Luna Lookgood

10 Apr

So there I was laid in bed on my iPod doing my usual hunt on eBay for anything Harry Potter related. From soft toys to stamps to the monster book of monsters – the online auction heaven has everything you could ever want.

But this girlie already has the robe, the stationary set and the lunchbox and wanted something a bit more glamorous.

I kept on trawling through when there it was the absolute perfect item I could ever wish for – a Harry Potter charm bracelet!


I ADORE charm bracelets as they fascinate with me and I often can spend a whole lesson going through the various charms on one of my many bracelets rather than attempting 80 words per minute in shorthand.

This bracelet in particular had every Harry Potter-esque charm on it that I could ever wish for – from Scabbers to a Hungarian Horntail to a Firebolt to a golden snitch and even Colin Creevey’s infamous camera plus a million more.

I immediately bought if and paid for it straight way then persuaded my boyfriend to buy me it for our five year anniversary ;).

The price for this all kinds of amazing Harry Potter charm bracelet? – £9.99!

Get yourself onto the eBayers shop and buy one for yourself – tell them I sent you.

Will I be going too far if I team it up with my timeturner, Gryffindor robe and elder wand? – No, didn’t think so.


I am going to put ALL my clothes in this little box.

27 Mar

I turned up to Benny’s work today in my new favourite outfit – see below – and his work collegue said to him “You could never live with her – the fashion Police would wake you up every morning.” Any normal person would take that as an insult, but i’m not normal so thanks Michael for the compliment :D.


Leopard print faux Raybans: €3 – Viareggio market stall.
Grey studded leather jacket: £15 – Matalan.
Black T: £3 – Primark.
Thick gold necklace: £2 – Matalan.
Vintage belt: £1.95 – Charity Shop.
Satchel: £2.95 – Charity Shop.
OTT skirt: 50p – Charity Shop.
Faux white converse: €15 – Shoe shop in Florence.

Gosh, my hair is very blonde isn’t it? – those big bad black roots need sorting out though asap. Somebody give me money to do so pretty please.

In a octopus’ garden with you.

17 Mar

Today is a landmark day – it is mine and Bennys five year Anniversary!!

I should write something uber emotional about how much I love him but this isn’t the right place plus as i’ve said before i’m an unemmotional bitch.

Here are some cartoons of us that we drew each other five years back. In reality I should upload cute pictures of us throughout the years but we are simply too cool to take egotistical pictures of the both of us together.


– you will always keep me snuggly like a buggly!

eBay buys.

12 Mar

Long time no blog! Sorry about the hiatus but i’ve been busy eating Pizza Hut, sleeping and watching Crufts but now I’m back and I’ve got helluva lot of stuff to blog about.

I’ve been a bit lazy as of late and instead of going around town looking for what I wanted I went to the worlds biggest auction website that is eBay.

I will admit it, I am a bit TOO addicted and often spend the last 10 minutes before I drift off too sleepy land looking for anything to do with my favourite wrestlers, as evident in this picture:

I soon gave up on trying to find Beth Phoenix’s ring worn attire after trying for 3 weeks non-stop and instead I started to search for a pair of leather pants. Continue reading


9 Mar

I walked through the door after an uber long day at University today to find my dad dressed up to the nines as a rhinestone cowboy…


Teddy Boy Jacket: 112759 Italian lira (about £50) – Designer shop in Italy back in the day.
Cowboy Shirt: £5 – eBay.
Jeans: £4 – Primark.
Black Cowboy Boots: £9 – Camden Market.
Cowboy boot bolo tie & Eagle belt: borrowed from a mate who is a country and western performer.

I fully expect to wake up tomorrow morning and find a saddled up horse in my back yard.

Happy Birthday Daddy.

7 Mar

Happy Birthday Daddy!! – I would write something heartfelt and that but I don’t have emotions.


These boots are made for walkin’

21 Feb

As of time of writing and without trudging all the way down stairs to count I currently own 10 pairs of boots (ankle, shin, knee, thigh-high – all flat though may I add) – obsessed me? I THINK SO!

Now, I know for sure that I didn’t HAVE to add another two pairs to my already full at the brim shoe closet but when I came across a pair of boots that I couldn’t live without in Primark this week I knew ASAP that I would be adding another pair to my bursting boot collection.

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