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Bottomless on a budget in LDN

So this week has been really sad for me. First, Samantha is still in Bali getting browner by the second whilst it’s chucking it down in grotty watty 708 more words

Bourne to make you happy

Now if you have googled “best brunches in London” as much as I have, you will have definitely heard of B&H and seen the photos of their botanist bliss. 554 more words

Deep Waters

Glittering eyes electric blue –
Deep pools of sorrow,
And within their depths
Such uncomfortable truths.
Scintillating, yet damaged eyes –
Memories drag her down, like… 32 more words

Poetry

a Chucking good time

So our first post is a local brunch for us, Chuck burger bar. Now Samantha is actually on holiday at the moment tanning it up in Bali…literally don’t, it rained today..a lot,┬áso 390 more words

Looking into "Abyss"

Depressives use the phrase “over the edge” all the time to delineate the passage from pain to madness. This very physical description frequently entails falling “into an abyss.” It’s odd that so many people have such a consistent vocabulary, because the edge is really quite an abstracted metaphor. 1,010 more words

Know Your Words

Roka, Aldwych. Bottomless Brunch Review.

Available on Saturdays and Sundays, the Roka Aldwych bottomless brunch is not one to miss. Enjoy 12 courses of Japanese food in a contemporary setting, washed down with unlimited┬áred or white wine throughout your meal… umm yes.

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Our Top 5 Brunch Spots

If you’re like us, then you really like the word bottomless! Especially when it comes to anything drinkable or eatable. Due to our work schedules, we don’t have too many weekends together. 284 more words