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Friday Feeling!

OH HAI HUNS! You good? Yeah, you look good. You been working out? Thought so coz, you are looking ON POINT GIRL. Last two weeks has been fun as fuck. Here’s what went down. Catch ups with pals Caught up with some of my panto cast to yarn away about what we’ve been up to since shaking off our Christmas glitter over drinks and burgers on the Southbank, then had my two best gals come over for hangs in the garden and Sunday Shepherds Pie. Just good old fashioned lovely laughter and  ...

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Friday Feeling

Here’s ten good things from this week that have all contributed to this BITCHING FRIDAY FEELING AMMA RIGHT LAYDEEZ? (And gents of course, I love all you male BHB readers too, especially when you continue to read after all the gin and period chat). 1. THE KING’S BIRTHDAY. When I say the King, I clearly mean my Dad. He is the bloody king of men. ALL WHO GREET HIM SHARE IN HIS GLORY and so we celebrated his day of birth with a slap up meal (that incidentally he paid for. Cheers  ...

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Afternoon Tea at Luton Hoo

Beautiful, lavish and elegant are not words traditionally used to describe Luton. In truth, my birth town has a pretty bad rep, having won some less than pride making awards including ‘Worst Town Award 2004’. WICKED. But also, it birthed ME so it can’t be all bad eh?! Additionally, just a mere hop, skip and a jump away from London, on the outskirts of Luton, lies the gorgeous Luton Hoo. Once owned by diamond magnate Sir Julius Wernher it’s now a stunning hotel, spa  ...

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Beefeater London Distillery- The Home of Gin

Earlier this month, amidst the tourists snapping away at the shouting street performers, visitors to Covent Garden clapped their eyes on a massive mechanical installation, right slap bang in the middle of the cobbles all to celebrate one the greatest inventions ever to grace this fair and mighty planet. GINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My phone started going nuts as loyal pals who are familiar with my penchant for Mother’s Ruin started tweeting and texting me this glorious  ...

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