This month celebrates Pride! Be it LGBTQIA, BDSM, Sexual Orientation, Gender or Kink every single person is included!
One thing we know is that style has a cycle and over the past few years there has been a plethora of flashbacks from the “Oh yeah’s” to the “Oh God what are they wearing!” but it seems that the world has finally settled on a style or should we say era?
Did you learn another language while at school? Did you retain it? Or did you – like us- forget only to wish you could remember it all. Over a year ago we both downloaded the app Duolingo and now our language journey is well on its way see what we thought below.
It’s only been a few weeks but we have been to more coffee shops and had lots more coffee. Here is our new finds.
Hammersmith is mostly known to us as a place that a few years back seemed swamped with clubbers dressed in their old school uniforms to attend the ‘School Disco’ Nights at the Palais, these days it’s more a meeting point and less of a destination, but there are still a number of pubs and so … More Pubs In Hammersmith
Have you ever wanted a tattoo? But are afraid of changing your mind, or the pain? Well you might finally be in luck. A new development in Temporary Tattoos has hit the market and we have tried them.
A new Climbing wall in London isn’t unheard of, Hell we went to one just a few weeks back, but one hyped for so long, featured on Climbing Daily a year before it was even opened and talked about by so many seemed a necessity for Climbing Moss to visit. But when Yonder opened their … More Over Yonder
I lava you
We haven’t been climbing that much recently due to Bob’s knee being F*@&%d and no one willing to treat it. So that means we may be a bit out of shape and we haven’t been able to review the new walls that have popped up around the capital, But even with injuries the lure of … More Climbing in the west
December 17th 2018 the day the internet died. Well for many that is, it is the day Tumblr committed suicide though. The blogging giant sent out a policy changed notice at the start of December that read as follows…