By Nick J. Thorpe
When was once the final time you attempted whatever really new?
the trendy international is filled with chances, adventures and pleasure but in addition workouts. The day-by-day grind could make us ignore the previous as we embody the monotony of the latter. it may be tough to extract ourselves from the comforting include of our favorite television programme, foodstuff or jumper.
For one guy, the boredom of this very glossy existence turned an excessive amount of to endure. And so he challenged himself to deal with it. beginning small, his undertaking quickly grew into one life-changing yr. fifty two New issues is the tale of 1 guy who determined to place down the Monster Munch, change off the television and do anything diversified. He travelled, he danced, he flew, he drove throughout continents, yet most importantly, he begun asserting convinced to the hilarious and bewildering stories that existence has to provide. And he has the Christmas unmarried, the tattoo and absence of physique hair to end up it.
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Their pursuit of all things retro has led to a fierce resurgence in beard appreciation, to the point that some hipsters in New York are even opting for ‘beard transplants’. Seriously. But on the other hand we have the ongoing craze for half beards, or stubble. Driven almost entirely by Calvin Klein models and Premiership footballers, stubble in all shapes and sizes is now sported with as much vigour and enthusiasm as the nipple-length beards of hipsters. We could argue for weeks about whether a microscopically thin line of hair from the sideburn to the chin which follows the contour of the face is actually a beard, but to what end?
What was to blame? Gillette, of course. The invention of the disposable razor, combined with a ludicrously large marketing budget, meant that ad execs suddenly managed to convince us that having a beard was tantamount to being homeless. Suddenly, clean shaven was the new look and beards were out. It is a marvel of modern marketing – convincing half the world’s population that they need to shave every day, and that to do so means buying excruciatingly expensive disposable razors. And what happens when sales start to level out?
By losing touch with our older generations, we’re not only losing touch with that hilarious old drunk guy at our cousin’s wedding who drinks too much whiskey and tries to hump the waitress, we’re losing touch with our family, our history and our past. With age comes great wisdom (and fabulous ear hair), and to ignore that is unforgivable. When I embarked on my 52 New Things journey, I was keen to try things that would genuinely change my life and make me a better person. At the time, my grandad was the ripe old age of 98 and lived in the Midlands, around a two-hour drive from me in London.
52 New Things. The least famous Nick Thorpe in the world and his journey to conquer the boredom... by Nick J. Thorpe