Now that Luis and I have a little one, our valentines day is a little different. Last year we cooked lunch together while E jumped in his bouncy. 431 more words
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Economics essay, 1991.
Adam Smith, noted tight-arse Scottish economist, successfully demonstrated his theory of supply and demand by only serving haggis to his house guests. Fried haggis for breakfast, haggis sandwiches (thin sliced haggis between two thick slices of haggis) for lunch, and a haggis roast at dinner. 43 more words
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Hello, my name is Tasia Ling-Marriott and this is the first post of a weekly blog which (as stated in the tagline) will be full of weirdness… but not just that, it will also feature swords (and sword fighting), gothic-y stuff, motor trikes, horror and short stories. 90 more words
In the AB world, the graveyard of regrettable purchases stretches for miles in every direction, a barren and blighted necropolis marked by inexplicably cute headstones and forever haunted by the souls of dollars wasted, never to return. 1,471 more words