Yay … tis Friday. Time for some Friday Five meanderings …
1. Do you like to shop? Why or why not?
Heck no. Shopping is a hobby that I haven’t yet mastered. I have to know what I want to buy before I go. I like shopping for presents. Finding that perfect gift for someone is quite important to me. But just generally I despise it.
2. What was the last thing you purchased?
Um. I bought some make-up (concealer and eye-shadow from Boots) for myself tonight while on my way to the bus station to catch the bus, which was about fifteen minutes late. Humph.
3. Do you prefer shopping online or at an actual store? Why?
That depends entirely on what I wish to buy. And whether there’s any special offers on. Clothes shopping must be done in an actual store though.
4. Did you get an allowance as a child? How much was it?
A what? I got pocket money. Sometimes. But I had to do chores for it. I think that mine included putting the milk bottles out. We were poor (mumsy was a single parent on benefits until I was fifteen) so there wasn’t much money to spare really.
5. What was the last thing you regret purchasing?
Oh crumbs. I’m usually quite good and only buy things I need or desperately want so I can’t think of anything in particular. I suppose I have a few clothes complete with price tags still attached in my wardrobe.
We popped along to the cinema last night to see Love Actually. Oh the moistness of my nether regions upon seeing Alan Rickman . It was a fantabulous film and I totally recommend it. It had everything … humour, intelligence, sadness, hopefulness, nudity, and a wonderful array of British actors. And why can’t we have a Prime Minister like Hugh Grant who won’t accept being bullied by the main men of other nations?! It was definitely a feel-good film. Made me feel proud to be British .
Ah, God Bless Alan Rickman’s glasses xxx Elsabeth