“U ok hun?” used to be a phrase that was used by middle aged women in the late 2000s on Facebook. Now, “hun” and all its derivatives (PM me hun, U ok hon?, not my problem hun, okay then hun) is coming back into our vernacular. But rather than exclusively being used by 40-something ladies … More What it means to be a ‘hun’ in 2019
Nobody likes you when you’re 23. It’s a universal phenomenon first coined by Blink-182 that only begins to resonate once you actually approach the big 2-3. Some people you went to school with are married and having babies. Some of them don’t know how to make beans on toast. Existential dread accompanies you to every … More Things I’m not scared to do now I’m 23
Female friendships are one of the most important things in my life (along with family, my boyfriend, dogs, and not making plans post 9pm). Nothing makes me cringe more than people saying “I actually get on a lot better with men than women. Women come with SO MUCH drama” which loosely translates to “I have … More I met my best friend on Bumble
What could be better than an America’s Next Top Model-style show full of extra AF drag queens? A UK VERSION! OKURRRR? Here is everything I hope happens in the upcoming series. Guest judges We already know Alan Carr and Graham Norton are confirmed as judges along with as Ru and Michelle. Guest judges on the … More All my hopes and dreams for Drag Race UK
Last year I did Dry January and loved it so much I didn’t drink a DROP of alcohol until May. Not going to lie, I felt amazing. Not drinking myself to oblivion and being hungover all weekend was really good for my physical and mental health. Shocking that! But it’s not all kale-smoothies-and-inspirational-quotes.
A few months ago I wrote a blog about all the Millennial things I’d done that week. Things that would make baby boomers roll their eyes, call us snowflakes, and say “it didn’t happen in my day”. Things that perfectly symbolise the digital-era, falafel-eating, iPhone-using generation we are. But this time, it’s FESTIVE!!!
‘Baby it’s cold outside‘ is one of my fave Christmas songs. Perhaps this is why, until 2018, I had no idea of its problematic connotations. Critics are arguing that the song normalises rape culture. I completely disagreed the first time I heard this theory, but after a few more listens, you can’t unhear lines like … More ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ and other problematic things I love