In you’re dating in Prague, you can split the Czech.
I expected General Woundwort to appear.
They do indeed. Last time I was in London there was a cabbie shelter outside the hotel. I would get a bacon butty (with HP sauce) and mug of tea every morning on the way to to the office. Nothing like it.
...and sometimes it is their own places that have the good stuff...
Interesting that you show M&S (Marks and Spencer) foods in your lead image, which is some of the best in-store convenience food you will find anywhere. Not sub-par at all.
Spent 5 weeks over the summer in Cambridge, UK for undergrad living on a tight budget: hostel for my stay, walked everywhere, ate Sainsbury sandwiches.
My crowning achievement though, was filling up on a full English breakfast (eggs, sausage, bacon, beans, toast), granola, juice, tea, coffee, and yogurt every morning… Read more
Re the photo above. M&S (the UK’s Marks and Spencer) actually offer some decent ready-made meals and sandwiches worldwide. Cheap, sure, but then again, a normal restaurant meal in the UK is definitely not inexpensive. Even fast food chains there are overpriced. I often check out these ready-made meals in British… Read more
I think there is a difference between terrible meals and local/common grub. One is experiencing the fabric of the place and the other is just calories. Some of it might be cheap and/or not that healthy but it can at least taste good.
Now, if it turned out that Patrick Troughton was going to be the 14th Doctor, my interested would definitely be piqued.
I think it was in 1972, 2 of my male classmates got into Home Economics class. It was also that year that the Betty Crocker award exam allowed males to participate, and I convince a fair number of the lads to take it. I won the thing,and a male friend of mine placed 2nd. I got a nifty silver pin and a grant if I… Read more
Technically not an intro, but still freaking cool.
Nobody seems to even remember the 80's Anime reboot. It was okay.
I mean, GOT is almost objectively the best. I really enjoy The Expanse’s version of the same idea. It’s also true that, as someone has already said, old-style Doctor Who introductions kind of just skip my senses and go straight to my heart.
The Prisoner is similarly bombastic and brass-based, and it’s great
Season 1 Space 1999.
And the remake does a half decent job of updating it. It’s not March, but it has that exciting feeling that I adore.
YES! Another one I can still hum to this day. And yup, if adventure has a soundtrack, this is clearly in there, right alongside the Raider’s March. Just an awesome piece of music.
This is just what adventure looks, sounds and feels like to me.