Let’s set the scene, you wake up on a Saturday, the sun is out and you’ve received a million WhatsApp’s from your mates attempting to make pub plans for the day.
As an office worker and respectable young professional, I am subject to very sensible behavior in the office place.
It’s no secret that here at Late Night London we love a good drink and when you love something you want to know more about it right?
So you’ve decided you’re out for a late one? But how late is late these days?
Whether you are a virgin pride go-er or a seasoned carnival queen, without proper preparation and presentation, you could be in for a night you won’t be proud of.
What you're wearing to pride each year, is as important as what you’re wearing to your wedding, I mean think about it, more people are going to see you.
Because showing off about where you’ve been is almost as good as going there.
We all have that one friend… and it’s OK if that friend is you.
It is very obvious to those of us who reside in London that there is a language all to itself that comes along with living here. For those who don’t speak it here is the lowdown. A London Dictionary, you could say.
Turning 30 is a milestone in any person's life. Ever since I turned 29 I’ve been waiting for some sort of extreme anxiety to hit, considering our obsession with women and age, but it has not. Much to my own surprise.