Day 18, Cont. Friday October 28th, 2011 I arrive in Edinburgh at night, a beautiful sight. The lights on the castle and the Princes gardens make me hard. Then I realize my hostel is 30 minutes away from the city center. Fuck me sideways.

English Strip Clubs Are Weird

Days 11 and 12, Friday and Saturday October 21st-22nd, 2011. Slang of the day: barm. Origin: Probably England, I don’t know. Definition: A bun with flour on it. Used in a sentence: I had a sausage barm for dinner in Manchester. I had the whole day to kill before my bus … Get hard

Liverpool and Liverpudlians

Day 10: Thursday October 20th, 2011 Slang of the day: Sponge. Origin: England. Definition: idiot, moron. Used in a sentence: After a week and a half of travelling I felt like a sponge. As recommended by Dodge, I checked out a breakfast place called Truffles. The Welsh rarebit (pronounced rabbit confusingly) … Get hard

Can You Dance At All? Not With You.

Day 9: Wednesday October 19th, 2011 Slang of the Day: Chockers (spelling?). Origin: Australia. Definition: busy, crazy. Used in a sentence:Revolution is absolutely chockers on a Wednesday night. I spend the morning in the nice Cardiff Library which actually has free internet and computer terminals. This is actually a rarity, I’ve … Get hard

Faggots ‘n Mash

Day 8, Tuesday October 18th, 2011. Slang of the day: tosspot. Origin: English. Definition: an insult directed at a wanker/loser/drunkard/etc. Used in a sentence: I felt like a tosspot waking up with urine soaked boxers. Because I had a desire to see Wales, having heard that it was beautiful and “good … Get hard

You’re The Most Controversial American I’ve Ever Met

Day 7, Monday October 17th, 2011. Slang of the day: halfie. Origin: Australia. Definition: half an hour, though probably half a chub too. Used in a sentence: I’ll be lucky to last a halfie while watching Rihanna music videos. The previous day Sacha and I had connected on the “book of … Get hard

Oxford: The Aroma of Academia

Day 6, October 16th, 2011. Slang of the Day: grog. Origin: Australia. Definition: anything with alcohol in it. Used in a sentence:I drank so much grog last night that it made me wanna snog anything with elbows. Apparently I remembered more of the previous night than I do now after consulting … Get hard

Oxford, The Purple Turtle, And Facebook Official With Quongzhi

Day 5, October 15th, 2011. Slang of the Day: Knackered. Origin: British/England. Definition: Tired. Used in a sentence: I was positively knackered after my pub crawl in London. I woke up two hours early to get to the train to Oxford, with hopes of going back to my old hostel to see … Get hard