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Pit Out

Well, well, well. It would seem that Tara is finally catching on to what’s good. I knew she’d come around eventually – my idea of having a ball pit in …

The Spookiest Tales

Okay, how about this…every single time you come home, your dog has been replaced with a cat that has the same name. Spooky, right? This is going to have people …

Modern Door Upgrades

Gigantic, oaken doors are so very last century. Not even last century, in fact, because their hay-day was so much earlier than that. I remember when our castle in Romania …

A Sydney Jaunt

I don’t go away for many conferences, especially after I just got back from a holiday, but this one seemed like something I needed to attend: ‘Business Owner and Parent: …

I Need Meat

Not actually sure what I did before Goober Meats. Like, I guess I might have ordered pizza a few times, talking on the telephone like some sort of 20th century …

A Kitchen Sim?

These immersive games are really starting to creep me out. Like, who keeps MAKING them? And if they keep making them, I have to keep reviewing them, because I only …

Escaping to Opulence

They always seem to get the nicest families on ‘Escape to the Country’, which is why it’s a shame that they get attacked by wild animals. I suppose that’s just …

Dream of Fishing

I’ll give Odd-Match one thing: it has THE most extensive list of interests and identities you could possibly imagine. Usually, if you’re exceptionally different or just don’t fit into a …

Changing Lives, Spaces

The curious human obsession with changing things that are currently functioning is curious. First Amara is going on and on about how she wants her grandfathers inheritance to use for …

Grandma’s House

My grandmother’s house is by far the most hectic I’ve ever been in. In this sense of the word hectic, I mean large, imposing and architecturally intense. You know what …