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Bob Martin Anti Bacterial Poop Scoop Bag 12/04/2012

Bob Martin Anti Bacterial Poop Bags

Syrian Hamster 11/04/2012

The Syrian Hamster: FLUFFTASTIC! ..Or just smelly?

Epson SX435W 09/04/2012

Smart, Sleek and Simple: the Epson SX435W delivers!

Primark (Shop) 04/04/2012

Jumble sale or bargain heaven?

Primark (Shop) IntroductionPrimark has been running from 1969 and is a large clothes retailer originating from Ireland. It is a subsidiary of Associated British Foods and holds it's head office in Dublin, Ireland. Primark employs around 36,000 people and caters for men, women and children. First impressionsUpon entering my local Primark it is hit and miss on how it will look. It can, at times, look like a complete jumble sale - clothes are mis-placed, often on the floor. Racks are in all the wrong places and staff are running around like headless chickens. I have also found Primark to be a very stuffy shop - and this is not just my local one, others seem to share the same aura. During recent years though, I must admit that the shops look less and less like a jumble sale and are somewhat more presentable. The layout of the shop however remains completely random. If you are a male, like myself, you want to know where the essentials are: food is in the fridge, clothes are in the wardrobe and your bed is well... in your bedroom. Things in Primark are not quite as simple. You enter the shop one week and bam! There you go, there are the jeans you want. Unfortunately they do not fit so you have to return them. You go back to the shop the next week and suddenly they will be hidden and you may as-well have to complete an Indiana Jones quest in order to re-locate your treasured jeans. Okay, maybe that's a little over the top however they are constantly changing the positions of their items which is ...

Dogue de Bordeaux (French Mastiff) 02/04/2012

The Dogue de Bordeaux (French Mastiff)

Dogue de Bordeaux (French Mastiff) The Dogue de Bordeaux (DDB) dates as far back to fourteenth century France, primarily located in the southern region of Bordeaux - hence the name of the breed. The DDB at one time known to come in two varieties: the Dogue and the Doguin. The Dogue was known to be considerably larger than it's sister-breed. The Doguin no longer exists. The DDB is powerfully loyal, strong, muscular and very intimidating - therefore it is not surprising the French utilized the DDB's power to protect their castles. Other uses include hauling carts, heavy objects, hunting and protecting livestock. You may recognize the DDB from "Turner and Hooch".Temperament The DDB can at times be a lazy and docile breed. In my experience of owning a DDB she loves nothing more than to relax outside in the sun, however, do not be lulled into thinking they are always like this - when the DDB needs to be there - they will be there. Whether someone knocks on your front door or you want to play with your pet they will be ready. When they need to be they are agile, quick and extremely fast dogs. The dog can become bored though, so paying a lot of attention to your pet is essential. Include them in activities: even if they are in the living room with you and not left alone in another part of your house this is absolutely critical.Appearance The DDB can weigh anything above 50KG (male) and 45KG (female). They will be in-between 58-69cm in height. Their fur should be fine, short and soft to the touch - this makes it easy ...

Mario Party 9 (Wii) 02/04/2012

To buy or not to buy: Mario Party 9 Wii

Samsung Galaxy W I8150 02/04/2012

Samsung Galaxy W

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