What to do after wrestling with a serpent – Part 2

What to do after wrestling with a serpent – Part 1 Rorsharch was a psychologist back from the early days, when humans started to begin the depths of the human mind.  Most people know him because of his test, where the subject is presented with a series of ink blots and asked to say what… Continue reading What to do after wrestling with a serpent – Part 2

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What to do after wrestling with a serpent – Part 1

Water flooded the compartment and his body was crushed within a second.  Eric knew this much was true, but not because he saw it or even really experienced it.  The whole mess was over within a second and then he descended down into the depths of the Pacific ocean within the compressed hulk that was… Continue reading What to do after wrestling with a serpent – Part 1

Sorry Big Ketchup

My fiancé and I started doing meal preps for the week on Sundays.  I love a good sandwich and all, but we'd both gotten a bit bored with Pret and Eat sandwiches the all taste pretty meh and "sushi" from places that Japanese sushi chefs say "No, no, no!" to.  So, the only real option… Continue reading Sorry Big Ketchup

Victor Ramen

Let's not kid ourselves - I'm no Ivan Orkin or any form of proper ramen chef, chef, cook or any other sort of professional in the food industry. But damn if I don't love food and love trying to make things that others have mastered. After watching the Chef's Table episode about Ivan Orkin I… Continue reading Victor Ramen

Immortality had its price

I generally hate waking up. You would think that 750 years of life would mean you got used to waking up in the morning, or at least achieved one of these mythical "good habits" that people speak of whereby waking up early or at all becomes easier after a bit of time and routine. Not… Continue reading Immortality had its price