Mrs. K. E. Wooldridge

"Keeley"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (94 of 140)
Location: Wolverhampton, UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 611,519 - Total Helpful Votes: 94 of 140
Secret Diary of a Call Girl - Series 4 [DVD] [2011&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Billie Piper
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
It was not only good but the best one yet! If you think it's 'all over the place' then you've never been a call girl, and certainly not Belle. They lead tumultuous lives and don't just go to the pub every Friday to finish a week. Often the hotels and clients are't enough and they want the risk, the wild side. Juggling three boyfriends, taking over an agency, the desire to sneak off on trains at 2am when it could easily cost a relationship.
I think a lot of call girls lead these frantic risky lives, with a lot of odd, fickle people in them, just like the detective. The 'bit much' is realistic, because the real Belle was probably getting film offers, and stranger and odder clients in… Read more
20 Pairs of Howard Leight Laser Lite Ear Plugs by Howard Leight
82 of 95 people found the following review helpful
I get by on ear plugs. I don't get on with my flatmate, she's in the room next to me with thin walls so I can hear every time she moves in her bed, and to make matters worse, she plays her music like nothing matters. Earplugs keep me sane!

I would buy the quies mousse comfort ear plugs (the 3 pack in different colours) over this product. Both quies and the howard leight ones you have to roll into your ear to get the full effect. The negatives of buying the Howard Leight - they're half as effective as the quies earplugs. They don't block out sound. They're luminant yellow at the back, so can't really wear them out in public. They're also hard to squeeze into your ear compared with… Read more
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Penguin Modern Cl&hellip by Ken Kesey
7 of 38 people found the following review helpful
The whole premise is based on a group of castrated men, men who want to be as big as they can be in their lives, and are mad because they're suffocated. While I originally wanted to read the book because of a potentially brave 'society makes people mad' message, the writer and characters fall into the trap of uniting together, not against society, but the common enemy of women.

Women are presented as one dimensional, prostitutes or ironically women trying to deny their own feminine social norms instead of masculine norms (like the inmates), who need to be conquered. The misogyny is sometimes regarded as the novel's biggest failing. A rape is used to solve things and it's written… Read more