A new feature! Woo!
Well, I do spend more time than I ought to on the web, some good ought to come of it, so here's some links I've enjoyed over the last week...
- Having bought myself my first scrapbook in years last week, I've been on the lookout for inspiration - this post by A Beautiful Mess did not disappoint.
- Sam and I saw the new X-Men film the other day (awesome, by the way). Remember that amazing Quicksilver scene in the kitchen? Imgur reminded me that Futurama did it first. (Bonus: watch it while listening to the song from the film's scene).
- Turns out many of us are more likely to get bitten by Suarez than by a shark (seriously; they did maths on this and everything)
- World Cup Fever has come to the Lakes!
- I have no plans to get married any time soon, but this post from RocknRoll Bride on reasons to have your dog at your wedding is serious business.
- In medical ethics news*: The Supreme Court has released its ruling on the Nicklinson case - you know when people say "leave it to the courts to decide"? Well they didn't want to.
- I'm late to the party on this, but Bad Translator is too much fun.
- On that note, turns out you can make your own 2048. Further, it gets even more addictive when your boyfriend makes a corgi version for you.
- Anyone who reads my hiking blog will know I'm on the lookout for quick, simple, yet still stylish hairdos to wear for the duration of my hiking holiday - this collection of styles to do with wet hair looks pretty good for this.
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- Amazing stories of some of those making a difference helping those with mental health issues
- You may have missed: that time I turned into a motivational poster and told you about some amazing blogs to read - all in one post!
- One of my best friends sent me this to cheer me up when work was defeating me the other day: an acoustic version of Stereophonics' gorgeous song Mr Writer:
Hope you've enjoyed these; the next one will probably be a little longer to make up for being up a mountain instead of surfing the web in mid-July.
*I might make this a separate post/section in the future if people are interested enough... we'll see how we go.