That's Life Reviews
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Customer That's Life Reviews (30)
by - written on 19/04/08 (Very useful, 2277 readings)
I have worked in the hairdressing industry for many years now and I am always looking for things that will entertain the customers, while I am busy working on others. I always buy hair and high fashion magazines which are fine but how many hair styles and overly priced clothes can you look at in a few hours without getting board. These in price costing have been costing between 3.50 and 6.95 per issue, and it got disheartening when you would see clients just flick through the pages randomly. Especially when I was buy 4 magazines a week totaling roughly 20.00 per week. So I needed to take action and save me some money, as these customers really did not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I knew I was going to be early for college one day so I picked up a 'That's Life' magazine out of the rack to have a read while I was waiting for lessons to start... The magazine is very colourful with many eye-grabbing headlines and costs 68p. It seems very sensationalist and aimed at women although I'm sure men would enjoy it also, lol! There is a lot happening on the front cover to grab the reader's interest and the write up advertises a big trip away also... The magazine is famous for its competitions and is sold a week in advance but I don't know why? Inside there is a contents list and al the Prize Puzzles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I like to read the free Metro newspaper that you get on public transport, however these newspapers can sometimes go very quickly. So when I have no Metro I tend to have a wander in my lunch hour to the local shop near where I work. I don't really stick to any magazine in particular, however I do find that That's Life! is a pretty decent magazine especially at a low price of 68p. Most of the stories are very interesting with the front cover obviously showing the better ones. It also has the handy page number under each stories headline. The stories are a good mixture of heart felt stories and also true crime. There are over 10 different puzzles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/08 (Very useful, 115 readings)
I must admit that I haven't been buying that's life magazine for very long as I always expected I to be for an older woman. The magazine is weekly and costs 68 pence and it is now a weekly favourite of mine. The magazine begins with a section named your lives up front. Readers can basically write in and tell that's life about different experiences and stories. We can also see pictures of various people doing different things. The magazine also has a true story section where each week we get to read a few true stories from readers them selves and see pictures of them and their families. I must admit some of the stories can be very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/08 (Very useful, 177 readings)
I read one of these magazines on a train in Ireland. Somebody had thoughtfully left it behind. After reading it from cover to cover in about ten minutes, I was not suprised it had been left behind. This publication caters for the lowest common denominator of readership. The main story featured a woman telling the tale of how she had stolen another woman's husband and 'forced' him to tell her whilst she was delivering their first child. She was crowing and triumphant. I couldn't believe that the narrator was being given room in a national magazine and paid to tell her miserable story of spite and selfishness. Another story showed ... Read the complete review
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