The Expeditor

No, this is not a post in which I will gush about Gordon Ramsay’s awesome expediting skills.

This post is a theory I have, about a particular type of character I have seen too many times in fiction. I have also seen a character like this in a TV show.

Introducing to you The Expeditor: A character who tends to speed up the learning curve of the other characters.

The Co(r)ns of Cooking Tutorials

Hehehe, very punny spelling error, no?

I really like watching people cook amazing food online. Gordon Ramsay and Tilly Ramsay cook me awesome virtual food when I’m too tired to eat real food.

But there are some things that I want to tell people who post recipe videos online. And this is a list of exactly those things that I’d like to whisper in their ears as they work their magic on food and spices.

Business Lessons from Lord Voldemort

Say what you will, Lord Voldemort is the ideal businessman. Even though he failed in the end, did he not manage to create a spell of utter terror, right from the day he unleashed the Basilisk, till the day he cast his last Avada Kedavra?

Inviting you to look closer into this widely hated character.

Curiosity never killed the cat!

‚ÄčOut of all the possible reasons that could have killed all a cat and its remaining eight lives, I wish to strike ‘curiosity’ off the list.

Why?

Because curiosity (in moderate degrees) helps you function better and achieve success. It is the reason why we have libraries, museums, folk tales, stories and even cool gadgets. And a wireless AirPod.

Join me at the “Against” side of a debate on this idiom: Curiosity killed the cat!