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Savic Isis Cat Litter Tray, 50 cm, Cold Grey
Savic Isis Cat Litter Tray, 50 cm, Cold Grey
Price: £4.49

3.0 out of 5 stars Great Expectations, 21 Feb. 2015
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I expected it to be a cat litter tray,and it was. So yes,it did meet my expectations.


BiC For Her Medium Ballpoint Pen (Box of 12) - Black
BiC For Her Medium Ballpoint Pen (Box of 12) - Black
Price: £21.70

35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars AT LAST! A PEN I CAN USE!, 17 Jan. 2013
The BIC for girls ballpoint pen is nothing short of lifechanging. I wasn't able to do much more than gaze in awe at the big brutal pens wielded with such muscular ease and confidence by the men around me. How I yearned for a biro with brio..one that would reflect my true inner pinkness, and be slender enough for my fragile,nearly useless fingers.
Since discovering them in a box of 10, (or is it 12, I must get a boy to count them for me?)I am able to write words. Words like "puppy" "kitten" "Baby"..I can draw flowers! In only a week, I have covered sheets and sheets of rose-coloured, glittery pencil with tales of perfume and moonbeams.I have written two self-help books, five Mills&Boon novels, and a column in the Mail on Sunday about how nice it is to be a real girl and not some great hairy man.
Thank you, BIC xxx


In the City: A Celebration of London Music
In the City: A Celebration of London Music
by Paul Du Noyer
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £18.99

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars London Pride, 6 July 2009
Tremendously good book.I enjoyed it for the erudition worn lightly, and for the wit and warmth of the writing. I was drawn into the enthralling story of how London has been the inspiration and home of so many and various music makers. It ranges from the ballad-makers and tavern tunesmiths, through music hall, Noel COward, Mods, and glam rock to
the cheeky Lily Allens and sharptongued Streets of the present day. The author has taken a huge and daunting subject and shaped it beautifully,bringing a wealth of fascinating information about London, and about the talented and peculiar characters who were enthralled, infuriated or overwhelmed by the City, and moved to make music about it.


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