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I guess I'm just nosey
Member Name: cyber mum
Date: 14/07/00, updated on 14/07/00 (21 review reads)
Advantages: Glossy, interesting, revealing, cheap
I get Hello magazines free. This is a perk of being a member of David Lloyd leisure, and I have to admit I love them.
I am easily impressed by the rich and famous. I love to peep into their personal lives, see what theyre wearing, and who theyre hanging out with.
While most people photographed are dressed in their glitzy best, the ones where people have been caught unawares are by far the best.
There are many well written and interesting articles, and its rare that I dont find it a very entertaining read.
Apart from its content it is a colourful glossy magazine. It screams at you to open its pages.
June 27 issue had an indepth interview with Mikhail Gorbachev, as well as an intimate portrait of Prince William, and a report on Edward and Sophie to mark their first wedding anniversary.
You get a review of the weeks news, and social scene.
It has cookery features, fashion features and television guide.
There a very food adverts, just lots of attractive glossy pictures and intersting articles. Its the best read for £1.55 you'll find.