If we are going to keep doing this, can we list all the ones we know, and make a master list of them.
Did I really just see another form close a thread about disabled accessibility because an able-bodied member kept attacking the disabled ones?...
Sorry, I can change it if you want.
By which I mean, is she actually going this time?
MLP: Friendship is Overpowered
Dear Princess Celestia, this is easy!
Join Twilight Sparkle and her friends as they easily defeat every challenge...
It is even better than that. It is on the dockside, so the signals have to deal with water, and the alcoves are physical brick and iron, so wiring...
Opps! I was being spacey and it's Samuel Johnson's house.
It is a restaurant in a cellar under a listed building. I think they liked the place because they arranged the next meeting there.
Write it. I. Will. Pay. You.
I saw this had happened on Reddit, but now the writer's magazine I read claims that Woman's Weekly is now claiming all rights for submitted work....
I still don't get why they'd do this though. I mean the articles, yes, it is free content, but what do they get? How does it earn them anything.
That's a really good point. The blacklit screens look OK, but e-ink washes them out.
Please don't use frilly in a thread with 50shades in it.
I just realised that I've read more indie books with were-seals in than transexual or transgender individuals. In real life that numbers are...
I blame Twilight entirely.
Air con. I've been hiding inside with air con.
Siri as PM?
"Siri, can you fix the economy?"
"I don't know how to do that."
See, she's already more honest!
...My cactuses have wilted
I know its another list, but there are some gems here, like Ben Johnson's house. London's Museums of Literature & the Written Word
Yes, but David Attenborough handled the entire thing with grace and class. I can imagine others who wouldn't.
So in the year of "Metoo" and Hollywood cleaning up its act, the BBC give us John Inverdale?! :rolleyes:
Separate names with a comma.