Originally posted 2015-11-29 14:55:43. (Note: I started hand writing this November 26, so I figured you should know that fact heading into this week’s review. I was a bit tuckered out by the end of the day, as you’ll soon find out.) You’d think after typing for eight hours straight and writing over 10,000 words…

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Originally posted 2015-11-23 17:13:11. High above the land below (nine stories up to be precise), sits a nefarious creature, bent on the self destruction and ill shenanigans that only that creature could manipulate. It is a lair fit for few brave intrepid souls, and a couple of furry beasts. The heroine of our story, is…

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Originally posted 2015-11-06 12:55:22. It’s been a crazy week. Crazy AWESOME! But I should back up, because I really want you to understand WHY it’s so utterly gobsmackingly fantasticalistically chalked full of woohooohooo’s and *splorts* and O.M.F.S.M. moments. Last year at this time, I was in a pretty bad situation. I had taken a room…

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Originally posted 2015-10-07 02:06:14. I got to sleep in this morning for an extra hour. We had to buy a duvet during the week, as it turned bitterly cold, thanks to the pre-storm to Hurricane Joaquin. The cold weather affects the hubs intensely now, since his chemotherapy and oxaliplatin (the cancer meds that made him…

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Originally posted 2015-10-03 05:00:32. This past week was a shorter one, as the kick-off for the new #100days started on Wednesday. Still, I had a crazy busy week. A visit from a girlfriend who I hadn’t seen in exactly 5 months (minus a day), and another who was around almost daily during my “hibernation” in…

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Episode 1: The River’s Edge The show starts with (who we will soon realise is Jughead*) narrating the entire story, which makes me so delighted from the start. * Juggie was my favourite character, and Cole Sprouse does NOT disappoint in this role. He steps up and takes this character by the crowned beanie tips,…

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When I was little, I was allowed to read one comic series. ONE. The rule maker in the house didn’t know I had secret copies of X-Men and Casper and other happy reads, but I will say I have quite the fondness for the group of characters who called Riverdale their home. Archie comics have…

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So the news broke just over twenty-four hours ago that the newest regeneration of the Doctor is going to be a woman. The internet has broken itself into three main factions: Those who are good with this change. (<<< I cried at the fantasticnessity of this reveal and am so so so excited for the…

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Kiss Kill Marry So, I’m over in Ireland now, but I figured I’d wrap my time up on here with my all time favourite French writer: Alexandre Dumas. Yes, I realise everyone’s heard of The Three Musketeers, but there’s more to him than just that and The Man in the Iron Mask. The Count of…

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So, last week, I gave you the starting craziness of Hugfest2017 in Gatwick. Week 1 finished pretty awesomely, with Canada’s 150th birthday being celebrated in Manchester! My first official Hugfest Hug was from Lucy on June 29th, 2017. I need this day to sit in my heart forever, because it was a pretty epic hug….

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Show: GLOW – Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling Where to find it: Netflix My Rating: Solid 7.5/10 Genre: Historical Comedy Drama Action Reality I’m not even sure if it’d be classed as PG-13? R? I’ll rate it HBO, how’s that? If you let your kids watch Game of Thrones, this shit will be tame in comparison….

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Oh the Nostalgia I’m still in France!! Whatever shall I write about reading now? Let’s see… how about a fun French book! Perhaps this time, I should choose Anias Nin, or Alexandar Dumas, or Victor Hugo.   Let me just bring you up to speed on how much I love these authors. Nin was one…

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I realise I usually leave the rating till the end of the review, but I think in this case, I need to start with it. 9.5/10. Go watch it. It’s fabulous. It’s darker, grittier, and rawer. You’re not going to be heading into this thing with a preconceived notion about how it is going to…

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There’s a part in the movie Dogma, where Ben and Matt are talking to one another about the fact that supposedly Ben’s character (Loki) loves going to the airport to watch people reunite, when in all actuality, he goes to see how awkward the reconnections are after dalliances and situations take place before the person…

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