What comfort lies in the moment when the worst comes to the worst? Just one: that you are never alone and you can share it with someone.

The times where we form our greatest bonds to one another, our greatest connections may not be when all is rosy, full of pomp, grandeur and gaudy –it’s in those times when things go from what we think is the worst to the actual far much worse worster. In among …

‘I met someone else, you should do it yourself’ – How to get over someone & The Philosophy of: Spiritualized’s A Perfect Miracle (The beautifully tragic absurdity of true love songs)

This is part two of a Deep Dive into true love songs. Those songs that aren’t just made of the fairy floss euphoria one person can make us feel, but also the absurd sadness that the absence of them, or the absence of something within us, can make us feel. …

If you want to make a deep connection to another human, what are some better questions to ask them than ‘what do you do?’ or ‘How was the weather on your holiday?’?

A good question can open up someone to you much more colourfully, interestingly and honestly than a funny story or anecdote can. So instead of the boringass regular questions you may get asked over the course of your week, try these when you’re with someone you actually want to get …

If you try to prove Murphy’s Law, you can’t. Because any attempt to do so will –based on Murphy’s Law– go wrong. And that’s another reason why it’s dumb as shit.

You can’t prove something that necessarily and inherently cannot be proven true. Therefore, my conclusion is: Murphy’s Law = Dumb as shit. Because of this: I just invented ‘Reverse Murphy’s Law’. Dumb, right? Yep, just like Murphy’s Law. And this: Murdering Murphy’s Law And this is why a believe in …

A Deep Dive into: The (beautifully tragic) absurdity of love songs – A love song isn’t a true love song if it doesn’t contain sadness and longing – The Philosophy of: Nick Cave (& why he thinks Kylie’s Better the Devil You Know is a devastatingly remarkable love song.)

…The love song is never truly happy. It must first embrace the potential for pain. Those songs that speak of love without having within their lines an ache or a sigh are not love songs at all but rather Hate songs disguised as love songs, and are not to be …