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Adrian Clark is 😷
Musician, beer therapist, cat servant. Tweets also feature cake, cycling, books, wildlife, football, twigs, leaves, cake.
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John Mitchinson 7h
If there is any 26 minutes in any medium that matches this, I’m yet to find it. (h/t )
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This one's lying, too.
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Personal survival tip (well, maybe “survival” is a bit melodramatic) for this time of year: don’t read any End Of Year or Best Of Year lists. There’ll be more stuff next year, and you’ll like some of it.
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Erica Buist 11h
Replying to @ericabuist
The root of conspiracy theories is death anxiety, which is easier quelled when you can believe the world is way more ordered and planned than it actually is. The truth is that it’s chaotic, that a small thing can end everything, that life is precarious, transient and easily lost.
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There are some tweets where you can see it’s all going wrong after the first 7 words, and you really shouldn’t perservere.
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The Holly & the Ivan 🎄 Dec 1
I had no idea Debenhams meant so much to the Queen. Thinking of her at this sad time.
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Replying to @PeteBrownBeer
And as far as I know, we can go to a 'proper' restaurant, have a bottle of wine with every course, get royally shitfaced and no govt minister would bat an eyelid. There's something oddly anti-pub about this... not sure if it's snobbery or just lazy ignorance.
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Jodi Dec 1
Being good at things is not the point of doing them.
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Adrian Clark is 😷 Dec 1
Could have had extra points for goalies in green, but Alex Palmer has gone with a purple number that could have graced Castlemorton in 1992.
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Adrian Clark is 😷 Dec 1
Pleasingly old-school look to vs tonight: a red team, a blue team, referees in black.
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Adrian Clark is 😷 Dec 1
Replying to @SpeakSwedish
I love it, and prefer it to British-style mulled wine – it needs that generous dash of brännvin!
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Ben Machell Dec 1
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Adrian Clark is 😷 Dec 1
I love that video. The look she gives the older girls halfway through. “YOU CALL THAT SINGING? WELL, LISTEN AND LEARN, SUNSHINE.”
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Rob Madge Dec 1
It’s December. It’s that time again to share the best video of all time.
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Peter Walker Dec 1
Forget Covid tiers, or Brexit. The biggest split in the Conservative party right now seems to be about safer walking and cycling. No 10 still very much in favour, while Tory backbenchers are increasingly at the forefront of getting schemes removed.
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LSE School of Public Policy Dec 1
Hybrid working, from action bias to the Zoom effect ... How many of the LSE's dictionary of behavioural biases do you recognise? 🐈💻
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Adrian Clark is 😷 Dec 1
Replying to @facesake
Yes, exactly. The last thing I bought there was a pair of jeans that didn't even survive the first wash. A shopping experience that would have been better at home, with a cup of tea (and then clicking "cancel" before paying!)
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Adrian Clark is 😷 Dec 1
Replying to @adrianclark
It’s like a masterclass in how not to deal with the rise in online retail – by trying to compete on price, pushing ever further down without offering any reason to go there.
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Adrian Clark is 😷 Dec 1
Sad to see how far Debenhams has fallen, and how quickly. I used to get most of my clothes at the Sutton branch in the 00s; quite a few Xmas presents too. Every time I’ve been in there over the last 10 years, it’s been progressively more grim.
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