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Aberrant

Varying or deviating from the usual or normal course, form, or location.


 

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  1. I just found a fantastic supplement to aid in a wholistic recovery. Everyone needs to stop submitting to the processed-food mafia and get back to *real* nutrition. That just goes to show what happens when global corporations can get their hands on our personal information!

  2. Why does sexuality still define us? Isn’t it amazing that we can find £30bn to spend on Trident but we can’t afford even basic woodwind lessons for all Primary school pupils? I suppose that’s why I don’t let society define my gender!

  3. At quiet moments I sit in my study and consider an urgent issue. Would there be all this fuss about Assange if he was gay? The left needs to unite and stop letting the neo-fascists talk down to us.

  4. I was talking to friends at the local fair-trade delicatessen and we’re agreed. In an age of rampant consumerism and on-demand television, can we really be surprised that the new generation would rather listen to hip hop than appreciate the subversive nature of the works of Arnold Schoenberg? Do you think the multinational corporations would let that happen?

  5. Chatting to the builder sprucing up our conservatory, I started to ponder. Of course I care about Syria but where was the outrage when refugees were fleeing Iraq? I suppose that’s why I don’t let society define my gender!

  6. As one of only a handful enjoying a remarkable Rumanian reproduction of The Master and Margarita in our local art-house theatre I couldn’t help but wonder what today’s culturally degenerated youth were doing instead? How can we expect the next generation to get their five-a-day when even Waitrose don’t sell traditional British apple varieties? Cameron and his cronies simply have no idea of the struggles faced by ordinary British families like us.

  7. I just found a fantastic supplement to aid in a wholistic recovery. In an age of rampant consumerism and on-demand television, can we really be surprised that the new generation would rather listen to hip hop than appreciate the subversive nature of the works of Arnold Schoenberg? Just another lie we bought from the Lib Dems.

  8. With my youngest at violin lessons twice a week and the oldest getting really into her aquarels at the moment, do I really have time to get involved in the local community? Judging children’s abilities by standardised exams denies them their unique individuality and the expression of their culturally distinct identities. That’s what we learned from Toussaint L’Ouverture.

  9. I love Israeli fruit in the Winter but does it not taste bitter knowing what’s going on in Palestine? When pickling one’s own sauerkraut, hand-picked juniper berries are simply a non-negotiable necessity. Volunteering and community have been killed by Cameron’s ‘Big Society’.

  10. It occured to me recently after an entire afternoon at the Southwell vintner, had we tasted anything that could match the Malbecs we had on our most recent trip to Chile? Nigel Slater’s dumbing-down of cookery means he rarely uses any of the interesting ingredients in my local deli. The left needs to unite and stop letting the neo-fascists talk down to us.

  11. As one of only a handful enjoying a remarkable Rumanian reproduction of The Master and Margarita in our local art-house theatre I couldn’t help but wonder what today’s culturally degenerated youth were doing instead? You can’t tell whether a small chain is real or just a front for Te$co. Unless we send out a clear message to the Bob Diamonds and Howard Schultz’s of this world they will never learn!

  12. One conversation dominated the interval chit-chat at my most recent visit to the Globe Theatre. When it comes to buying seafood, it just simply isn’t worth trying to save a few pounds choosing dredged over hand-caught scallops. That’s just one more reason why we must stop multinationals from buying up British companies!

  13. Chatting with the barrista at my favourite Crouch End café this morning stirred a thought. I mean, I’m not saying that I have never fallen foul of watching Big Brother, but come on, we’ve got to have some standards. That’s what we learned from Toussaint L’Ouverture.

  14. I was chatting with the usher before a recent afternoon recital at the National Ballet and he made a great point. In an age of rampant consumerism and on-demand television, can we really be surprised that the new generation would rather listen to hip hop than appreciate the subversive nature of the works of Arnold Schoenberg? Do you think the multinational corporations would let that happen?

  15. Chatting to the builder sprucing up our conservatory, I started to ponder. I would rather vote for the BNP than let my three year old eat anything sold in Asda! Just another lie we bought from the Lib Dems.

  16. With my youngest at violin lessons twice a week and the oldest getting really into her aquarels at the moment, do I really have time to get involved in the local community? I mean, I’m not saying that I have never fallen foul of watching Big Brother, but come on, we’ve got to have some standards. Where have all the real socialists gone?

  17. I was talking to friends at the local fair-trade delicatessen and we’re agreed. Are we opressing Bradley Manning more by imprisoning him, or by forcing him to live as a man? It’s a shame no-one was listening when I warned about the dangers of GMOs.

  18. With my youngest at violin lessons twice a week and the oldest getting really into her aquarels at the moment, do I really have time to get involved in the local community? It’s absurd we haven’t yet reached full equality for all ethno-sexual persuasions. Why can’t we all just get along?

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