An Explanation Of A Fangirl

A fangirl, according to whatever Google uses as its default dictionary, is “a female fan, especially one who is obsessive about comics, film, music, or science fiction.” It goes deeper than this, however. Psychologists would say it’s its own subculture. It also, by the way, encompasses males. Anything and everything can be fangirled about, from... Continue Reading →



For centuries, fear has been used to control others, to change their thinking and to oppress things that people don’t want said. I dare say everyone has used it in some form or other, either threatening someone or plain out lying to their faces- you can make someone fear their worst enemy, of course, but... Continue Reading →

Always Moving But Always Stationary.

 Apparently the broadening of the inventions in technology was meant to half the average work load. You can walk outside at any time, however, and see business people on their phones, their faces plastered to screens. There have even been instances of people taking drugs to keep working. It’s no longer the sport stars under... Continue Reading →

Science in Sunday school

 Here are three experiments and little meanings I used with my Sunday school class. They really seemed to like them, so I thought I’d share.1)Putting a candle out with a jar. If you light a candle, and then put it on a flat surface before putting a jar or a tin over it, it’ll go... Continue Reading →

The Screwtape Letters Review

 I wonder how many blog posts start with the words “this changed my life”. All the same, the Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis, literally above and beyond changed my life. I’ve been thinking of writing a book review for quite some time and I can’t think of anything I’d rather write about.“Before the service was... Continue Reading →

How This Blog Got It’s Name

Did you know that the man who plays the Muppet’s Fozzie Bear is voiced by a man named Frank Oz? To many, his name would be written F. Oz= Foz. Therefore, he gets called Foz. Similarly, in an Agatha Christie novel, the man called himself Frank Airwell. The clever old lady, Miss Marple, figured out... Continue Reading →


"Don't you see that the aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible , because there will be no words in which to express it." George Orwell, 1984.


Recently the idea of sexism against men has been floating about. From riots in America to my very own Society teacher who doesn’t believe it exists at all, I’m sure there are heaps and heaps of different opinions of it, however a verdict has not been delivered. Although I don’t believe I’m fully equipped to... Continue Reading →

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