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By Big Arnold
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Babies, children, and teens need significantly more sleep than adults to support their rapid mental and physical development. ... Children often act as if they're not tired, resisting bedtime and becoming hyper as the evening goes on. All this can happen because the child is overtired.
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How to have an A-list Christmas on a D-list budget! They've planned parties for William and Kate and made cocktails with Kate Moss... now our experts reveal how to make YOUR Christmas sparkle
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/arti ... -Moss.html
 
By Big Arnold
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Our treasured islands! Lavish new kitchen ‘must-haves’ come with wine fridges, USB hubs and quartz worktops…but will cost you £27,000
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/arti ... 7-000.html
 
By youngian
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Big Arnold wrote:
Sat Dec 22, 2018 1:24 pm
Our treasured islands! Lavish new kitchen ‘must-haves’ come with wine fridges, USB hubs and quartz worktops…but will cost you £27,000
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/arti ... 7-000.html


Sommer ‘three bottles of Bolly’ Pyne looks like a good time girl. Won’t the white marble top clash with her lines of coke?
 
By MisterMuncher
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Those look like fantastic kitchens if you're never going to cook a single fucking thing in them, ever.

I mind working with my ould fella on a house some years back, for a man who had a considerable fortune. His indulgence was two dishwashers. One to put dirty dishes in, one to take clean ones from, in rotation. Stupid beyond belief.
 
By Bones McCoy
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MisterMuncher wrote:
Sat Dec 22, 2018 11:46 pm
Those look like fantastic kitchens if you're never going to cook a single fucking thing in them, ever.

I mind working with my ould fella on a house some years back, for a man who had a considerable fortune. His indulgence was two dishwashers. One to put dirty dishes in, one to take clean ones from, in rotation. Stupid beyond belief.
I'm thinking how that would save on cupboard space.
My dishes are a lot more compact in the dishwasher than the cupboards.

There's probably a downside - legionalla or similar.
 
By Big Arnold
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I think this qualifies as MCB.
Interiors expert reveals the biggest trends set to sweep the design world in 2019 – from psychedelic florals to home BARS

Cindy Fuller, founder of Designs Direct, has revealed that mixing metals like brass and gold will likely take over homes in the coming year, as they look great with rough timber and brick.

Other trends include the rise of large floral patterns on walls, fabrics and even ceilings.
Rough timber and brick? Apart from the shed and the garage, there isn't any.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/arti ... -2019.html
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That knobhead William Hanson is back:

Dinner parties aren’t what they were. Why? Snowflake millennials.

They don’t get how they’re supposed to work; their insecurity and narcissism has eroded the joy and simplicity of the humble dinner.

Maybe as they mature, develop and thaw they will understand how the mainstay of social entertaining is meant to work?

Here’s how the millennials have ruined dinner parties and what they really ought to be doing.



From demanding vegan food to screening the guest list, William Hanson reveals the 10 ways millennials have RUINED dinner parties - so, how many are YOU guilty of?
[url]https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7035491/Etiquette-expert-William-Hanson-reveals-dos-donts-attending-modern-dinner-parties.html[/url]
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