Nowadays it's extremely easy to fall into the trap of thinking you have it all. The years of studying and training have paid off. You've got a partner who isn't completely repulsed by everything you say and do, the house/car/kids thing is ticking along as you thought it would and you've a family/group of mates you wouldn't change for the world. Meals out, holidays and half-day flexi-time Fridays are all within your means. If you're extremely fortunate, come the end of the month you may be able to chuck a few quid in a pension pot. You've made it. And well done, give yourself a pat on the back. The boy/girl done good. Just like they said you would. However, for all your veritable triumphs there's one particular that you oughtn't permit yourself to forget. You may possess all of the above and more but you will never be Bill Murray. Here are 10 reasons why. *Disclaimer - this list could have easily stretched to 108 pages but its author has already used too many hours watching videos of the great man.
Out of touch, out of date and out of work. With no other discernible skills of any real use to society, I thought I'd give this a bash. My main focuses are food, music, sport and anything remotely related to ISS Pro 98. I spend half of my life listening to records and the other half wondering whether it'd be possible to become John Cooper Clarke's mate. He, alongside Stephen Fry and Countdown's Rachel Riley, should run the country.