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Favourite posts of 2010

I thought I’d go through my year, and see my favourite posts from 2010. This is not a list of my favourite concerts, albums, etc, but rather my favourite posts.



  • My first brunch experience at the Old Nick… I now go there weekly… at least.


  • A personal tale about knowing an author, Stacey Fowles, and then reading her novel. I would then embarrass myself by not recognizing her in a future meeting.
  • Reading about Canada & Mr. Diefenbaker.


  • Questions about where the groove might actually be.
  • Dan Mangan performed at Trinity St. Paul’s.


  • This photo is my lock-screen photo on my iPhone.
  • Some of my best portrait shots are of Allegra.
  • I had fun taking photos of Natalia.
  • While the subject might not have been too fond of these pictures, I think they’re quite good. Sure, the subject is ugly1, but that doesn’t matter much.



Best insights into humanity, as written by me

  • “If you see a penis, it’s a comedy; if you see a vagina, it’s a drama. It explains why women laugh when I remove my pants.”
  • “Either I’m becoming a normal human being, or I have liver failure.”
  • “Her prose are compelling, straight to the point, and beautiful in their nude honesty.”4
  1. I know she’s not really ugly, but our friendship is based on mutual hatred. []
  2. Actually, I also proposed to Aviva. 2011 is sure going to be busy. []
  3. “Alone in a corner, surrounded by candy.” []
  4. Proud of that one, because of how true it is. []

“Nice penis”

Some of the best pillow talk I’ve seen in a film came in Bunny & The Bull. The title of this blog post, being the best example. It also helps me realize a new theory on film. If you see a penis, it’s a comedy; if you see a vagina, it’s a drama. It explains why women laugh when I remove my pants.

I was inspired to watch this based on Julian Barratt’s scene which has made it, rightfully so, onto the Youtube. It’s quite a funny movie, but also, it’s exceptionally sweet. The heartbroken Stephen is convinced to pick up and leave England with his friend Bunny. The two go on a crazy European road trip.

The style of the film reflects a direct influence of Terry Gilliam. It’s mixture of stop motion and live action is interesting. It creates a visual effect for the film which vastly enhances the narrative. It creates a backdrop to the story which shows the insanity of the storyteller (Stephen).