So I logged onto Twitter a little while ago and saw that #PunishAMuslimDay is amongst the most trending hashtags…weird, must be some bizarre belated April Fool’s prank? I’ve literally heard nothing about this ‘movement’ up until about an hour ago. So I proceeded to message a few of my friends and family asking if they … More #PunishAMuslimDay
As I’ve mentioned in some of my earlier posts, from a young age my dad drummed into my head that it’s better to be a person with opinions than an empty vessel that doesn’t stand for anything. But as of recently I’ve started to pay attention to the repercussions of ‘being opinionated’. It’s all well … More Be Informed, Not Just Opinionated
I’ve got half a mind to just leave this post blank, because the title really says it all. When it comes to politics, I feel that the saying ‘each to their own’ majorly applies. For this impromptu UK general election tomorrow, we all have our reasons for voting for whichever party we’ve opted to go … More Don’t Try To Sway My Vote
On 23rd June 2016 a referendum will be held in the UK to decide whether we will leave the European Union or remain as a member state. Now I won’t profess to being an expert in politics or even try to convince you that I know a great deal when it comes to the EU, because … More To Brexit Or Not To Brexit?
It can be so miserable at times to live in England: the country in which it rains 99% of the time. Especially now as we’re approaching Autumn and the days are getting noticeably shorter, I find myself wondering every day, did we even have a Summer?! Now if you work in an office like me, you … More Pathetic Fallacy
As some of you may know I have a BA degree in English and before that I attended a Grammar School for seven glorious years. Alright, alright let the stereotyping begin! Contrary to what you might think, I’m not some timid recluse who seeks solace in libraries, who gets high off of sniffing books or who prefers … More Grammar Nazi
A few days ago a fellow blogger kindly re-blogged one of my posts on his site. He also included a few lines in which he referred to me as a being an ‘Indian university graduate’ and that really got me thinking. Whilst I may have been raised by parents who both emigrated from India and have … More A Nationality Conundrum