big scottish sex beast
- Premium reviews
- Express reviews
- Reviews rated
- Ratings received
By joining Surfmiles you can convert 15000 dooyoo miles to cash instead of waiting until 50000, required to receive cash from dooyoo. You must reguster with surfmiles.com, although there is no requirement to actually use the service. Surfmiles is a pay as you surf program offering 30p an hour for a maximum of 7 hours a month. You can then receive an extra 10p an hour for each refferal you have online, increasing your earning potential. By making purchases online through surfmiles you can earn extra points. The software download is quick and installation easy. Included within the software is an uninstall function. The site has paid out, which it does on a monthly basis via cheque. The big disadvantage is the software used to record your time 'surfing' and deliver advertising. It remains on your desktop at all times when active. This restricts the size of your browser window and hence the ease of navigation. Iam trying it out currently and will update my opinion shortly...
A few gift ideas to cheers up your man! If you want to really treat that special fella in your life you should look to www.exhilaration.co.uk for inspiration. Their gifts range from hotair balooning to flying classic aircraft. Other gifts include power baot racing and parabounce! There are usually a number of options to choose from with regards to the locations of the events, but as you may expect they are expensive! Along similar lines there is www.driveitall.co.uk and www.silverstonerally.co.uk although these are purely focused on 'driving experiences' - the likes of rally driving or formula racing. Again usually expensive but the whole family can go along to watch! At a lower cost level you can let your man return to his childhood with Scaletrix! A set will set you back around £60 but there are a range of alternatives. The cost is nothing in view of the amount of pleasure that can be had from it! Along the aftershave front Davidoff Cool Water, Joop and Hugo Boss are sure to be winners. What you have to remember is whether or not the man will actually wear it! Personally I am always a fan of the traditional pants and socks gifts! How many times has your fella been sat there with holes in his socks or a pair of tatty pants? Men pretend like they don't want presents like this, but since we don't buy them for ourselves someone has to! In the area of 'personal care' beware! Not all men are into face scrubs and the like. Its still seen as being a little too feminine and there is a stigma still attached to it - he won't tell his mates about that present in the pub! As for music, try to make it up to date and drag him into the year 2000. If in doubt Robbie Williams is usually appreciated. I think the key is to think of the man's hobbies and interests. If you cannot think of any then perhaps go for the more unusual gift although you are entering risky territory!! <
br>If all else fails try a boots or better still B&Q gift voucher! Happy xmas
This programme is screened on Channel 5 on a Thursday evening around 11pm. The content is of an adult nature, as many have come to expect from Channel 5 at this hour. I believe that the actual content of the show was informative from what they were trying to get across to you, but is there really the need to see the girls doing their dancing close up? Other channel have run documentaries about the adult nightclub scene without finding the need to show as many and as such graphical images. This brings me to the conclusion that the producers of Channel 5 are not really interested in informative TV at all and merely allow explicit TV to ride on the back of such so called documentaries! The only plus side to Channel 5 is the fact that it screens Knight Rider on a regular basis along with The Wonder Years on a Sunday morning. Where would we be if the BBC ended up like channel 5?
As Christmas approaches many of us find ourselves being invited to parties, balls, and general night outs. For the occassion you may require a suit if you are a gent. Currently Burtons are offering a good deal on suits where by you can get a suit and choice of either shoes or a shirt for as little as £120. If you go to one of the larger branches then there is a good choice of styles, price and quality. They also have a new range of suit which does not wrinkle/crease - obviously good for those of us who throw the jacket off at the soonest possible moment! The customer service varies from store, as does any discount schemes they seem to offer. For example, as a student I requested an NUS discount at the Fosse Park branch and they would not provide this. Instead they actually complained about students! In contrast the Loughborough branch is willing to provide an NUS discount on any purchases. The chain does have a good after sales service with it being relatively easy to exchange garments for a refund or replacement. They also have varied mediums for complaints; in store, on line and via conventional letter. There are good quality bargains to be had!
A traditional pub serving a decent pint and good quality food. The Crown in situated in a small village off the A50 between Knutsford and Holmes Chapel. It has received numerous awards for the upkeepp of the pub, in particular the external decoration and garden. Inside the pub has a long history with beamed ceilings and a large restaurant to the rear. The 'locals' are friendly but like all pubs there are a few you wouldn't want to get to know too well! The atmosphere is warm and inviting and the landlord and landlady make established customers and newcomers all welcome. The landlord always has a story to tell of his footballing past! On a Thursday night there is 'live' music provided by an old chap called Bob and his mates. It is very much a jam session for them and they play a variety of instruments and music - mostly folk like in style. There is also a periodic quiz on a Sunday night which boasts cash prizes. The clientele is mixed as are the ages of customers. Families are also well catered for. The only draw back is the fact that as it is a Marstons pub the prices are dictated by them, as is the selection of beers. But this can be overcome with good company! Try it yourself.
Oh my god!! I went to Iceland yesterday for the first time in my considerably young life (21 years of age). As a student you may appreciate that I enjoy a bargain. My new favourite phrase, as taught by Iceland is: "Buy One, GET ONE FREE!" .. to be honest with you, I generally stick to these offers for my purchases and hence can get a weekly shop for under a tenner. Another good point to Iceland that few people are aware of is the cheap offers they do on wine - at least they do in the Loughborough branch. £1.24 for a bottle that is 'alright,' but what do you expect for the money? Generally I have found the customer service to be of a high standard. The only drawback is tat you cannot get all your weekly shop there. So if your on a tight time schedule you would probably just go to Tesco or 'Saino's! All in all it provides excellent value for money and good service - the option to have your shopping delivered to your home for free comes in very handy indeed. Give it a go yourselves - see how much you can save.
I came across this online travel insurance site by chance. I saw it on an advert bar, and as i was actually after insurance for my forthcoming holiday, gave it a go. The site is easily navigated with everything arranged simply. Personally I was after a minimal cover at a cheap rate. The standard cover for a 7 night european/meditteranean holiday worked out at £22 for two of us! Thats just over a tenner each. I thought the post office was cheap, but this is even cheaper! The actual cover is of a good standard too, comparable to the likes of the post office. The site also offers more comprehensive insurance and at the other end of the spectrum, the most basic cover possible. This was around a fiver a head, although the cover is only medical and repatriation. The site offers online booking and confirmation so that it is quick and easy. Helplines are also provided to sort out any problems. Give it a go.. Oh, dont know about how good they are with claims, hopefully I wont need to use that service! (But it is backed by the insurance company CGU).
This site provides users with what is effectively 3 chances of winning a million each day. All you have to do is provide your email address and a password and play. I am still not sure how they generate their revenue to pay out the prizes - presumably it is through advertising revenue, especially as every time your enter, your browser is pointed to a different website (seems usually to be Channel 5 or Kodak.) As for actually paying out, I have not won so I would not know. My girlfriend has however won 50p! She hasnt actually received this so presumably it may be held until the amount exceeds a minimum. Personally it would be better if they paid all small winnings to charity. Potentially an excellent website. It is quick to play, taking under 5 minutes to enter 3 times and the prizes are cash. Disadvantages - redirected to channel 5 web site 3 times in 5 minutes! And also the number of emails you get to confirm your entry... one each time you enter and one to tell you the draw results, so potentially 4! Give it a try.
I have travelled on an airtours flight 3 times now. The actual aircraft used are of a good standard but are the same as all charter flights with what can only be classed as cramped conditions. Personally I think these are fine for relatively short haul flights as the prices are kept down. The steward staff were well presented and courteous and the food was not bad, just OK. I am not bothered about in flight duty free and gifts as you can get them far cheaper in the resort where you are staying normally so I cannot comment on this. The flights were on time except once where we left 20 minutes late, but managed to make up time to arrive as scheduled! I think it was tailwinds or something. I do not hold the actual holiday company in high esteem though. Their service quality in terms of resort, brochure descriptions and reps have all left something to be desired and I have often met many others who think along similar lines. I think they are OK unless something goes wrong or you need assistance!
Loughborough University has many merits. As far as the people in charge goes, one of which is the fact that it is in university terms exceptionally well off financially. Therefore when they announced that they were to increase the hall fees to cover a small loss that they make every year I thought it would be tiny. Instead it has gone up a good deal, especially when you consider two new factors that you must pay for. Firstly most rooms are now connected to the net and have phones. Lat year the charge for this was £1 a week. The charge for next year has soared 330% to £3.30 a week. An amount which adds up to a sizeable sum over the year! Secondly the university has increased its term length by 1 week. This period is after the exams and so most people actually go home and hence do not utilise the accomodation paid for. There are good sides to this but the individual should at least have the choice. Catered halls do not even have catering during this week! A true 'skank' by the powers that be!
Matalan has an extensive product range from clothing to kitchenware to bathroom accessories. I whole heartedly agree with the get it cheao pile it high theory and selling at a price that offers value to the consumer! After all if they have small margins but shift a lot of stock then they can be highly profitable! Overall the quality of the stock is good to high and they do offer a returns policy - which I have not had the unfortunate need to use. I as a young adult was even impressed with the clothing lines. Generally simple, classic item like t-shirts and jeans but a lot of branded names at cut down prices..
Top Man has just been on a continual downward spiral for years. It used to stock clothes that were of a reasonably fashionable nature, of a reasonable quality at reasonable prices. Now I find that the prices and quality vary immensely and there is nothing to my taste in store what so ever. The only plus side to the shop is that I went into a small store which had a sale on (Wilmslow branch) and picked up some bargains. On the whole the clothes were shoddy, but they were only asking a couple of pound for a polo t-shirt and a fiver for a pair of plain blue moto jeans - you cannot go far wrong with these kinds of basics. Now I dont even bother looking in Top Man as their so called 'fashion' sense is going further and further to the stranger side... or else I am just down right unfashionable! Personally try the likes of Next and even Matalan before Top Man.
Needless to say that if you want to buy a quality product you have to pay for it. I associate Clarks with my childhood and their shoe size measuring machines. To this day I still rate their customer service highly along with their products. I have read some other dooyoo opinions on the service and what must be borne in mind is that every shop/chain of shops has employees who are not 100% up to scratch and so if you encounter one you merely ask to be served by someone else! At least you can still appreciate what Clarks want as their desired level of service. I also recently got a bargain at Clarks in their sale. They were a relatively plain pair of black shoes for my work which I picked up for £20. This was a major discount to the normal retail price.
Monopoly has been around for years and I inherited my dad's version! The actual game is however still as addictive as ever. The style of the game brings out the greed factor in all of us! It is also useful for youngsters in that they can learn about money through the game and how they cannot get something for nothing and they must save for things and the like. In addition there are also that many variations of the game, from star wars to football limited editions, that it can now be customised with the consumer purchasing what best tickles their fancy! Personally I always favour the bankers role as there is always the potential to swindle a few squid. It may be regarded by some as cheating, but I think of it as playing using a competitive business mind! My other general theory which in some ways can ruin the game is just to buy everything I land on regardless if I actually want it! A great game that will last the time well.
They do the same as Dooyoo.co.uk but for a limited time with the cash rewards going down as time goes on. To be honest I dont know if they will even publish this on dooyoo!! The principal is the same as on Dooyoo with rewards being for writing and people reading your opinions. There is also a good refferal scheme which allows you to pick up an extra 30% of whatever your refferals make (they obviously still get 100% of what they earn, you just get an extra 30% of the 100% value if you see what I mean?) The site also starts you off with £1 for just registering and you can receive cash as soon as your account is over £10! Well worth a look.