School dayz

"Do you know what," Kim says, coming closer to the screen like she's telling me a secret, "lockdown hasn't really changed any element of my life whatsoever. I was already antisocial," she says with a smirk, "it's just now I'm doing it on someone else's terms, so, you know, it's just like 'yay, I don't... Continue Reading →

A year in people #40 – Vic Makins

We were about 15. Vic and I were in different sets for our GCSE subjects so we decided to write messages to each other in a [pink] notebook and pass it to each other in between classes (because of course this was in the days before mobile phones). The messages were random teenage chit chat,... Continue Reading →

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