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Excellent

“I can Whisk”

published 12/04/2012

AdvantagesEasy for children to use easy to clean well made

DisadvantagesNone for my son

...This little children's whisk was something we bought from Lakeland a couple of months ago to use when cooking and baking with our son. Lakeland has joined in partnership with the Cbeebies series "I can cook" to produce a range of kitchen utensils especially for children. The whisk itself is nice and small about 20cm long in total. The handle is smaller than...

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Satisfactory

AdvantagesLots of animated boobies, catchy opening/closing theme music.

DisadvantagesFeels like a High School DxD knock off, unfunny jokes, weak story.

...So I Can't Play H is a twelve-episode anime based on the light novels penned by Pan Tachibana. I'm surprised that the property isn't an original animated series or at the very least a manga adaptation. Books are after all predominately made up of text. So I Can't Play H's main appeal however are the visuals on display... and by visuals I mean the bouncy boobies jiggling onscreen. Yes, this is...

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Excellent

“At last I can fly”

published 01/09/2002

AdvantagesGives you energy

DisadvantagesDoesn't taste too nice

...and concentration. The drink itself comes in a blue and silver can with the name in red on the front. Sometimes I pay little over £1 or £0.90p for a 250ml can. So, it's not cheap. But, it's not one of those drinks that you drink all the time like cola or lemonade. Only when you feel you need a boost. I get through maybe 1 or 2 cans a weeks, depending on when I feel I need it most. THE TASTE...

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