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The unity of Words

The glorious Rik, The Young Ones Punk declared that “sticks and stone may bbbbwake my bones …”

Words can’t merely hurt; they can annihilate the spirit. 86 more words

Exciting news...

You’ve probably already heard the hilarious story about American tourist, David Willis, getting trapped in the Trafalgar Square branch of Waterstones (a bookstore).  If you haven’t, here are the basics:  Willis was browsing on the upper level at the end of the day for about 15 minutes.  330 more words


Blog - Waterstones. A locked-in tourist. And a new opportunity to get more customers.

So meet David Willis, he is a tourist from Texas who is visiting London. During his visit he went into a Waterstones book shop to have a look around. 121 more words


Spend A Night At Waterstones (willingly)

What’s the worst that could happen to a leading book retailer? In this day and age, one could argue: Kindle, Google Books, and all tablets and readers available on the market. 113 more words


An ode to tan

I absolutely love tan shoes.

They are the go-with-anything, tried and tested champions of the wardrobe world. I really avoid wearing black shoes or boots if I can, although I’m slowly starting to warm to them again after a few peeks at the latest lineups over at… 387 more words


Top Five: weirdest news stories of the week

The news is usually filled with doom and gloom; but some stories just leave you scratching your head. We’ve brought you the five most bizarre stories from around the world this week. 446 more words

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London Update

Oh Monday, here you are again! I hope everyone had a lovely weekend, the weather was pretty nice yesterday – hence the standard riverside photo that goes alongside this post! 184 more words