For Click Bait
5 Minute Read | By Gino De Blasio Day 3 of the Giro displacement and we’re at the end of the foreign journey for the grand tour. Alas, what better way to leave the Netherlands to discuss one of their best exports, no, not clogs or tulips but the amazing Stroopwafel. If you’ve never had … Continue reading Stage 3, 8 May: Nijmegen-Arnhem – When Airlines Gave Free Snacks
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