Fun and Random Factoids 28.03.2017

‘Glitter is so unique it can be used as forensic evidence if matching glitter is found at the crime scene and on the suspect since glitter often goes unnoticed by the suspect.’ *Source Strip-club goers beware 😉 -Mliae

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Is it Possible to NOT Lie?

Hi there, Today I got Busted. With a capital B, for ‘lying’. Not outright lying, or pathological lying, but white-lie lying. And when I tried to defend myself, the reply I received was ‘you lie all the time about this stuff’. I was gobsmacked. I mean…REALLY?! I’ve always considered myself a rather straight forward person, with…

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Quirky Quotes 22.03.2017

“Never make eye contact with a stranger when you’re having a churro.” -Rucy Ban, All My Life *Photo credit: Appalachian LeadershipAcademy

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Product Review: Ted Baker sunglasses

What is it ‘they’ say? That nice sunglasses are lost in a second and you can never get rid of that emergency cheapo pair you purchased on the beach 8 years ago. In many cases, this saying proves absolutely true. But…knock on wood…This fantastic pair of Ted Baker shades have lasted me two whole summers…

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Just popping in to say ‘Hi’

Hello all 🙂 I’ve missed you! Surgery recovery is taking much longer than I had hoped. True, I was informed that I would be on bed rest for weeks, but as I can’t seem to cope with doing nothing, these 2 weeks have been sooooooo slllooowwwww. I thought this feature comic perfect, as if I…

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Getting to know you 15.03.2017:Another WTF moment- Social Fail

That moment when someone you don’t know so well does something nice for you and you geek out (Like- OK, Thanks! Thank you 🙂 Bye!) and then worry about it All. Day. Long. Then make yourself look like an idiot for worrying about it. Social Fail. Why do we do that?! Anybody else with me?…

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The guys guide to female communication: what she says vs. what she means

In today’s age of gadget driven communication, it’s more important than ever to pay attention to social and physical cues to decipher the message. There are countless books out there which tackle this message, but sometimes its so blatantly obvious that one must chuckle at the inability to take a hint. *Guys, ladies hint… A…

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Surgery

Hi all 🙂 Today’s post is a short one, as I’m just coming to my senses after major surgery.  Since I complain on the regular about people blogging after a few drinks, I don’t want to be a super hypocrite by blogging while waayyy heavily medicated. Just wanted to let you guys know that so…

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Quirky Quotes 07.03.2017

“The whole point of straws, I had thought, was that you did not have to set down the slice of pizza to suck a dose of Coke while reading a paperback.” -Nicholson Baker, The Mezzanine *Photo credit: Appalachian LeadershipAcademy

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Super Sustainable Wardrobe Clean-out!

OK, I did it. And you would not BELIEVE the size of the discard pile! Many of you know that I have made a promise to myself, and to you, that I would not purchase any items this year that are not made of 95%(difficult to find elastin-free items)-100% natural fibre. That means: Cotton (the…

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Coconut Curry Hummus

Originally posted on Love & Umami:
Have we mentioned that we adore hummus?! On toast, in our buddha bowls, by the spoonful….hey, don’t judge! Hummus is such a common staple of ours, that we are always looking for new flavor combos to change it up. This creamy and delightful recipe was inspired by this Thai Coconut Curry hummus.…

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Getting to Know You 02.03.2017: Blogging Turn-Off’s

What are some of your biggest blogging turn-off’s that make you hit that un-follow button? My answer: Blogs that still sport WP templates (i.e.; ‘This is where your feature post is displayed’) on their pages is the biggest. Having to search difficult to navigate home pages in order to find recent posts is another turn-off….

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Recycled Book Reading Challenge: Dante’s Inferno

A classic piece, I was so excited when I saw this book…and for all of 10 pennies! I think most of us are familiar with Dante’s 9 rings of hell. In the 1300’s, Dante gets lost in the woods. When Virgil, a ghost, offers to help him find his way back. Virgil can lead Dante…

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