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Rare Editions Little Girls' Big Girl Cheetah Print Bubble Legging Set
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    Cheetah print leggings?

    So I had definite to wear cheetah print leggings with my jean skirt. one of my scene friend liked it, but everyone eles kept on looking at me funny...


    It depends on what YOU over about the leggings who cares if other people laugh or giggle they're just a bunch of immature kids

  • Paradise

    where can i buy printed leggings?

    i reallyy long for printed leggings, cheetah, zebra, neon prints, anything reallyyyy cuuutee :) anyy ideeas?


    here are some cunning ideas: http://www.sheglam.com/leggings.html

Give us some more tunes, Lenny! PATRICK MARMION reviews Rudy's Rare ... - Every day Mail

Rating:

Back in his intrinsic West Midlands for the stage premiere of his Radio 4 musical comedy about a reggae shop in Handsworth, you can feel the love for Lenny Henry.

And yet I’m not sure the resident hero from Dudley and co-writer Danny Robins have done enough to kick on from the radio show. It needs more of what Henry calls in the programme ‘bang for your buck’. Musical bang in minutia.

The 30-minute radio plots have been bulked out with a story about Adam’s truculent and wonderfully deluded Jamaican father, Rudy Sharpe, refusing to shop-girl his beloved shop to developers.

Then there’s Adam’s son, who is on track to fulfil his dad’s worst fear by becoming a teenage father. Such sensitive issues are treated with seriousness — then drenched in gags, including some about Seventh Day Adventists and Nigerian parking attendants.

Although there’s a join tinkering backstage, it’s nearly an hour before we get the first number delivered full throttle — Lorna Gayle giving a glorious rendition of Dawn Penn’s You Don’t Love Me.

Later, Henry has every one skanking with The Israelites and Eddy Grant’s Front Line.

Best of all is when the three generations of men deliver a skin-tingling cover of Sam Cooke’s A Change Is Gonna Come. With scraps of rapping in between, these sounds produce more sparks than all the comedy.

In Paulette Randall’s amiable production, Larrington Walker is a hoot as Rudy, the stick-in-the-mud reggae boffin who looks like ‘a Peperami in underpants’. Mulish yet vulnerable, proud yet foolhardy, he makes a fabulous Jamaican fossil.

Jeffery Kissoon plays nicely alongside him as his gentle sparring partner from Trinidad and Joivan Cross inherits his grandad’s attitude as Adam’s lippy son.

Yet Henry is under-used. When he lets rip singing, you see his full potential. While the audience certainly likes him, people came here absent to love him.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

Mary Berry's kinsfolk recipe for bread: CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last ... - Daily Mail

We’ve seen a steelier, less clement Mary Berry as Bake Off moved to BBC1 this year, but it took a deeply personal probe into her past to reduce her to swearing.

‘Cor blummee, it’s heavy,’ gasped Mary, as she lifted a baker’s scull loaded with loaves out of an old-fashioned oven. That’s what is so reassuring about her: even when she’s ruffled, she never loses her manners.

You can be certain that if Mary were stranded on a desert island, with no one around for 1,000 miles to get wind of her, and she couldn’t get the fire to light, the worst profanity that would escape her lips is: ‘Gosh, bother and blast it!’

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But she uncovered a streak of loucheness in her ancestry, too — bankruptcy, cunning practice and a string of illegitimate children.

At its best, this history show can be as absorbing as a well-plotted police procedural, as a series of documents lead us deeper into the dramas and romances of mislaid generations. No special effects, no globehopping, no glamorous supporting cast — this is primetime TV on a daytime budget.

Mary’s Victorian forebears did not stint on their moral transgressions, and what made each proclamation more fascinating was her loyal determination to believe the best of her family.

She traced her line back to Robert Houghton, born in Norfolk in 1798, and was thrilled to realise he had been a bread-maker. ‘I can in fact say there was baking in my family,’ she exclaimed. ‘I’m going to add that to my CV. Gosh!’

But it quickly transpired that Robert was not the puff pastry and focaccia type. His shop stood on the worst row in Norwich, nicknamed Blood-and-Guts Alley, among bear pits and brothels. His staff slaved from dawn till midnight, baking loaves out of scope bones and sawdust for the workhouse.

The bread was so bad that the paupers protested, like a scene from Oliver Twist. Mary was not impressed — they must have been an ungrateful bunch, she sniffed.

But her views shifted when she discovered Christopher Berry, a decayed scoundrel 200 years ago who abandoned his wife and six of his children to the workhouse after going bankrupt.

Three of the youngest died there of malnutrition, but Christopher...

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

There's living yet in this blistering old boozer: PATRICK MARMION reviews Juno ... - Daily Mail

Sean O’Casey’s 1924 piece de resistance is like High Mass in Ireland. It’s done so often it has assumed the familiarity of religious ritual.

In the UK, the story of the penniless, grandiose drunk and his careworn partner in a Dublin tenement is not so heavily familiar. It is, nonetheless, a richly proverbial repertory staple, with some of the finest parts in the English language. The challenge is to plot an native path through its forest of history, vaudeville and tragedy.

Gemma Bodinetz’s riveting production, starring Niamh Cusack and Des McAleer in the title roles, meets this stimulation with huge confidence and flair.

The temptation is to overcook it; to allow the crapulent ‘paycock’ Jack Boyle to become a figure of farce with his tall stories of abroad travel.

His wife Juno can, likewise, come over as either a carping harridan or a gushy hysteric.

But this production swerves the usual pitfalls. It delivers a raw and revelatory reading, and deserves to actual on after its runs in Bristol and Liverpool.

The staging shuns the naturalistic trappings that usually secure the derelict world of the over-crowded, rat-infested, disease-ridden Dublin slums of the Twenties. It was a beget teeming with rowdy life but disfigured by hardship and the sectarian violence of the civil war that followed independence.

Here, Conor Murphy’s design is more of a dream space in front of a mountain of bric-a-brac from which actors miraculously turn out. Between scenes, musicians perch on this heap and burst into a noisy ceilidh, but as the mood darkens a lone violinist strikes a single, more plangent note.

Sounds depressing? Satisfactory, not a bit of it.

The other distinguishing feature is the muscular vitality of the acting. McAleer is an absolute rock in the landscape of this production. His scored face has the mournful look of a wind-battered peat-bog.

His jocularity and storytelling is matched only by the sadness of his scowl, which briefly disperses when his family inherits a fortune. Styling himself a sea captain, he navigates between grandstanding and clumsy clowning, his eye fixed on a pole star of self-illusion.

Cusack, too, puts in a magnificent turn as his wife,...

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

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