Category Archive: Ramblings

Ghent Comic-Con: The Aftermath

I’m from the “good old TV generation”. A kid from the 80s and 90s who grew up with Star Trek, MacGyver, The A-Team, Knight Rider, Quantum Leap, The X Files, Buffy, Friends, Stargate,… Continue reading

The big 5 for the next 12

If resolutions were to be kept, the world would be full of fit athletic people eating salad and drinking detox tea with every meal. Yuk! Luckily, resolutions are meant to be broken, and… Continue reading

That time of the month

It hurts everywhere from top to bottom. Head, breasts, bowels, lower back. I can’t sit, I can’t lie down, and I actually can’t stand any position for 1 to 2 days. It comes… Continue reading

“No-Days”

I learned a few weeks ago that I had mononucleosis. Nothing alarming since 99% of the population gets it at some point, but the effects are annoying and seem to last forever. Even… Continue reading

“Highly resistant to stress”

Dear motherfuchers in charge of the recruitment, Fuck you. Fuck you big time (unless some of you are still reasonable and sensitive human beings, in which case don’t take it personally. You lovely… Continue reading

Not Much

Dear friend whom I haven’t talked to for a whole year and who calls me every December to put your mind at peace with your “Let’s keep in touch” principle. After babbling about… Continue reading

And the award goes to…

“It’s really shiny. […] Oh, yeah, you should enjoy it forever, Elaine, but it’s where you display it– that’s the key. See, if you put it on the mantelpiece and it says to… Continue reading

Now & Then

They don’t get older anymore. They just get old. 60 candles. Big party. Glasses tinkling. Family and friends chatting and singing “Happy birthday”. Sound of paper being unwrapped. Wishes. Plans for the next… Continue reading

Beauty in the Streets (What Keeps Me Walking)

There’s beauty in the streets for my eyes to catch and my heart to feel: grass finding its way through the asphalt, flowers growing between bricks; green hands tearing the grey fabric, sowing… Continue reading

Alternative Travel Project – Biking

I love cycling. I ride my bike as much as possible and believe this is the best way to enjoy and explore a place when the weather allows it. Seamus Dever and Stana… Continue reading