The other day I was with my friend Anna, and she recommended a film to me. She laughed and chuckled as she said "Alex Strangelove, it's basically you". Naturally, a couple of days later, I watched my supposed docu-film to see what it was all about. For those who don't know what it is, it's … Continue reading I was Alex Strangelove
Okay, so it turns out I actually wrote this blog a good couple of months ago and must have just forgotten to edit it and post it, so here it is now! I had a conversation with a taxi driver on the way to the airport last Christmas and I told him I paid £20 … Continue reading How To Get Cheap Flights
This is sort of a part two to my blog a couple of months ago "5 Types of Travellers I Hate". It seems like every time I travel, I find a new list of people who I don't understand or simply just don't like. When you travel, you're mixed with so many different types of … Continue reading The Worst People on a Plane
Llevo casi 9 años aprendiendo español. Pues, digo 9 años pero en realidad son 6. A la edad de 16 (cuando fui al instituto por la primera vez), me puse a estudiar español de verdad. Empecé a escribir ensayos en español, dediqué horas y horas al aprender vocabulario e intenté hablar con quien podía para … Continue reading Las cosas más difíciles del Español
Okay, before we get angry at the title, let's take a deep breath and listen to what I want to say. Click bait? Maybe. Some truth in what I say? Perhaps. Although I know what you're thinking, here's another man feeling sorry for himself and wanting some attention and recognition. In the world we live … Continue reading It’s Not Men’s Fault
Going to a new country or city is always really exciting. It gives you the opportunity to experience an entirely new culture and way of life that you’ve never been before. But before I go to any new country, I always do a bit of research / planning before hand. Here’s what I do and … Continue reading New City Travel Tips
Whether you believe it or not, queer people have a particular way of speaking. You may have read my blog on Polari, a forgotten queer sociolect, but since then, queer people have always had their own way of speaking. But, it's not just English-speaking queers that have a unique way of speaking, it's the same … Continue reading Can you translate “gay speak”?