Posts Tagged ‘cow’

Search terms 2

I’ve had a few interesting search terms recently so thought I’d do a second part to my previous Search Terms post. The last search term in this list worries me a bit, although I am pleased that people are stopping here to learn about social etiquette….

baobob
highgate bookshop roof
book maze festival hall lego
my first bikram
wealthymatters
london eye chairoplane
“unspoken rules if social etiquette”
first bikram class
yoga “notify me”
first hot yoga class
i ve made my first wedding cake
cows for brides
evil peppa pig
lasy son resit university
portmanteau words sandwich
gary barlow neighbour
smiking
bikram tickling legs
i can be a worst manager
is big mag cow or pig
all embracing naked photos on olympics
yggdrasil afghan for sale
preschool watermelon temple
renegade squats
sun glasses one direction in eygpt
national estimayed costs bird droppings
the emptiest swimming pool in sf
sexy peppa pig

As a P.S., I’ve tried checking whether big mag is a cow or a pig but the truth is, I may never know….

U is for…

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UNINSPIRED!

I slept too long last night so am a bit lethargic. It’s raining outside. I forgot to bring the lovely swimsuit I bought especially for my holiday. And I haven’t baked in days. My brain is feeling a bit lazy on the creativity front. Let me try a few different U things and see if anything flows.

Under = my brother told me a joke when I was younger that went ‘What do you get if you go under a cow? A pat on the back.’ I knew it must be funny because my big brother had said it and he was way cool. So I told it too. And laughed loads. But I didn’t get it at all.

Umbrella – I’ve never owned one for more than a few days. Every public transport lost property department in England must have one of my umbrellas.

Ukraine – when I was about 19, I watched a Chinese film called House of Flying Daggers. I loved it. The scenery looked beautiful. There was one bit where they’re running through a bamboo forest which looked amazing. I booked myself onto a group trip to China to trek the Great Wall and couldn’t wait to run through a bamboo forest myself. A week or so before leaving for China I was reading a film review of House of Flying Daggers and it said that it was actually filmed in the Ukraine…..

Upside-down cake – I saw someone making one last night on Come Dine With Me. I’ve never made one. Maybe I will.

University – despite wanting to get exams done and out of the way, I do really enjoy the process of learning and being in education. I’m thinking of taking up a short course as soon as my law degree is finished, my second degree by the way. You can never have too many degrees, that’s what I think! What I’m going to actually do with them is a different question! For the moment I’m just going to gather them, like books on a shelf, and have a little look at them every so often.