I might not share my bed with anyone due to my bad luck with online dating, but at least I can share some cool stories with you.
Now, I have to admit that I haven’t even finished watching this series, and I’m not sure if I can. There’s just something too ridiculous about a room full of typically attractive people in full make-up and cocktail dresses talking about how “looks don’t matter”.
I had an intense sexual moment with a fig. And then I laughed. I truly enjoyed this moment. A moment in which I was so aware of my humanity, my femininity and my sexuality. Here’s why you need to stop and appreciate those moments too.
If you’re in Cape Town you don’t need to go through all the trouble of booking a flight to Japan to have your tastebuds tickled in a uniquely Japanese setting, because Tjing Tjing has got your back.
We don’t have to tell you that it’s a murky swamp of information our there, folks. But we do want to give you some knowledge with which to fight the information overload and separate the fact from the fiction in a more informed way. More importantly, we want to help you stop being a part of the information disorder machine.
Summer in Cape Town is magical. Sure, it comes with a heck of a lot of wind, but it also brings with it cheap fruit, lazy days on the beach, and open-air Afro-Latin dance parties.
In order to understand the situation better (and not spend money on an underground apocalypse bunker prematurely) we decided to gather some facts and compile this guide. Here’s what we so know about Coronavirus so far.
Our social media has become inundated with fitness influencers making us feel guilty for struggling to workout three times a day. But why is it that for some, exercise is seen a treat, while for others its basically a spandex-clad flagellation ritual to which they’d rather not subscribe?
What happens after the prince and princess ride off into the sunset? Do they settle into a functional relationship, with good communication, compromise and acceptance and understanding of their differences? Are they even compatible at all in a real-life situation, when she’s awake and he’s not distracted by a fire-breathing death-machine? Doubtful. They’re probably codependent and miserable.
With so much information at our fingertips, we don’t need to retain information in our brains, and yet we often feel so much smarter by virtue of immediately being able to answer any questions we have, and yet, the jury’s still out on whether all this tech is actually making us smarter or causing considerable damages to our brains.