Most personality quizzes are fairly even-handed affairs. You could be one sort of a thing in a list (Beatle, emotion, root vegetable) or you could be another, and they’re all roughly the same.
When looking back over the history of humanity (or just the history of Britain), we have our favorite eras. To be a fly on the wall in Chaucer‘s time, to hear him tell “The Miller’s Tale” to an audience with no …
The issues raised by the various adventures of the Doctor and his companions are issues that affect us all, and the way in which we deal with those issues is largely driven by personality.
Long before Lena Dunham and her sharp-eyed take on the social problems, vanities, weaknesses, loves and losses facing (some) young women in the modern world, there was Jane Austen doing the same thing, but, like, 200 years beforehand. …
If you’re not gastronomically adventurous, the idea of sticking your face in a pie or pudding of unknown providence may be a little daunting at first, especially if they are not a fondly-remembered part of your childhood cuisine.
It’s natural that thoughts turn to the year ahead and the kind of changes everyone feels the need to make in order to better themselves in the coming months.
British history books are well served with fierce warrior heroines who would think nothing of ripping your face off if you got in their way. And why not? You’re in their way! Get, like, OUT of their way!
Assuming you’ve got the best grades in the world, the money to pay for it and the time to take, getting an education in one of the top British universities is an extraordinarily good idea. You’ll be taking your place among …
It’s May 4, which means that because of a pun—the pun that is now bigger than an entire galaxy, far, far away— it is Star Wars day.
Never mind the Beatles and their matching jackets; there has never been a rock group where the individual members displayed such preposterously different personalities as the Who.