Really did think the whole “drinking the Kool-Aid” idiom was one everyone would get. Maybe you’re all too young. Maybe there aren’t enough Americans reading this. (For the record, I am not American. Not that there’s anything wrong with that). Right. So. A brief history lesson on cult-leader nutters for you. Okay. So there was … Continue reading KOOL-AID: seriously. do you not get the Kool-aid reference?
Signs plural? No; in my experience, there’s just one sign: You’re not allowed to use the internet. Sounds mad, no? But true. And possible, even in today’s society. In my “church” internet use was frowned upon. Easy for those of us living on base — we simply were not given facilities to access the internet. … Continue reading KOOL-AID: signs you may be in a cult
Welcome to the first post of Koolaid! I am excited to hear your views so please feel free to comment below. Don't miss out on any Koolaid posts: Head to the footer below to subscribe! Well done, dickhead. Australian proverb. Was my dad’s favourite saying. Might still be. He used it mostly when driving. Like … Continue reading KOOL-AID: well done, dickhead
Hello all and Happy New Year! I am now, officially, a year older (but, apparently, not wiser). For the last few months I have been writing a blog called Almost Drank the Koolaid, which I will now be featuring here on giorgethomas.com starting tomorrow. But I have a bit of explaining to do. So check … Continue reading Welcome to Koolaid
It's here, it's finally here! 45 Notes on London will be available for download this Friday 15th December 2017. However, you can pre-order your copy now! You can hit the link below or search '45 Notes on London' on your favourite e-reader device. Pre-order now Or search '45 Notes on London' on your favourite e-reader. … Continue reading pre-order 45 Notes on London!
Harry on university types... Do wonder about these Oxbridge types. Do they arrive at university quite normal but transform into typical student types without conscious knowledge, as if is like a cold or some other virus that has washed over them? Or do they make a concerted effort to become cardigan-wearing students? To play the … Continue reading 45 Notes on London – a little more on Harry…
Francesca. That was the name of the girl who served us at a well known car rental outlet yesterday and she's restored our faith in the industry. I'm not going to deny that I probably got on her good side by mentioning her makeup application. There's no doubt she's of the contouring generation, probably spending … Continue reading the tribulations of hiring a car
Whatever it may be. You might be interested in my poetry, which can be at times disastrously dark, but always poignantly human. You may be interested in my thoughts. My random seizing on small moments which may seem insignificant, and probably are, yet will be noted all the same. You may have no interest at … Continue reading it is what it is