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The Inner Dialogue of Retail
The inner dialogue between a cashier and an overworked mother in small town America. A must for all those who have worked behind the counter.
The Ultimate London Pub Crawl
Two friends and one 23 year long quest; to get drunk in the vicinity of all 270 London underground stations.
Selling Phone Sex in the 80’s
In a time before phone sex lines, Leah Mueller finds herself selling packages of potential lust to lonely American men.
Inside Stories from the Music Industry
Our resident music industry man, Julian Beach, explains why he is not currently a millionaire. It’s all down to the 80/20 split.
A funny recollection of a wedding that wasn’t to be from a young girl growing up in 90s Britain.
The Best Easter of My Life
Found on the shores of The West Midlands, Holly Watson tells the tale of a young girl’s experience growing in 90s Britain. This was an Easter to remember.
Bingo, Football & Fascists
Drunken antics, bingo, Nazi grass and fascist salutes await Laurence as he takes a trip to a Real Betis football away match.
Running of the Bulls
Trouser-less and here in rural Spain. This is how the “Carnaval” finished for me.
Soup Kitchen: Derby Day Tales from Football Fans
Soup Kitchen Part Two: Three stories from some of the bitterest rivalries in world football, as told by the fans themselves.
Anonymous Hotel Work
Today I am at a famous London hotel. All complete bollocks as I stare into the abyss of the staff changing room, with the smell of BO and shoe polish all too prevalent.
Brighton Rock in a Sock
‘Brighton Rock in a Sock’ a modern comic by Tom Scotcher.
Drunk: Faecal Adventures on Public Transport
Laurence’s drunk adventures on London public transport turns messy as he and his underpants are left in a compromising predicament.
Take the Express Train
Take the express train. Gary’s eyes pinpointed the alarm clock, it was after 11am. His entire body felt swollen and heavy. What was the use?
Soup Kitchen: Poems from the Shop Floor
Soup Kitchen is a monthly showcase of different artistic genres. Enjoy this month’s feature on some of the finest modern poetry.
The bad neighbour Trevor
Unemployment and the consequences of action with the neighbour Trevor.