- Is that the dude from Jurassic park
- O wait it looks nothing like him It was just that one angle
- What’s with the bouncy ball
- Why did he climb off the old ledge so slowly to save her why not just jump
- What even
- And that’s why I’d never have a cat
- Omg this film mentions Ebola it has been around for years people, stop the panic!!
- Ok wow this camera dude is so corny
- This dude is so creepy
- I really don’t get the bouncing ball reference or why it’s so important
- Who the bloody well in hell is this dude
- And what does he have to do with anything
- And what was with the phone call at the end?
I’ve fallen hook, line and sinker for music festivals within the last year or so, having attended Warped Tour, Slam Dunk, Hit The Deck and Camden Rocks. I almost cried when it came to removing those wristbands. Warped Tour was my first ever proper music festival and for my first time, I was beyond lucky with the memories created that weekend. However, I haven’t yet gone to a proper camping music festival. Other than Reading, some I have in mind also include Glastonbury, T in the Park and Creamfields, but since Reading had such a good line up last year *cough* Arctic Monkeys, Blink 182, Fall Out Boy *cough*, I’m hoping this will also be a winner this year.
These are the three main things I’m looking forward to in 2015, though of course due to how much I can actually save, there’s a chance Mexico might have to be pushed back to 2016 and another holiday take it’s place in the mean time. It’s been a long time since I’ve been on a proper holiday. As I hope to be driving at some point next year too, I’ll also certainly be going on more day or weekend adventures too!
What are your plans for 2015 – what adventures are you hoping to go on? Let me know!
There are a few albums I’ve found myself coming back to over and over again this year without fail. Looking back at my choices, I’m pretty sure none of them have actually been released this year but never mind – I think we all agree that it’s important to have a mix of new AND old music in our music collection.
LYDIA | DEVIL
ED SHEERAN | X
So this probably isn’t a big surprise to most people – this was without a doubt a top album for so many people this year but it’s kind of surprising for me! It took me a long, long time to get into Ed Sheeran and I was still listening to his older album on repeat when this one was released. Eventually I moved on and fell in love with this album, simply because it’s romantic, gripping, easy listening, emotional, sweet…and more. Some favourite tracks from this album include I‘m A Mess, Thinking Out Loud and The Man. I’m not ashamed to say I’ve fallen asleep to this album on many, many nights!
4. Cards Against Humanity, Amazon, £20.00. It’s that game that everyone goes on about and if you buy it for your boy, it’s almost guaranteed he’ll find you super cool and chill. No one who doesn’t already own the game really knows much about it, let alone how to play, but they do know it’s absolutely hilarious.
5. Sea Monkeys, Amazon, £10.85. You can literally NEVER go wrong with sea monkeys. They’re vintage, fun and its a funny gift. This is usually my go-to safe gift for boys or secret santas when I barely know the person.
7. Smartphone Projector, Iwantoneofthose.com, £22.99. This is one of those things that in hindsight, probably aren’t really needed what with all the technology we have nowadays anyway, but is still super cool and awesome. This will definitely earn you brownie points, whether your boy uses it to show off cutesy photos of you (I doubt it) or stupid but ‘hilarious’ Youtube videos (likely).
Do you struggle with getting gifts in this vital ‘seeing someone’ stage? Or do you find the challenge quite exciting? Let me know!
What do you think of the shades? Will you be going for some subtle gold shades this Christmas? Let me know!