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17 Things You Should Never Say To A Dog Lover - soFeminine.co.uk

If you tend to think that your dog is better than most people, you already know that they are one of the family. So when other people who don't know any better (or, dare we say it, cat lovers *shudder*) say anything negative about our pet pooches, it's entirely reasonable to get angry because let's face it: dogs are the BEST. They play with you, love you unconditionally, they wait around for you when you're not there, and they are SO cute. Here are some of our favourite happy pups:. "Stop talking to your dog, they can't talk back. " Dogs actually have a capacity to understand people. And we need to let him know that he is a cuteyschmoochyschmoo. "You have to walk the dog EVERY DAY. Don't you get bored. " Well, no. Go to a park to unwind and letting your dog have a bit of a run around never sounds like a bad idea. And when you really don't feel like it. It's a small sacrifice for how much you love your dog. "Do you worry that they would turn on you. Dogs can be dangerous. " Well, tomorrow some crazy person could push you onto some train tracks. It's probably not going to happen, and we are pretty sure our pet wouldn't hurt a fly. "I hate the smell of dogs" And we don't like the smell of the bus in the morning. We learned to get over it. 14. "You shouldn't leave your dog with your child" A gif is worth a thousand words. Source: www.sofeminine.co.uk

African values playing out in Obama visit - K24 TV

Hosting a party or even a simple get-together is an art. Dining etiquette, people skills and general tidiness are just some of the requirements to attract and keep guests in the home. I believe our African mothers perfected this art. Growing up, I remember there were items and rooms in the house particularly set a side for guests. As a fact, there were certain dinner plates, coffee mugs and toiletries that we were never supposed to touch as they were specifically set aside for our visitors. Different guests received different treatment. Those that my family had not seen for a while and/or were coming from faraway places were often handled with kid gloves (at least until they were familiar with the household). Regular visitors who assimilated with the kin and did not exactly need five star treatment. They were family. Most important, we were expected to be on good behaviour. To speak politely, to be present to run small errands for the visitors and at the top of the list ensure that we paint the best picture of the family. Years later, I realised most of my peers had lived the same way. Guests were special. One almost felt insignificant in the household. This seems to be a perpetual way of life for us as a community. The envisaged three-day visit by US President Barack Obama shows this perfectly. The city has been in a frenzied mood for months now. Roads which were hitherto in deplorable state are being re-carpeted. Those dusty and loose-hanging hedges in parks and pathways are now routinely watered and trimmed. The streets on which the president is likely to walk on are short of being hand-scrubbed and security has been heightened like never before. We have also designated particular rooms in our house for his leisure and ensured that he will use only the best cutlery and toiletries during his stay. Most important we are expected to be on our best behaviour. We are not to share any national secrets, especially those that will paint our leaders in bad light and anyone who attempts to disparage the family will be frowned upon. Corruption, insecurity, poor governance and poverty must be hushed. Our guest must see the best in us. We rarely go to such lengths for our African visitors. They are regulars within our borders. they identify with the family and rarely find anything surprising to write home about. They even overlook some of our shortfalls because human rights abuses, misuse of. Source: www.mediamaxnetwork.co.ke

A bullshitter's guide to lobster - GQ.com

Ask for a Dorset Blue If you want to sound like you know lobsters you should start by looking out for:. The American/Canadian lobster: a lot of lobsters that come into London are from Canada. These are transported in tanks and because they don't eat anything, their bodies start to break down their muscle. This ultimately means that they won't have as much meat in their shells and won't be as enjoyable. The native lobster: these are from the UK and will go from sea to the table within a couple of days. Native lobsters should be a lot sweeter, fuller and brighter. If you have a choice, always order native. "If you're out with friends and you want to impress them, ask your waiter about whether the lobster is a native lobster. You can take this even further by asking: "is this a Dorset Blue. " (known for its vivid colour). Even the waiter would probably be surprised that you can name a particular type. Comment on the colour of your crustacean "It's always good to comment on the colour of the lobster. Native lobsters are blue on the outside, and when you cook them they go bright red. The edges of the meat should take on that colour, so the fresher the lobster, the redder the meat will be on its outside. The white of the meat should also be bright - if it's not that fresh it will be yellowed. If you want to appear like you eat lobster regularly, you should definitely comment on the whiteness of the meat or the brightness of the colour. Size matters, but not in the way you might think "Don't order a lobster for two. You may be trying to be romantic, but it's much better to order two smaller lobsters than one great big one. the bigger a lobster is, the tougher the meat. The smaller the lobster, the more tender it will be. Also, when a lobster is smaller, more of its meat will touch its shell, giving it much more flavour. If you try to impress by ordering the biggest lobster, you'll just look like you're trying to show off. To compliment a good lobster say "that looks like a plump lobster, it's really full in the shell. Know your cracker from your lobster fork "If you want to impress, you should know the right names for your tools. Normally on the table you'll have a pair of pliers - known as a cracker - to break into the lobster. You'll also have a spiked pick. Source: www.gq-magazine.co.uk

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    Old pockets can work as a kitschy way for compiling cutlery, or strips of cloth can tie up napkins (if the material is nice enough, it can be the napkin). This can make for a truly Looking for an All-Natural Bathroom Cleaner That Actually Works

  • 17 Things You Should Never Say To A Dog Lover

    07/16/15 ,via soFeminine.co.uk

    If you tend to think that your dog is better than most people, you already know that they are one of the family. So when other people who don't know any better (or, dare we say it, cat lovers *shudder*) say anything negative about our pet pooches, it's

  • African values playing out in Obama visit

    07/17/15 ,via K24 TV

    We have also designated particular rooms in our house for his leisure and ensured that he will use only the best cutlery and toiletries during his stay. Most important we are expected to be on our best behaviour. We are not to share any national

  • A bullshitter's guide to lobster

    06/25/15 ,via GQ.com

    You'll also have a spiked pick called a lobster fork so you can get all the meat from inside the knuckle. A big faux pas would be to try to get into the shell with your knife and fork (although you can use cutlery once you're in). It's also OK to get

  • Peterborough obsessive cleaner returns to TV screens for Channel 4 show

    07/03/15 ,via Peterborough Telegraph

    Lynsey keeps anti-bacterial wipes and hand gel in her handbag, and a Dettol spray which she uses to clean her chair when in Costa. Friends also find it amusing she takes her own wine glass and cutlery when over for dinner. But Lynsey is adamant her

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