Mistoffelees

mistoffelees


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The UK really do be quite hot rn 1 comments
mistoffelees · 5 weeks ago
Ooh that looks pain-ful
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My neighbour 2 comments
mistoffelees · 15 weeks ago
A Brit calling you Sir is not being polite
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It’s hit or miss 1 comments
mistoffelees · 17 weeks ago
I owe my dad five quid
Stunning super detailed photo of our sun 3 comments
mistoffelees · 18 weeks ago
Oh my god @wolfballoonsquad, you can't just assume the sun is white
Understandable 2 comments
mistoffelees · 22 weeks ago
Interesting fact, she adopted that expression to turn men off after being overly sexualised in the media when she was a young teenager
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Blessed 1 comments
mistoffelees · 22 weeks ago
Those are ducklings, this is a child marriage and should NOT be celebrated!
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Potatoes! 2 comments
mistoffelees · 28 weeks ago
This is one of those books when if I hear the first line I immediately want to re-read it for the hundredth time, along with ""Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents" grumbled Jo" and "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit"
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Fun fact 6 comments
mistoffelees · 32 weeks ago
I only learned it recently, will try and find the post I learnt it from because it had some amazing candid photos from many years ago which are so different to the sort we're used to seeing
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Fun fact 6 comments
mistoffelees · 32 weeks ago
The reason they took a long time to take was because people wanted big photos, like the size they would have had if they'd had a family portrait painted. Smaller photos even then only took a second to take.
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Graphics: PS4 vs. PS1 3 comments
mistoffelees · 32 weeks ago
Gherkin* (what we in the UK call pickles, at least I think they're one and the same)
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Potatoes! 4 comments
mistoffelees · 33 weeks ago
I wish I could like this twice. My baby is 8 months old and I have not and will not let her cry without comfort for any amount of time unless I really can't help it (e.g. on long car journeys when she gets fed up of being in her seat) She's currently still in my bed at night and nearly all her naps are on me. The amount of people who tell me I'm spoiling her or making a rod for my own back is ridiculous!
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At the bottom of Hill Hill 5 comments
mistoffelees · 37 weeks ago
Koi carp
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You need this 3 comments
mistoffelees · 38 weeks ago
Anyone remember when Funsubstance had a "Buy it now" button, I need it for this!
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Meowter Space 2 comments
mistoffelees · 39 weeks ago
Ground Control to Major Tomcat
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Nature documentaries but the narration is off 5 comments
mistoffelees · 40 weeks ago
Just looked it up, it's a parody show narrated/hosted by Matt Lucas, that explains a lot.
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Building Horses Made of Chalk 6 comments
mistoffelees · 42 weeks ago
You think this is impressive, check out the Cerne Abbas Giant.
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Age just hardens us 3 comments
mistoffelees · 42 weeks ago
Read this in Moira Rose's voice
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Chocolate Sandwich Biscuits 20 comments
mistoffelees · 44 weeks ago
It was in a recipe book yes but I don't know anyone who would actually make and eat one. I am willing to do so for experimental purposes though if you wish.
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Meanwhile, in Bulgaria 5 comments
mistoffelees · 46 weeks ago
Novelty, I see what you did there
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America vs England on the stubbing of toes 7 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
"Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the Wee Donkey!"
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American and Eurasian tectonic plates 1 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
How about the land borders, does that not count as touching two continents at once?
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Tis' the season 15 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Fireworks for Bonfire Night (5th November) and Diwali (date varies but around the same time) in the UK.
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Deezgoostin! 9 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Yes plenty of Chinese and Indian restaurants (which are usually run by Pakistani families) which are more reasonable prices for good food, there's more variety in bigger cities, and some of the chain restaurants can be good.
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Deezgoostin! 9 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Yeah WW2 pretty much set us back 15+ years cuisine wise because rationing went on so long after the war, it's not so bad now as it was but if you're on holiday in the UK expect to pay £50 for a decent 3 course meal without drinks.
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Do British people even play baseball? 2 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Not really, rounders is probably the closest thing we play but it's only really a "for fun" game in schools as far as I've ever known
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