today at 06:00.
Baked. Pecan. Brioche.
All delicious words, non?
The ultimate Mother's day brunch: baked pecan brioche French toast
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yesterday at 16:00.
Either they don't know, or couldn’t be bothered to take responsibility.
Do these men even know where babies come from?
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yesterday at 20:53
Shocking even if they were discussing testicular cancer.
yesterday at 16:59
Lee Stray ^ ridiculous
yesterday at 13:30.
Good news – it's the weekend. Here are 14 lovely treats from the high street to celebrate
The weekend shopping fix
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yesterday at 08:00.
“I’d like a relaxed day with him. Like in a film montage of new lovers laughing in parks and good weather. But with me and a five-year-old."
What would it actually take to achieve the Mother’s Day of your dreams?
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03/24/2017 at 17:01.
Noel Fielding’s anarchic but gentle whimsy and Sandi Toksvig’s no-nonsense head-girl humour has the potential to be a match made in TV heaven.
Why The Great British Bake Off is only getting better
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03/24/2017 at 19:39
"I have no doubt – none at all – that if it had been on in June, instead of August, last summer, Brexit never would have happened." - Brilliant! 😍😂
yesterday at 11:13
Regardless of anyone's opinion on the casting itself can we appreciate what a well written article this is. Seriously, I don't even watch TGBBO (yes, yes, I know, I know) and this article has actually made me question whether I should! 😂 Good work.
yesterday at 15:57
I enjoy watching Sandi but find Noel simply overbearing. The great thing with Mel and Sue was that we all knew that they were genuine friends and that the years of friendship made the rapport between them real. That kind of chemistry takes years to get and sadly I can't see Sandi and Noel having it.
I'll give it a watch when it arrives on C4 but I think it will be a poor relation to the BBC version.
03/24/2017 at 14:21.
"He didn't believe I had my period because 'it's not the 28th'."
What mansplaining can teach us about men
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03/24/2017 at 14:30
I just love it when internet men (not the real men in my life, thank God) make suggestions re: periods, pregnancy, cervixes etc. 'Why don't you just...?' Aye OK, come back to me when you grow lady bits, pal.
03/24/2017 at 14:34
A man once tried to argue with me about the geographical location of the city where I was born. 🙄
03/24/2017 at 15:07
When guys insist on telling me how to get somewhere, which they always do in spite of me having navigated myself far and wide for my whole life, I pretend to listen intently, nodding in agreement (but laughing inside my head) and then walk or drive off in deliberatley the wrong direction. It makes them hop with rage and is the most entertaining and amusing perk of the day.
03/24/2017 at 12:04.
"We've found ways of reconnecting that don’t involve booking babysitters, such as pulling out our dusty, old CDs and turning our daughter's beloved Little Mix off."
Nostalgia can help you remember why you fell in love in the first place
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03/24/2017 at 22:58
Love this - in fact we had our own little LP party last weekend, fuelled by too much Prosecco. The only thing I can't get is how you can go all that time without listening to that music again and again! I get that we don't all listen to everything all the time, but we never stopped listening to the music that bonded us. And bonds us still. It's the most important thing to us.
yesterday at 09:05
if the mindset of your readership is typified by other posts, I'm surprised their men don't take advantage of the temporary distraction of putting on a cd and run out of the door and bugger off permanently.
03/24/2017 at 07:40.
"Resilience doesn’t just mean carrying on your daily routine as usual – it means keeping a cool head, sticking to your values, no matter how volatile things get."
After the Westminster attack, we can be afraid and brave at the same time
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03/24/2017 at 09:27
Minna Salami is this what you mean? Should we use it as an opportunity to examine ourselves and decide what sort of nation we want to be?
03/24/2017 at 10:29
You can't be brave if you're not afraid.
yesterday at 09:44
Laura this is spot on
03/23/2017 at 18:33.
At the risk of sounding a bit "please, think of the children!"... can't we please, think of the children?
Blushers that sound like porn films are not clever or funny
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03/23/2017 at 18:59
I've managed to avoid the whole kardashian klan. Don't even know what they sound like. It's easy if you try.
However I do agree about these godawful names.
Pink. Brahn. Pinkybrahn. Light pink. Dark pink. Maroon.
That should about cover it I think.
Oh nearly forgot. Orringe 😅
03/23/2017 at 18:58
We can't even have makeup without associating it with submissive/passive female sexuality. You choose to wear make up and in that process you are being objectified by the very name it was given. There are plenty of NSFW make up names that do not describe women in degrading ways e.g NARS orgasm, but here the ones that do are simply adding to the problem with female sexuality in society as a whole.
03/23/2017 at 18:43
How would children even know? At least names like that make them memorable! Deep Throat blusher is the only description of any item in my make up bag I can remember.
03/23/2017 at 15:49.
Watching Love Actually is like eating an entire panettone: at the time, it feels rich and seasonal, but before long you realise you’ve just eaten a loaf of bread for no reason.
The problem with being a secret Richard Curtis fan
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03/23/2017 at 16:21
I am ridiculously excited about this. Not even trying to lie about it. I bloody loved Love Actually. I've got a degree in Film, I can unpick a movie with the best of them. But I bloody well refuse to unpick Love Actually cos I bloody well loved it!
03/23/2017 at 19:47
Richard Curtis films generally, yes (for all their faults, we'll described here, though i've not seen the boat that rocked). Love Actually, NO! It's bloody awful and offensive. Not even Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman can save it.
03/24/2017 at 10:47
My favourite scene in love actually is when Lynden David Hall sang at the wedding. He was having treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma cancer at the time and died later.😥
03/23/2017 at 14:05.
It's a five-week month, so we're *skint*, but it's nice to look anyway.
9 of the best mid-season sale buys
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03/23/2017 at 11:05.
All the facts, in one place.
Everything we know so far about the Westminster Attack
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03/23/2017 at 09:44.
Women who have taken the pill at some point in their reproductive life, are less likely to develop bowel cancer, endometrial cancer or ovarian cancer.
The pill can protect women from certain types of cancer, study finds
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03/23/2017 at 23:43
Where is the link to the actual study? There's only a link to a Guardian article about the study and that article has no links or references anywhere.
03/24/2017 at 07:17
Or they're more likely to have their health regularly monitored...
03/24/2017 at 07:23
Clare OS apparently my risk was reduced by a fifth and it still found me! Just my luck😂
03/22/2017 at 19:43.
This is exactly why women don't go on University Challenge
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03/22/2017 at 20:14
Yes but a woman has no value if she's not deemed attractive enough duh 🙄🙄🙄😡
03/23/2017 at 11:48
Don't read comments made in crap newspapers. They talk crap. If there is a hot guy on uni we mention it (a lot) as it's so uncommon. Why is it ok to say the men on there are nerds or unattractive. Why should anyone even be talking about it. We all do. It's bollocks and wrong but I'm as bad as the next person.
03/22/2017 at 20:33
It is somewhat similar to the case of the show Taboo, which purports to be a gritty depiction of globalism and the influence of large corporations.
However it is in fact a Tom Hardy vanity project so the only people who watch or comment on it are horned-up women banging on about how hot he is.
03/22/2017 at 16:43.
Did we really need to learn about ox-bow lakes? Could we not have had lessons in asking for a pay rise, or how much to tip hairdressers?
Things I wish I’d been taught at school
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03/22/2017 at 17:11
“Turn up, work hard, don’t be a pain in the arse” as work place advice? Teachers would have a much more productive working life if parents encouraged their children to adopt this strategy at school.
03/22/2017 at 16:55
Tipping hairdressers isn't a thing round these parts. Sounds like nobody went to finishing school in my area. Strangely vacuous question though. I'm sure I could get through life without having learned simultaneous equations or being able to quote Louis MacNeice's poetry. But these things helped developed my logical and critical thinking skills, along with my personality. You need to look beyond what is being taught and ask yourself why - longer-term.
03/22/2017 at 16:49
These sound more like the kind of education you get from parents at home, rather than school?
03/22/2017 at 14:27.
I murdered my ex and fed her to dogs, but dude, it was a mistake
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03/22/2017 at 15:41
"Society the world over will ignore the murder of a women to preserve the dominance of male privilege." SPOT ON. He sees it as a little mistake because he cannot conceive of a woman being an actual person. If he'd killed a man I know this would have been treated differently.
03/22/2017 at 14:42
So confessing in court to the murder and disposal of your ex-girlfriend, you can be sentenced to 22 years but you can be released on bail and play football? #worldgonemad #footballtrumpingmurder
03/22/2017 at 19:05
Footballers are forgiven any crime. Their feet and sporting prowess is all important, not their actions off the pitch.
Think of ALL men - footballers, rock stars, actors, movie producers who violate women and walk away untouched because they are good at something..... this man makes my stomach turn. Vile grotesque evil beast.
03/22/2017 at 11:35.
"Mother’s Day is hard for me – each promotional email is like a jab in the heart, and shops filled with banners and flowers make me sorrowful."
Coming to terms with Mother’s Day when you are motherless
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03/22/2017 at 12:35
Here's some advice from a cruse for anybody who's missing their mother this Mother's Day 💛
03/22/2017 at 12:26
Excellent tip re the spam filter!!
It's 11 years since I lost my mum and like every commercialised celebration it seems to have a bigger impact each year. Theres a little voice that lives in my head which is my mum when shes being deeply cynical about something, and so i'll find myself chuckling away in Tesco about what she'd say about all the commercial crap nowadays!!
Mel De Castro Pugh
03/22/2017 at 22:25
It's a bittersweet day for me. I lost my wonderful adoptive mum suddenly when I was 24, but found my birth mum some twelve years later, and we have a great relationship. It's a tricky one.
03/22/2017 at 09:20.
It is important to reiterate again and again that looking at these leaked images is a crime, not a joke.
Revenge porn is a crime we must decry for all women
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03/22/2017 at 19:57
What's sad is the blame goes towards the women well they shouldn't do this and they shouldn't do that no people should respect privacy even intimate things BOTH people do in a relationship should never be exposed from either party.
03/22/2017 at 19:29
When i hear men that i know joking about thibgs like this it upsets me so much
03/21/2017 at 19:02.
Who among us has not been Donna, who, like Icarus, flew too close to the sun of a Mad Night Out, and came plummeting down the next morning?
Donna has become the epitome of Saturday night vs Sunday morning
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03/24/2017 at 00:02
Rachel Yetta read this and remembered that time when we lived on 34th & 1st and our very own chic Donna Keher had that crazy night out and woke up with smeared mascara and one earring :) Wish we could've posted that episode!
03/21/2017 at 19:47
Michael McNair I don't even make it to Sunday morning before this is me, this is me about midnight the same night 😂😂
03/22/2017 at 16:52
Janine Clark this made me giggle as it is the type of thing you would say! Also: "you've sweated out a bottle of wine in your sleep" ahahaha
03/21/2017 at 16:30.
We don't often hear about women sexually harassing their employees, but it still happens.
When it comes to bad bosses, gender doesn't come into it
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