In other news I have just spent two hours of my life in A&E (why is A&E always such a lengthy affair?!) with a fish bone lodged down the back of my throat (oh, so glamorous I know!) So firstly I just wanted to say thank you to Waitrose, your ‘BONELESS salmon fillet’ was very enjoyable especially at 2 o’clock this morning when I was still trying to cough up its contents. Now usually I enjoy a trip to the hospital (because I’m weird and find them interesting) but not today, oh no far from it! I found myself cornered by 3 medical people armed with some very concerning looking ‘tools’ and insisting that they needed to be shoved down my throat. I think not. Much to the annoyance of possibly the most arrogant man to the walk the earth, who failed to see why anybody would object to having a huge piece of metal thrust in their mouth to restrain their poor tongue. (This man clearly wasn’t fond of human kind let alone children so why on earth he was working the children’s ward is beyond me.) Anyway the bone was eventually removed (with some very scary instruments) by another, very friendly and somewhat attractive doctor, who can definitely be considered a friend of mine after becoming so familiar with the back of my throat. Ohh but can I show you the picture of devil bone itself!? No, no I can’t because the arrogant pig from earlier refused to give it to me even though it was technically my property. Well piggy, if you’re reading – enjoy the bone, you foolish man.
Friday, 25 February 2011
Wouldn’t it be nice if my second wish consisted of £495 appearing out of thin air (hardly an unreasonable request) so that I could complete my life and buy this beautiful bag…
Jeremy why do I have to be 18 to have the privilege of being in the audience of your show?! As a dedicated fan (and somebody who needs to get a life…) I think it’s only reasonable that I can attend at the age of 16. Come on, I can’t wait to see the fascinating creatures that appear on your show. I mean it’s quite apparent from the picture below that they’re artistic soles…
Ok, so I also bought this pink blazer. Well I say blazer, I’m not really sure that it is. On the website it’s called ‘Lux Draped Jacket.’ I’m quite happy with this, it’s sits a little like a blazer but hangs much more softly meaning it isn’t so structured and harsh. It’s quite thin and the pastel colour leaves it perfect for spring. (My picture serves it no justice, look on their website.)
I also searched Topshop for some new jewellery since they have a few pieces that are quite original. I found a quirky skull necklace and a pretty ring.
Topshop - £7.50
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Seeing as it’s half term I decided to take advantage of the freedom of being able to apply some colour to my nails (does anybody else have this pathetic no nail polish rule at their school?!.) I went for a colour from my nails inc collection since they're my favourite! Perhaps to some it would be seen as madness spending over £10 on a bottle of nail polish but I honestly see a difference in the quality. (Unless I just tell myself that to justify spending so much money and make myself feel better.) I find that nails inc is so easy to apply and one brush provides a nice thick coat. This particular bottle is called ‘Harriet Walk’ (I love their cute quirky names) and as stupid as it sounds I can’t make up my mind about what colour it is! In a ray of natural light it shines a really deep and sophisticated green, however out of light it seems slightly blue and holds much resemblance to another one of their nail polishes that I love , ‘Chesman Place.’ I am very fond of this colour however it hasn’t managed to earn the title of one of my favourites. The picture below shows it applied, take note that I am awful at applying nail polish so I really serve Harriet Walk no justice!