You hear about a new app and it sounds amazing, so you want to download it and sign up ASAP. You know exactly what you want as your username so you eagerly type it in before waiting for that momentary check to confirm that your chosen username is available. (continue reading…)
I know I’m going to be criticised for this article, but if you post something publicly on social media, you accept that others will see it and will potentially criticise you or what you’ve posted. I understand and accept this myself. Facebook has an abundance of bizarre and moronic posts which can keep you entertained for hours. (continue reading…)
You may or may not have heard about a little thing called the EU referendum. It’s no biggy; just a decision that will shape the future for us and for our children. Unless you’ve been living under a rock or in case you have been living under a rock and didn’t get to read Mother of Delightfully Horrid Boys‘ article a few days ago, you’ll know that is the one of the biggest decisions we’ll ever make. You’ll also know by now that we voted as a nation to leave the EU. (continue reading…)
I read an article in the Daily Mirror yesterday about a woman who took her kid to the play park, only to find a couple of undesirables passed-out in an apparent drug-induced slumber. Quite understandably, the mother was outraged and angry- as would most other normal people be. Play parks aren’t the place for adults without children , alcohol, cigarettes or drugs. (continue reading…)
Running a car is expensive and the annual costs continue to rise each year. The price of insurance and fuel is always on the up and there’s always that unexpected repair (which usually crops up at the time of the month when you have the least money or just after you’ve received your hooker invoice). (continue reading…)
I’m just a normal mother, wife, woman and worker. I finished school at sixth form and flirted with Uni but ended up going straight into employment. I consider myself –not stupid. I have two beautifully wonderful and at times equally horrid boys whom I love more than life itself. And the decision I make at the referendum is scaring the shit out of me. Mainly because it’s not really my future I’m voting on. (continue reading…)
My mobile contract with 3 Mobile is now over and after 6 years of paying more for less upon each upgrade, I finally made the leap and started to look around at the other mobile networks for a better deal.
I’d worked out that given my needs, it would actually work out cheaper to buy a new phone outright and sign up to a SIM-only deal.
I haven’t liked Android phones for a long time now and was disappointed with the Lumina/Windows phones which I looked at because they were just so slow (like a rarely-mentioned, slightly retarded little brother of Android) . Ever since getting my iPhone 4S four years ago I haven’t wanted anything other than an iPhone, so the logical decision was to buy an iPhone 6S. (continue reading…)
I have a little Shih Tzu, who is named ‘Dog’, ‘Terror’, or ‘Stinky’, depending upon the level of trouble he’s caused or what he’s consumed throughout the day (either with or without my consent).
He’s perfectly happy and comes almost everywhere with me (I also took him to work once). He’s been to Edinburgh but really wanted to see London, so I obliged this weekend just gone. (continue reading…)
I know I’m going to get slated for saying this, but sometimes I use the disabled toilets, despite not being registered as disabled. I even have a Radar key (which like midget porn and Thai brides, can be bought on the internet) so that I can use those toilets reserved for those privileged, less able-bodied individuals. The reason for pretending to be disabled when I need a poo is very simple. (continue reading…)