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All I Want Is You - U2

Bono, U2

You say you want diamonds on a ring of gold. You say you want your story to remain untold.

But all the promises we made, from the cradle to the grave. When all I want is you.

You say you'll give me a highway with no one on it. A treasure just to look upon it. All the riches in the night.

You say you'll give me eyes in a world of blindness. A river in a time of dryness. A harbour in the tempest.


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Living Dolls

Living Dolls

Living Dolls: Return to Sexism by Natasha Walter

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This is a book that every man and woman should read. It outlines an argument, not for women’s rights versus men’s rights, but a new way of thinking in terms of what it actually IS to be a man and a woman.


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Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James

Fifty Shades of Grey was the surprise phenomenon of 2012. The Social Network producers have secured the movie rights, American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis wants to adapt the screenplay and actor Ian Somerhalden has been campaigning for the role of Mr Grey. Speculation is rife among fans as to which actors will and should secure the leading roles. Of course, Mad Love Game had to see what all the fuss was about. 


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It’s been a year!

It's been a year

So, one year on and Tom and I have lots to celebrate. It's our 1 year anniversary of dating, and 6 month anniversary of living together.

Last weekend we celebrated with a dinner. Tom had sweetly sent me a diary reminder to block book me for the evening but wouldn’t say what it was. I bought a new black dress anyway – safe for all occasions. How were we going to mark these momentous milestones?


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Love quote

To me fair friend, you never can be old.

For as you were, when first your eye I eyed; 

Such seems your beauty still.

Shakespeare