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#onthebookshelf How To Build a Girl - Caitlin Moran

I am a massive fan of Caitlin Moran.

She fights for libraries, shares my love for Twitter, is cool without trying to be (but probably tried really hard to be when she was younger making her normal which infinitely makes her EVEN COOLER) , comes from a  working class background and pin points the little everyday things you thought were idiosyncratic about your families, and your lives.   623 more words

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#LondonAdventure 19, 20, 21 Primrose Hill, Notting Hill and Portobello Road

This weekend’s adventures married together with the weather like a London match made in heaven. The sun smiled upon the city and like daisies, tired commuters transformed and bloomed, blushed pink by the sun and emerged out of the underground onto the streets, spread across parks and tumbled out from cafes and pubs. 500 more words

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#LondonAdventure no 18 Wicked - The Musical

A few weeks ago, I went to see my first ever West End musical when my friend managed to get press tickets for Miss Saigon… 421 more words

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#LondonAdventure no17 Made in Brasil - The World Cup Kicks Off

Thursday saw the kick-off of the world cup between host country Brazil and Croatia and what better place would there be to watch the game than at a Brazilian bar? 323 more words

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#LondonAdventure no 15 Miss Saigon and losing my musical virginity

There’s something about musicals that have always unsettled me.  Whether it’s their extortionate ticket prices, mad loyal fans, impressions I’ve gotten from Glee and all the camp and glitter, seeing a live musical has just been something I kind of avoided. 231 more words

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#Adventure no14 Budapest, Hungary

After the last Lysia trip away to Berlin, we vowed never to endure the not so ‘Easy Bus’ to Stansted again but with a cheap deal to Budapest as temptation, at the time it seemed like a small price to have to pay.   842 more words

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