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  • Win a Navman MY650 or MY600 GPS

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 03.09.15 at 22:08 | Started by Jude21 on 31.08.15

    because I would love not to be the navigator for a change and instead enjoy the scenery and play silly car games and sing silly car songs plus I bet he would love the sound of the navman talking to him than me all the time lol Read more about Win a Navman MY650 or MY600 GPS

  • Win ​Āwhina’s People worth $34.95

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 22.07.14 at 04:58 | Started by sophie on 20.07.14

    Great prize. Thanks for the chance. :) Read more about Win ​Āwhina’s People worth $34.95

  • Great relationships - couples vs married couples

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 22.07.14 at 04:57 | Started by Wice on 16.12.13

    For me a marriage is just a piece of paper that says legally I am married and if I choose to take his name as well. Im a very practical person and when I commit I commit till things are really bad r we have grown apart. I don't need a piece of paper to show what is in my heart but a marriage certificate is legally binding and a contract of sorts. For me there is no diference between a couple who is married and another couple who isn't married. No one knows what is going on in a relationship except for those in the relationship.

    I married for the first time when I was 18 and a silly goose. I wasn't in true love but thought I was. After the marriage came to a violent halt I swore I would never marry again. I was bitter or afraid of love - I just knew I was a grown up now and needed to be more sensible when it came to affairs of the heart and my childrens needs and welfare and then three years later I accidentally found mu man and fell into true love and we have been to hell and back but we're a team. I married him because I wanted to be with him for the rest of our lives but there were ex es and property that needed to be dealt with and being married meant it was easier to deal with legally if needs be. So I married again for the right reasons. Love and the piece of paper that gives each the legal right to step in and deal with the red tape. Married or unmarried makes very little difference when a couple truly make the commitment to each other. Read more about Great relationships - couples vs married couples

  • BB Cream - explain?!

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 27.05.14 at 22:03 | Started by RC on 16.12.13

    If you check out Garnier NZ on facebook they have a game at the moment that you can enter and possibly win and people are also talking about if they have tried it. Read more about BB Cream - explain?!

  • Win a gorgeous pack from WELLA

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 27.05.14 at 22:01 | Started by Marley on 26.05.14

    Wella is fantastic. :) Read more about Win a gorgeous pack from WELLA

  • How would you describe love in one word?

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 13.05.14 at 04:51 | Started by Mellow on 12.05.14

    Heartfelt. Read more about How would you describe love in one word?

  • Garlic - Love it, or hate it.

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 13.05.14 at 04:39 | Started by Mellow on 06.05.14

    I love garlic for colds etc it's healing properties are numerous and I am a big believer. I use it when I have a cold. Slow cooked and crushed up in hot water and lemon juice. A bit yuckky but tolerable and it works. Read more about Garlic - Love it, or hate it.

  • Healthy snacks

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 01.04.14 at 03:38 | Started by KH on 13.07.11

    Popcorn is definitely my favourite snack. For me I don't crave potato chips or fries when I know I can indulge in some popcorn with a tiny pinch of salt and cooked in rice bran oil. Delicious, filling and something to look forward to. Read more about Healthy snacks

  • Win A Red Seal Cider Slim

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 01.04.14 at 03:36 | Started by Mellow on 31.03.14

    I am losing weight in a healthy slow way but would love to try these. :) Read more about Win A Red Seal Cider Slim

  • The Strain by Gillermo Del Toro

    Last post: d3bbi3 on 01.04.14 at 03:35 | Started by d3bbi3 on 13.03.14

    I thought the books were great. I have read many vampire books in the years. (No offense but I couldn't stomach the Twilight ones but I wasn't their target audience.) Such as Anne Rices Vampire books, Stephen King, Bram Stoker etc I've even penned a couple of vampire stories for friends to read and enjoy.

    I read the Strain series with a bit of an attitude. I was expecting same old same old stuff but no! The vampires are different from the usual we usually get served. I was impressed. The books are very well written, the characters are gritty, interesting and not the usual beautiful damsel who has to be rescued and sucks at fighting and getting the tough stuff done.

    They were real page turners and I love them and was sad when I finished them.

    I hope I do the books justice and no one reads them and has no idea what I was raving about. :) Read more about The Strain by Gillermo Del Toro

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