My father thought this was hilarious. So did I.

Though it makes me a little uncomfortable now – too many memories – it’s excellent. It’s brutal at times. Scathing cynicsm. Raging hormones. Sexual frustrations. The boredom of marriage. Having a job you hate…

It seemed to be a warning about what the human world was really like.

Now that my life has become like the life of Al Bundy I do not feel like watching it again.

It’s a sitcom, it’s not real, but it stands for the reality of the lives of all too many people. A dead end job. Seeing the same people day in day out. Nothing exciting on the horizon. And the most adventurous most fulfilling days behind them. A reality that cannot be faced and must be denied or one would simply run out the door screaming.

Treat us to a cup of coffee

It's a great joy and honor to be able to create content for our readers. It's nothing short of a calling and if it would not be rewarding we would of course not be doing it. That being said it's also true that it sure doesn't come easy. Thousands and thousands of hours go into providing this website for you. Countless hours of research, reading, studying, discussions, brainstorms, some heated arguments between the driving forces behind this site about the content offered. Honestly, this website costs blood, sweat and tears. Ok, maybe not blood, but plenty of sweat and tears. It’s not cheap either. It’s safe to say that this site is like a full-time job on top of our regular jobs. So what we are asking is this: If you’ve had some fun on our site, you could spread some joy of your own and support us. We are hell bent on improving the quality of this site. If you treat us to just one (hopefully more than one) cup of coffee (3€) we will feel energized to raise the bar. Every donation will strictly be used to improve this website. So no, we won’t actually buy coffee. Thank you very much! PS Yes, this is a picture of Zuzi.