B. Gough

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 78% (18 of 23)
Location: UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,205,061 - Total Helpful Votes: 18 of 23
SinuPulse Elite Advanced Nasal Sinus Irrigation Sy&hellip by Health Solutions
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Like several of the other reviewers here, I ordered the SinuPulse Elite in a state of complete desperation. I was suffering from yet another bout of painful sinusitis and was finding it hard to go about my daily business. I had tried a Neti Pot before and didn't get much relief from it, plus I had struggled not to let the water run into my eustachian tubes (which link the pharynx to the middle ear). This resulted in literally months of discomfort (a sort of squelching) in my ears while the water sloshed around in there. So I decided to give the SinuPulse Elite a try. I was so desperate for it that I paid 7.65 for Express Delivery and it arrived the following morning.

Admittedly,… Read more
Progress ~ Take That
Progress ~ Take That
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I've been a fan of Take That since I was 10 years old, and saw them live in 1993 and 1994, as a five-piece, . I'm now 28 years old and seeing them again in 2011, again as a five-piece. I absolutely loved their last two albums and am indifferent, really, to the return of Robbie Williams; I think they were fine without him, but I don't mind him.

Take That have always held that sort of place in my heart where they can't go far wrong, but I admit I was a bit disappointed when I first listened to "Progress". It is a grower for sure and is still growing on me. I've listened to the entire album maybe five or six times now.

There is a lot of Robbie on this album, and a fair… Read more
Paranormal Activity [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Katie Featherston
Paranormal Activity [DVD] DVD ~ Katie Featherston
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I watched this film with my partner and a friend last night, in the dark, after listening to the hype. I will readily admit that I was scared before watching the film, mainly because I hate those "screamer" things that get sent in chain letters (a still scene which you stare at intently and then something loud and horrific jumps out at you) and I didn't know whether it was that sort of film or not.

I was on edge throughout the first 40 minutes or so, however once we got about halfway through, I stopped being scared as I realised there was unlikely to be anything that jumped out at me. I suppose I got used to the style of the haunting and was prepared for the types of things the… Read more