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The most hilarious break up letters ever!

Sunday, 18 March 2012 6 comments



Steven is a big cheat. He deserves a big break up letter.

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Artistic douche bag.

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"SHE'S F****** FAT! WTF?" - WHEN LOWERCASE JUST DOESN'T CUT IT.

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The dog is man's best friend, not Brenda's.

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I want to crawl up inside you like Luke Skywalker.

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Dave has size issues.

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Two things i like about you, you decaffeinated b******.

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Your smile is better than 100,000,000 sparkly trampolines.
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Grow some hair, then call me.
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When ordinary paper won't do it, use cat paper.
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Paul Wesley

Monday, 12 March 2012 3 comments


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Paul Wesley is best known for playing ultra sexy vampire, Stefan Salvatore in The Vampire Diaries. Oh, what I'd give to be Elena for one day! Unfortunately, this Polish stud is married to Torrey DeVitto from Pretty Little Liars *Sigh*. 
Quick Paul Wesley Facts:
  • His full name is Paul Thomas Wasilewski, he changed it to Paul Wesley because it was too hard to pronounce
  • He is of Polish decent
  • As a teenager Paul got a tattoo on his shoulder. It is now covered by a rose.
  • Originally, Paul read for the role of Damon Salvatore on "The Vampire Diaries"
  • He loves winter sports such as ice hockey and snowboarding.
He may be married but he can bite me anytime!

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International Women's Day: Women who inspired change

Thursday, 8 March 2012 2 comments

Today is International Women's Day 2012 and to celebrate i have picked out four women throughout history who inspire me. Women who were strong, independent and stood up for what they believed in.


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Boudica or Boudicca

Boudica, (a.k.a Boudicea) was an ancient British warrior Queen. The leader of the Celtic Iceni, she bravely lead a revolt against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire. After the death of her husband, the Romans had stolen her land and raped her daughters. 

Boudica lead an army who fought against the Roman invaders and she was somewhat successful. However, word soon spread amongst the Roman Empire of a warrior Queen leading an revolt. The Romans fearing an uprising, assembled a large army and a battle ensued between them and Boudica's army. According Tacitus (a Roman senator and historian), Boudica sensed her defeat against the Roman army and rather than be taken as a slave, committed suicide.

The Roman writer Cassius Dio described Boudica as:
“very tall. Her eyes seemed to stab you. Her voice was harsh and loud. Her thick, reddish-brown hair flung down below her waist. She always wore a great golden torc around her neck and a flowing tartan cloak fastened with a brooch.” [2]

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Elizabeth I 
(The virgin Queen) 7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603 

The daughter of Henry VIII, Elizabeth was Queen of England and Ireland and the last reigning monarch of the Tudor dynasty. Elizabeth, who often referred to England as her husband, defied tradition by resisting marriage and insisting that she needed no man by her side to aid her rule. 

Elizabeth defended England against invaders, leading England to victory against the Spanish Armada and despite much opposition remained true to her protestant faith. She is a symbol of female independence, strength and determination.

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Emmiline Pankhurst 
15 July 1858 – 14 June 1928 

Emmiline was the leader of the British suffragette movement which campaigned to gain women the right to vote. She and many other women protested and were arrested several times for their campaign efforts. She herself went on hunger strike whilst in custody.  Emmiline's struggle for women's rights brought about a new era where women were not just homemakers, but useful, smart and equal members of society. 

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Rosa Parks 
February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005

Parks didn't stand up for what she believed in, she sat down and stayed there. By simply refusing to give up her seat on the bus to a white passenger, she started a ripple effect in the America civil rights movement. Though many others also did similar things around that same time, Parks' refusal to stand soon became a symbol of defiance against prejudice, racism, inequality and racial segregation.

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A package from A Daft Scots Lass

Sunday, 4 March 2012 5 comments


I arrived home on Thursday from a very long day at work to find a parcel waiting for me. Not just any parcel, this one had made it's way to me all the way from Africa! I tore it open and inside was a box of Veet wax strips. Yep, you heard me, someone in Africa thinks I'm a hairy beast! Well, not exactly. A few weeks back i entered a competition on Daft Scot's Blog to win a box of Wax strips. All i had to do was comment on the post with an embarrassing waxing story:


Luckily she appreciated my obscure sense of humour and announced me as the winner! Yay me!

So here i was with a box of wax strips and an envelope. Inside the envelope was a little note from the Scots legend herself and also a Daft Scots Lass temporary tattoo! She asked me to take some photos of me wearing the temporary tat. So behold:

Why do hands look so creepy in photographs?

Thank you Scots Lass for brightening up what has been a crazily busy working week for me! 



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