The first part of the meal was great, but the main which was a cheese fondu we both hated. So now I'm thinking maybe we need to look at other area's since right now there's nothing opening up in the area we're looking for. Basically I sat around for the rest of the afternoon eating and watching football.There was so much alcohol and wine taste to it, it was just horrible. It took about 2 hours of me totally concentrating and trying hard. But I just feel like for the amount of money I'm putting in, settling just isn't an option. And the amount of horrible food I consumed that afternoon/evening was horrendous but, well, that's the super bowl for you I guess.But at least it was a groupon and not a full priced meal otherwise we'd be extremely disappointed. I thought it looked great, but when he went to do his hair it actually turned out to be not so great... He pointed out a lot of my mistakes and it actually kind of upset me. I'm starting to think we'll never find anything at this rate. Now it's another work week (dread) and I can't really think of what to look forward to other than another upcoming weekend.I just felt like, I tried so so hard, spent so much time and energy into it and he couldn't even say anything nice about it. Which I know he wasn't saying to be mean or hurtful, it was just the mood I was in and the way I took it. Jeff already made a reservation for our Valentine's Day dinner, yay! Dinner at this apparently really good steakhouse, then movie time to watch The Vow because I really want it. Set in Springfield, the average American town, the show focuses on the antics and everyday adventures of the Simpson family; Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, as well as a virtual cast of thousands.Since the beginning, the series has been a pop culture icon, attracting hundreds of celebrities to guest star.
The Labour whips’ office in the House of Commons is known to have a copy.
No, it’s not the Labour Party manifesto but the must-have gift for the dear leader’s supporters this Christmas – a 2018 annual dedicated to the unlikely socialist pin-up.
Like Corbyn himself, the hardback is rooted in 1970s tradition, and might appeal to those idealistic young Left-wingers too daunted to tackle traditional texts, like the Communist Manifesto.
‘Oh Jeremy, you’re so funny and dishy,’ she swoons.
The book, billed as a ‘Corbyn- ucopia’ of fun, has been created by brothers Adam and Dicken Goodwin with fellow comedy writer Jonathan Parkyn and has proved a publishing success, even outselling The Beano annual in some stores.‘The first print run sold out in three weeks,’ said Colette Whitehouse, head of marketing for publishers Pavilion.
Instead of complex political theory, the Jeremy Corbyn Annual 2018 contains a word search (can you find ‘proletariat’?