British retailer Marks & Spencer, in conjunction with Oxfam, have been doing a bit of research into clothes styling in relationships.
Among the findings was that, for the first few months (the honeymoon phase) of a relationship, you can pretty much get away with most things you’re wearing.
But after that, your partner will . . . → Read More: Wh/sWW – What is he/she Wearing on Wednesday?!?!
Another Valentines Day has come and gone.
On the train on the way home, I saw a few people carrying flowers or chocolates. I didn’t see any deliveries of any to my office, but my floor is mostly guys so that, whilst somewhat sexist, is also somewhat understandable.
Did any of you get (or do) . . . → Read More: FOdbF – Flowers On (the day before) Friday
I’m 36, single and haven’t been in a relationship for about five years now, after my long term partner, now ex, decided he preferred being a bachelor. I’ve started to feel lonely the last couple of years on my own, and although I loathe being a cliche, the biological clock IS beginning to tick and . . . → Read More: Must Love Cats
I am feeling a tad whimsical as I write this post so I hope you are willing to indulge me J
Earlier this week, Little Miss Poppit made a comment about the tale of Abelard and Heloise. LMP also made the observation that a lot of historical events involve a tragic love story. I confess . . . → Read More: Where did all the love (letters) go?
I have a confession to make – I have a celebrity crush.
His name is Charlie Hunnam and he is an actor in my favourite show of all time – Sons of Anarchy (no judging people lol).
Thanks to the internet – I can tell you many, many things about Charlie . . . → Read More: Celebrity Crush
Richard Glover is a writer whose columns span a huge gamut of topics, and I almost always enjoy them. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes gently amusing, sometimes insightful. In the article Forget about pot luck – step into the sunlight, he draws a parallel between plants that blossom best when positioned properly with relationship to the sunlight, . . . → Read More: Soaking up the Sun
With trolling being a popular topic in the media at the moment, and some disagreement among people whether disagreement (particularly whether someone expressing their own belief, ie. one of a racist viewpoint) is true trolling, I was thinking of the intracies of disagreement on the internet (or outside of it).
I was interested in your . . . → Read More: Topics on Tuesday: Respectfully disagreeing
So I have recently just been to my high school reunion (20 years people – sigh). It was fantastic and I had a wonderful weekend catching up with people, some of whom I haven’t seen for 10 years or more. When I told people I was going back to my hometown for my reunion I . . . → Read More: Reuniting
Well, we know what Pokey and Ghryswald got up to on the weekend.
What did you do?
It’s 10:57pm on Sunday, and I’m settling down to write the MMM.
I’m on the couch, my feet are up, and it’s time to write. I expect it will take me, more or less -glances over at Smoph- half an hour to write.
I say “half an hour” because Smoph is currently washing the dishes . . . → Read More: MAAM – Multitude of Alternative Activities on Monday