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where_are_my_feet

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where_are_my_feet

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.




where_are_my_feet

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Everything is better with a good hug




where_are_my_feet

A glittering stamp for a feel-good thing

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Everything is better with a good hug


  1. I love that there was almost like an entire little village just along the bridge. I’m sure it was a horrible place to live, like any other in the area, though. It reminds me of a small scale version of Kowloon Walled City.

  2. I believe the attraction of living on the bridge was the fresh air. The street side was as cramped and narrow as any other thoroughfare while the backs of the houses enjoyed the wind blowing over the river. In an age when it was believed that foul odours spread disease, clean air was at a premium.

  3. The River Thames is not the same as the Venice lagoon, and even there, the air is fresher on a hot day on the large waterways than in the narrow back alleys. Indeed, if the river stank so much, why were so many palaces built on its banks (Strand House, for example?)

  4. What did the teacher replace it with? If you want to control what people are eating, then you need to supply the food you want them to eat.

  5. All children in that year group get a choice of free hot meals every day.

  6. Peanut butter is a relatively cheap and sustaining sandwich filler. It’s likely the mother is exasperated as they can’t afford any other fillings that the child likes but is too proud/ashamed to admit it.

  7. Her child gets a choice of good, hot free school meals. And in any case, if your child's teacher asks you not to send peanut butter sandwiches into school again, you don't go off on one like a toddler.

  8. I used it in Hungary and among the many hilarious pronunciations the worst was when we got to Cankó Street (tsankoh and it's a name of a small bird) and it pronounced it as "kankó" which is gonorrhoea.

  9. Maybe it's the four life-size photos of the Queen staring out in silent, unblinking judgment of all that goes on in this quiet street...

  10. Get in touch with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD.de) - they will have all the answers to your questions, or will certainly be able to put you in touch with people who can. Best of luck with your search - what an amazing idea for your studies!

  11. Sadly this is an urbs Romanum myth. Copies of the miserere existed in libraries across Europe by the time Mozart heard it and the version we know now (with the top C) is a 20th century interpretation.

  12. Anna Lapwood grabbed a late-night practice slot in the Albert Hall and was overheard by the EDM producer Bonobo, who was preparing for a live show in the hall.

  13. Anna Lapwood grabbed a late-night practice slot in the Albert Hall and was overheard by the EDM producer Bonobo, who was preparing for a live show in the hall.

  14. Parents allowing their kids to train them. I saw the natural conclusion to this when my kid said to a random kid in the park that no, he didn’t want to play pirates; two minutes later he was stood grinning next to his mum as she demanded to know why “your child thinks he’s too good to play with mine?!?”

  15. Who the hell did she think she was? Your kid can play with whoever he wants to. What message is she sending to her son?

  16. I was told the German trenches were much nicer and better constructed than the average Allied one; was that true?

  17. I believe the British high command wanted their troops to maintain an offensive posture & mindset (make of that what you will) unlike German officers who understood the need for more permanent constructions. British troops weren't supposed to be too comfortable or they wouldn't go over the top.

  18. This aint imaginary, its Glen Finnan i've walked under the bridge

  19. The village looks like it's somewhere in Switzerland. There's far too little pebble dash for any Scottish settlement.

  20. Home sweet home, born and raised in Wantage. And spent most of my working life as a Thatcher, done plenty of work in Uffington over the years.

  21. Vale of the White Horse massive unite! I grew up in Bourton and could see this from my bedroom window.

  22. Imagine if England bowled more than 5% of yesterday’s balls at the stumps. Crazy what happens when you target the wicket

  23. Ian Chappell was damning yesterday on TMS about England's apparent decision not to even try to get Aussie out for large parts of the day. He was right.

  24. Ugh. How typically German; ill-proportioned, out of scale, wrong for place and purpose, hopelessly grandiose. This would have deserved a Reichstag Fire.

  25. Am I right in thinking that the notation is raised? If so, this is unusual - ordinarily music would be engraved so the notation is etched or stamped into the metal itself. See

  26. Sennheisers for sure from that list. Ignore the tight clamping comments, they break in fairly quick and become super comfortable. They’ll run a little cooler than the sundara if you’re wearing them all day long, but you’ll still notice the warmth compared to ambient temps around you. It’s negligible once you’ve gotten used to it.

  27. Thanks - I often wish reviews could be banned until someone has used a product for 6 months.

  28. Me big man. Me switch extra lights on. Me have exhaust made from Heinz baked bean cans poking out of badly-riveted rust-streaked plastic body kit, 500W stereo on max all the time, Carlos Fandango Super Wide Wheels and my hat on backwards while driving my pipe cleaner arms and zits at 100mph to the nearest McDonald's. Hooray. Me intelligent and going places. Grunt.

  29. If you've got Carlos Fandango wheels, you flaunt them. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

  30. Barely had any decent weather and it’s coming up to the summer solstice already?? For fuck sake!!!

  31. If the child is playing with something and you need them to come to you (for example, or go downstairs, or to the bathroom or whatever), tell them to bring the toy to you. That way they do what you want and don't get stroppy because you're interrupting an important game. It does mean you leave the house with some truly weird things in tow, but that's a small price to pay.

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