As someone who Googled “keep monkey as pet legal uk?” the other day, I know first hand that the internet doesn’t always come up with the answer you’re looking for.
In fact, a quick look at the search terms leading people to this blog reveals just how many questions about London are hanging about in the internet ether, and you know what? It’s high time you got some answers.
Never one to leave people in the lurch, four of your most burning questions are below.
“is tesco covent garden open again”
Reports did suggest the mice set fire to empty cereal boxes, held placards aloft above their head and staged a sit in while chanting “We, will, we will not be moved”, eventually they did vacate the premises and Tesco has now reopened. Hip hip hooray for hygiene!
“what to do when you have a bad easter”
Not London related, but this one made me do a sadface. My advice? Shake your fist at the Easter Bunny, then go to a supermarket and buy all the discounted Easter eggs. Every cloud.
“what is the worst thing to do in london”
Hard choice. It’s a toss up between Ripley’s Believe it Or Not! – the name of which I’m pretty sure refers to the admission prices (£26.95 for an adult, £21.95 for a child. Hold on to your mortgages, people) or that strip club where you put pound coins in a pint glass for a dancey dancey. Stay classy, Shoreditch.
“should i visit piccadilly?”
Lovely leaping statues and Laser Quest aside, you won’t find many recommendations for London’s worst circus on this blog. However, if the answer to the question “Looking for a nightclub tonight, ladies?” is “Yes! Please take me to the worst venues in London, where I will almost certainly get accosted by horrendous men for the duration of my visit”, then this is indeed the place for you.
If you have a burning question, leave it below. Go on. Test me. It’ll be funny, or at the very least, mildly informative.