PawPaws and Bravestarr! :-D
PawPaws and Bravestarr! :-D
Poor cat - I hope it was ok :-( I didn’t find this funny at all!
Number 7 literally made me cry. It’s taken *years* for binge/over-eating to be recognised as an eating disorder - and so many people have been denied the medical help and support they so desperately need. As number 8 says, you can’t tell if someone has an ED by their size - so that overweight person you just harassed and ridiculed on the street might have been battling an eating disorder all their life.
This made me laugh more about my period than I ever thought possible XD The last one especially, only because the other day I went into the local drugstore and bought two packs of pads, a box of super tampons, two boxes of ibuprofen and a giant bar of chocolate. It was only as I laid everything out on the counter in front of the young, male cashier that I realised I really was just a walking epitome of a Hormonal Woman *lol*
The guy that served me just looked really, really nervous… ;-)
Had pretty much every album on here, apart from Gene (hated them!), the Auteurs (am I the only one that don’t know them?) and Promenade by Divine Comedy (had a couple of their other albums though). Bit too heavy on the blur/Oasis for me and a shame not to have any Bluetones in there (though they were never *really* Britpop, although a fantastic band and really nice guys).
Brought back some great memories… :-)
I came out to my dad last week and that was scary enough (even though I was pretty sure he’d be ok - and he was). I can’t imagine how this must’ve been, but I do know the relief not to have it “hanging over you” any more :-)
I do like having the extra storage area, I have to admit, though I would like to be able to buy a bra that looks nice, fits well and doesn’t cost a fortune (usually it’s two out of three, if you’re lucky!)
Lahmacun, pide, kofte, Turkish tea… All my favourites! I’m lucky to live in a huge Turkish area and really spoiled for choice for where to eat. Turkish breakfast is also amazing…
I always laugh at how non-Londoners go out of their way to tell as many people as possible how terrible London is. Do you see people do the reverse? It’s mostly just thinly-veiled jealously and not wanting to even consider the fact that there might be Normal Life outside zone 1. (Though I do love winding non-Londoners up about the North v South thing :-D )
I watched the show pretty much from the start but stopped as soon as Brennan got pregnant. It was far too much of a personality U-turn for me to get my head around (and I managed to get through the whole Zack thing ¬_¬) It was nice to see a show with a strong, female lead that didn’t nead a guy and then - ah, yes. Can’t have *too* strong a female lead, can we?
Shame, cos I loved all the characters in it, but I just found I couldn’t watch it anymore.