What Things Can’t You Do? Is it being negative to talk about things we “can’t do”? Some people say there’s no such word as “can’t” after all. Well, it is definitely a word and there are definitely things that we simply can’t do. It’s just the way we were made. Three Things That I Can’t Do And […]Read More Three Things That I Can’t Do And One Thing That I Can Do
Things To Do In Aberdeen: HMT Tours If you are a fan of the theatre and always wanted to see a backstage tour then this is for you. This is something I have wanted to do for ages and finally got around to it and I have to say it was well worth it and […]Read More Things To Do In Aberdeen: His Majesty’s Theatre Tour
The cruel year of 2016 has taken yet another celebrity I grew up with in the UK. This time it’s the much-loved comedian, Victoria Wood. I remember watching her sketch shows and laughing so hard – she really was so talented both in front of and behind the camera. One of my favourite sketches from […]Read More Beat Me On The Bottom With A Woman’s Weekly: RIP Victoria Wood
Lies you were told as kids I’m sure that I’m not the only one who was told lies by adults when I was young! Probably the most common one I got told was that if I kept eating too much of the same thing then I’d turn into that particular food. Therefore I should be […]Read More Apparently I Should Be A Crispy Pancake With Square Eyes And No Penis By Now
I love StumbleUpon and I come across lots of interesting articles by using it which I probably would never have found by myself. I usually don’t insult people (well, not out loud anyway) but when I came across this post I couldn’t help but laugh and try to think of some of my own “curse-free insults”… […]Read More I Usually Don’t Insult People But…21 People Were Asked: “What’s The Best Curse-Free Insult You Know?”
Goodbye Old ‘Friends’ The recent deaths of the legends that are Cilla Black, Sir Terry Wogan, Keith Harris, David Bowie, Paul Daniels & Ronnie Corbett among many other greats has once again made me realise it’s a sad fact of life that as we get older the celebrities that we grew up watching on television go to the big […]Read More RIP Brucie | Bruce Forsyth – A Tribute: Nice To See You! Yes, Yes It Was!
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Can you combine the religious aspect of the Easter story, music and the city of Manchester? Yes, you can and it was done in an awesome way in 2006 that, in my opinion, has never had the recognition it deserved. BBC Three marked Easter 2007 with a major event…