There is a very strong word used in the last main paragraph of the main text - I use it to illustrate my point.
So facebook is making me sad and not allowing me to comment as anna and the ring. I like my online persona, it's warm and safe.
I'm not saying that people are out to get me - but you just don't know who's out there.
So I can't comment on the lovely A Practical Wedding facebook pages anymore. Sad face.
Anyhoo, this lovely weekend there is to be a lovely book club with "How to be a Woman*" as it's main attraction.
We should all be meeting at Noon in the Defector's Weld in Shepherd's Bush.
When - 5th November
Where - Defector's Weld - which is right on the corner on the North West side of Shepherd's Bush Green.
Time - Noon
What - How to be a Woman - Caitlin Moran
Shepherd's Bush is quite easy to get to. Shepherd's Bush itself on the Central line (oh and the train if you're coming from Clapham Junction or from the north) and closer to the pub (almost!) there is Shepherd's Bush Market which is on the Hammersmith and City line.
It's nice and easy to get to as the central line is working as normal and the western arm of the Hammersmith and City line is apparently going to be working well (although you know the tube!). There are also a myriad of buses which stop in and around Shepherd's Bush Green.
So will I see you on Saturday?
Here comes the "bad" word. (Although if you have read the book I'm pretty sure you're going to be okay with me saying it?)
I guess I should knuckle down and read the book properly. I'm not going to lie I'm not expecting to enjoy it. So that's partly why I want to discuss it. I guess I have old lady views and just because you say the word "cunt" you aren't cool or a feminist. I'm not automatically going to love the book - but that's not a bad thing - there are already plenty of fan girls for Caitlin Moran. I better get reading, right? (And stop sounding like Mary Whitehouse!)
*Should I capitalise?