1) Although it's very nice to be thought of and tagged, and I really enjoy reading other people's posts, I hate these things. Once you get them, you feel obliged to tag another ten people. It's the blog equivalent of a chain mail and I find that I'm getting so many of them I'm eventually going to run out of facts about myself. Although, I've been in an inspiration rut recently, I don't think that these make for the best posts. So, this is the last. This must be the last. Absolutely the last. Final. Full stop. Never again. Cross my heart and hope to
2) At present there are three large men ripping up the tiles in my flat and installing a new boiler. All I can say about that is - thank God for watertight tenancy agreements, if not boilers.
3) New celeb crush - by that I mean 'guy on TV who is cute', not an actual crush (that would be weird): Dave Franco. Funny, great smile, seems smart and looks a little bit like an ex-boyfriend, but not so much that I'm totally repulsed. Yes, he's James Franco's younger brother.
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4) Last book read - The Crimson Petal and the White by Michel Faber. I was really excited to get this as an early birthday present (thank you Alan!) and it was excellent - up until the last hundred pages or so. The TV adaptation currently running on the BBC also looks amazing and has a great cast. Although I don't know how I feel about the prospect of a full frontal Chris O'Dowd. Oh, I know he went to LAMDA and everything but he'll always be Roy from the IT Crowd to me.
5) Can't. Stop. Listening. To. This. Song. Against my better judgement. Ev'ry day I'm shufflin'.
6) My birthday is next week and a fluo Cambridge satchel is at the very top of the wishlist. Add some Danielle Scutt for Topshop jewellery and I'm channeling my inner Man Repeller. P.S. I'd love one in leopard print. Cambridge Satchel Company, if you're reading this...
7) New film obsession - Paris is Burning, as seen at Style at Set last weekend. I'd be foolish NOT to try vogueing on my next night out.
8) That Can Be My Next Tweet invents new tweets made from your old tweets. Recycling is good for the environment. But not for my imagination. Ugh. What a mental image.
9) Speaking of which, I'm on facebook AND twitter AND Pinterest - so come say hello. Validate me with your friendship!
10) The last and most important point. As I've said, there's been an inspiration drought sweeping the area lately, so I've set myself a challenge and I need YOUR help. I've decided to write about any fashion/style-oriented topic that is put to me. Every single one. No matter how out there, or seemingly normal, I want to write about it. Even if you don't think it's my cup of tea, I want to know. You can give me a word, or a link, or a picture to bounce ideas off. Leave any and all suggestions in the comments. And thank you.