comedy, Humorous, Life

Murphy’s Law

“If anything can go wrong, it will go wrong” That’s the actual law for those who didnt’ know. No one is exactly sure where it originated from but we all know that at some point in our lives Murphy’s Law has made us curse out loud. A nice variation of this law is “If anything can go wrong, it will be all your fault, and everyone will know it”

It happens to us all on a daily basis.

  • Toast falling on the ground and landing on the buttered side.
  • Choosing the slowest moving queue/lane
  • It does not matter what time you leave the house, you will miss your bus/train.
  • You over sleep on the day that you had to be up early.
  • Anything dropped in the bathroom will fall in the toilet.
  • When you stop looking for that lost item it will magically appear (yes, you may have wasted hours of your life and ended up replacing ‘lost’ item).
  • When you talk loud to be heard over the music, the music will abruptly stop and everyone will look up to see who is shouting and why.
  • You’ll wear a dress on the windiest day.
  • The amount of damage to your property or belongings is directly proportionate to its value.
  • Whatever you looking for will be in the last/largest pile.
  • When something falls it will be just out of reach.

These are just a few I could think of but don’t worry there is plenty more that could go wrong.

 

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TV series

New York TV apartments that I envy, covet, adore, love, etc…..

There are certain apartments in NY (on TV at least) that I absolutely love and wish were mine. The Humphrey’s Brooklyn loft in Gossip Girl is currently my favourite. Other apartments that I love is Carrie Bradshaw (Sex and the City) and Monica Geller (Friends) – will post some pics later this week.

I love the whole open plan space, the exposed brick, the vintage/rock look and the fact that there is a garage door separating Dan and Jenny’s bedrooms.

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fashion, movies, TV series

Carrie Bradshaw – Fashion Icon

Sarah Jessica Parker is on the cover of the August issue of Vogue this month and this just reminded me what a huge fan I am of the tv show Sex and the City. Carrie Bradshaw is probably one of the most envied tv characters that I can think of and lots of girls would sell their mothers for her shoe collection alone. I think she has shown women worldwide that it is important to be fearless and unique and not just when it comes to fashion. Although we really should manage our money better than she did because I don’t know how she could afford that apartment and her shopping addiction by writing one column a week (before the book deals and the job at Vogue).

Here are some of my favorite looks from the series and movie:

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