A MUM told how her daughter took inspiration from her husband's cheeky Valentine's card to her to create her own special card - with hilarious results. Rachel Peverley, from Northumberland, was gifted the rude Harry Potter Valentine from husband Michael on February 14. It plays on the words of Harry's famous defence charm "expecto patronum" to say "expecto penis" and is strictly for grown ups... But her girl sweetly created her OWN version... with very mixed results. Now Rachel is trying, and failing, to convince her girl the card should have read PEN. Writing on the Facebook site The Unmumsy Mum, Rachel wrote: "My daughter drew me a lovely picture today... by copying the Valentine’s Day card my hubby got me." She added: "Can’t wait to explain this one on the return after half term!" Rachel explained she had tried to convince her girl was was actually saying "pen". "She kept asking if she was saying it right, I’ve tried to make her believe it’s 'Expecto my … [Read more...] about Mum’s horror after her daughter recreates her husband’s very rude Harry Potter Valentine’s Day card
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Star Wars film back to back? Can you quote any character from any tome of Harry Potter on demand? Did you have to be surgically removed from Super Mario Brothers on the Nintendo as a child? Would you pick Game of Thrones as your Mastermind specialist subject? Was your best-ever birthday present a Spiderman outfit? And was it for your 35th birthday…? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to one or more of the above, or can fully empathise with someone who might, book a trip to Barcelona and make a beeline for the new Galeries Maldà shopping centre, known as a ‘nerd’s magic triangle’ or a Geeky Camden Town to fans. “The gallery has become a meeting point for geeks,” says Ismael Álvarez, head of the firm Reino de Juguetes (‘Toy Kingdom’) which is behind the freaky foodhall. “You’ll find products you won’t normally get in any mainstream supermarket or standard shop. These are supermarkets tailor made for any … [Read more...] about Geeky groceries: Stock up on butterbeer, unicorn’s tears and Willy Wonka chocolate bars
EUROSTAR passengers traveling from Italy to the UK who have missed a train connection are being forced to pay for new tickets on the day. One passenger had to pay €958 (£840) on the spot for new tickets for his family, even though he said that Eurostar previously let them onto the next train for free if there were delays. Passenger Jeff Lamb told Sun Online Travel that he was forced to pay €958 (£840) on the spot for tickets for his family after travelling from Milan to Paris. His journey on Italian train company Thello was delayed, causing him to miss his connection in France. Jeff said: “I got the Eurostar with my wife, Nicky, and two 13-year-old children from Milan to Leeds in August as my wife doesn’t like to fly. “We do this journey each year on holiday, and go to Paris before getting an overnight train from Paris to Milan, and then the same on the way back." He continued: “The Italian train isn’t normally very punctual as it … [Read more...] about Eurostar charging passengers up to £210 for missing connections after travelling with train companies such as Thello
0 Have your say It was a cricketing analogy Theresa May chose, in the end, to explain her decision to cling on to a role she never mastered: that of a Prime Minister tasked with negotiating the kind of deal which only ever existed in the fantasies of a few deranged Brexiteers. “One of my heroes was always Geoffrey Boycott,” she said. “And what do you know about Geoffrey Boycott? He stuck with it and got the runs in the end.” Setting aside the fact that what most non-cricketing folk know about Geoffrey Boycott is that he once supported Ukip and was convicted of assaulting a former partner, it was still an odd comparison to make. May has proved she has the cricketer’s staying power, for sure, but not his passion. Her reluctance to leave the stage smacks more of inertia than of any belief in her power to deliver. Watching her make her statement in the House of Commons, as cabinet members and MPs prepared to desert her and opposition MPs … [Read more...] about Dani Garavelli: What’s it like to be the best of the Tories’ dirty laundry?
China 31 October 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-46040266 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel He's been referred to as the JRR Tolkien of Chinese literature and the grandfather of martial arts novels - but very few people have … [Read more...] about The Tolkien of martial arts dies age 94