Cold cream and a warm wet washcloth. End of.
Cold cream and a warm wet washcloth. End of.
Apparently #7 is how they get shampoo commercials to do the effortless hair-flips and rippling waves of shiny locks. There’s a dude in a morph suit running his hands and arms beneath it.
If they goes after Her Majesty’s stellar set of hats next, I will cut a Buzzfeed.
You’d think a gentleman like the Doctor might’ve stepped in to stop the sexual assault going on in that kiss photograph… :/
Aaaaah the wee white handlebar moustache on forefront kitty in #36! I’d name that cat Colonel Piffle Codswallop Big Game Hunter the Third.
I beg to differ on #11. Sweet & meaty can be a great combo. Maple-cured salmon, teriyaki meats…I even drop a spoonful or two of brown sugar into my spaghetti Bolognese sauce or chilli…I mean, a lot of BBQ sauces and marinades have a touch of sugar or molasses in them…because it’s delicious.
Clearly you should just put bacon in your shakshuka and everyone can win. (Except those keeping kosher…)
Hate marshmallows in anything. Brown sugar nut crumble topping, for me!
What we need is a .gif of Disney’s Iago stuffing the Sultan full of revenge crackers.
Haha that duck only caught fire because the H&S authorities flipped out after what happened in Liverpool (different company, much laxer safety protocols, idiot sank because he didn’t turn the pumps on,) and made the London ducks pack their vehicles with floaty foam…including around parts of the engine that create friction and, er, heat, so, um, maybe we should’ve left those bits alone, yes?
Err beware the whipping the potatoes too much—this busts the gluten cells in the potato and can turn it into something strongly resembling heavy glue. I’d go for a good ol’ masher to be on the safe side.
It’s also EVERY OCTOBER. Sneaky schedule.
Sainsbury’s Brie & Cranberry turned out to have a lot of grapes and I counted one smear of red and a bit of skin that may have been a cranberry once upon a time. Bit of a shock.
We did that in school, but my teachers didn’t really insist on pinpoint accuracy in the northern portion. If you could name at least two of the big islands like Baffin, Victoria or Ellesmere and get the general shape of the layout of the rest of the islands correct, that was good enough.
While I applaud Debenham’s move, I object to the ‘real women have curves’ line of thinking. Real women are real women. Some are thin. Some are fat. Some are short. Some are tall. Some wear skirts. Some wear trousers. Some are masculine. Some are feminine. Some are homemakers. Some work outside the home. Some are parents. Some are childfree. Some are born with bodies that may not match their gender identity. Women are everything in between and beyond This or That.
“We never intended to cause offence” is the worst fauxpology, ever. It focuses on their intent, their feelings, and tacitly brushes off offence as someone else’s problem, or worse, someone else’s choice, ergo their own fault. How about instead of wondering if people are oversensitive, you ask yourself if you’re not being sensitive enough? How about “We are sorry we hurt people by our choices and actions.” End of.
Leaky’s in Inverness, Scotland! WOOD STOVE, SOUP, BOOKS, PRINTS. All second-hand and antique books, so maybe it doesn’t count? Most on the list seem to be selling new books.
Miley and Kanye, though.
Forsyte Saga? C’mon.
“Eh?” has a socio-grammatical purpose, and always has a question mark. You can’t just stick it anywhere!
Where is your Anne Shirley, people, c’mon, seriously, I mean really, think about it, like what are you smoking, let’s all take a step back, give it a moment and ANNE. “CALL ME CORDELIA.” “RED-HEADED SNIPPET.” “WITH AN E.” SHIRLEY.
And now to present the other side of the argument, we have the Merlin fandom.
I’ve heard some people use a program called ExPat Shield and it can give people outside the UK access to the BBC iPlayer. Otherwise I’d check various documentary hosting sites.
Check carefully—you may have been in London, Ontario.
…when you recognise #12 as being Canadian even before you notice the Sechelt sign on the left…
In the comments: “I saw a few episodes and didn’t like it.”
“You can’t say you don’t like it unless you’ve watched all of it!”
“I’ve watched all of it so far and don’t like it.”
“OMG what kind of moron watches hours and hours of a show they don’t like?” Just sayin’.
Forsyte Saga & Forsyte Saga: To Let. God, I want to go drinking with June and Irene.
Dead Like Me. Ignore the film, we need Rube.
I see a distinct lack of a Timmy Ho’s double double. C’moooon Canada!