Susan Hated Literature
She'd much prefer to read a good book
Tags: Northern Ireland
3 May 2006
28 January 2005
19 December 2003
I'm lost for words…
I think that is pretty much the only response to have Misty.
Fence, you're probably wondering why I would exhibit such a harsh and cavalier attitude towards such a heartrending tragedy. It's because I was commenting on your OTHER post. Dammit.
This is not hilarious. It's terrible.
Your strange, made-up word being searched for is hilarious. God.
Don't worry Kelly, I've never think you harsh. Cavalier perhaps, but only in a dashing way. I've moved your other comment over to the other post, so its all good. :)
Thank you, O Webmaster Extraordinaire. You've saved my ass.
As a person, I think Keane was a bit of an arse.
As a player, he was a master in midfield and there's not many who can follow in his footsteps.
I'm glad I didn't see him smiling – would have given me nightmares.
@ErisLovesMovies So hard to know how it'll look...
About 2 months ago
RT @KidsBooksIrel It’s almost the weekend and another round of reviews are now live on our site!
From Happy Here (@_KnightsOf) to One Million Insects (@isabelwriting - @KidsWelbeck) there’s something for everyone this week.
Head to childrensbooksireland.ie/reco… for a browse!📚 pic.twitter.com/ZGtzuKJfUB
About 3 months ago
Logging in to twitter for the first time this year (I think) to support this event. All those negative comments need push-back, so please support this event by the @NLIreland #diversity #PRIDE twitter.com/NLIreland/stat…
About 4 months ago