@Martita Watch Nigella Lawson make a cake sometime. You'll get it.
The best moment of the class HAS to be happy baby pose.
@milominderbender 1. LBD 2. trainers You'll be ready to run.
My boyfriend and I had to turn up very early (without having had breakfast) to Saigon airport and while he sat there starving to death I explored. When I got back I told him there was a Pret a Manger around the corner... I have never seen relief and glee spread across someone's face so intensely. He said 'REALLY?!?!?!' and I said 'No. But you can buy frozen snake.'
If this is the official position of The Hairpin, I can no longer consider myself a 'Pinner. *tearfully plucks bobby pin from hair, tosses it on table, plods off Charlie Brown style*
@stonefruit ROTFL... I am completely on Team Cumberbatch and I totally agree with you... it makes me wonder how many horcruxes he'd have to make before I wouldn't hit that.
@Chloe 'Pidge' Spirals@facebook Totally! No one dismisses the hotness of BC, least of all my FORMERLY FAVORITE blog, which I THOUGHT was composed of ladies and all sorts who I THOUGHT knew how to appreciate the unconventional! *rages* *seethes* *unsubscribes* lol.
@Jaya I like the wording "if you feel so inclined."
Serious question: What do you think of a combination of new puppy fund and two charities (cancer research and FGM prevention) and a small amazon registry of cheap (like 10-25 quid)traditional items as options for guests who would like to give something. Also, what is the best way to convey that this is sincerely not mandatory or expected? Plenty of our relatives will WANT to give something, but I don't want our poor artist friends to think they have to shell out a penny to come to our wedding. My worst nightmare is to come off like this fictional nutjob, but I also don't want to end up with a bunch of gifts we don't need that will surely arrive if we don't specify anything.
@lucy snowe Agreed... she fits into the bit about F->F drag and gender parody nicely.