At the time of writing, Bad Moms has apparently already made almost $56 million big ones at the box office and it’s my bet it will double, triple and even inspire a TV series. Yes, sisters, it’s. that. good.
Think the Hangover meets Sex and the City – Bad Moms is crass, irreverent and confronting, yet oh so relatable it will make you squirm in your seat on more than a few occasions. And just like SATC, if you’re a Mum, you’ll see yourself in at least one (if not all) of the main characters which can uncomfortable, comforting and hilarious all at the same time.
Continuing on with our SATC comparison, the main characters could be Carrie, Samantha and Charlotte (ditching Miranda, I mean, who ever liked her anyway?) but are now Mums living in the burbs. Amy, Carla and Kiki but ‘living the dream’ of the white picket fence variety, swapping their Manolo’s for Kumfs and their Cosmopolitans for long blacks, their days as Moms are tedious, long and unfulfilled.
Remember the good old days when you could party hardy? I'm talking drinking Fruity Lexia, smoking ciggie-butts, dancing on the tables to Melissa Tkautz until 3am and then following it all up with a good old McDonald's binge? Those were the good old days.
Fast-forward to today and I can't even stay awake past 8pm let alone even consider eating McDonald's - the party is well and truly over for me, my friends. And it's this sentiment that encapsulates my feelings towards the entire Absolutely Fabulous movie – both the champagne and movie was flat; our favourite characters didn't seem funny anymore, new characters weren't likeable and no amount of cameos (and there were many) could save it. Maybe the passage of time simply hasn't been kind - after all, it has been twenty five years. Were my expectations too high? Maybe I've changed? Maybe they have? Or maybe they haven't and therein lies the problem?
If you currently own a Ford, Holden, Nissan, Toyota or a Subaru (or any car brand for that matter) and want to save some money and time, then read up, sisters - this post is for you!
Say goodbye to dealers that overcharge you for parts, there’s a brand new website that allows you to easily find essential car parts and accessories without the need to be an expert mechanic. Partsales is an online marketplace that will make it easy for you if you’re ever in need of car part replacements. It is a super useful tool that has brought together top car part retailers, offering a wide range of car parts and accessories. Offering everything from new wiper blades to panels and headlights, you won’t need to drive around searching for auto parts shops or struggle with finding parts that are compatible for your vehicle.
The site is extremely convenient, easy to navigate and incredibly useful for those who don’t have the expertise when it comes to car parts. Simply enter your car’s make, model and year and it will automatically show the parts that specifically fit your car – easing fears that you may end up with incompatible parts for your vehicle.
Marketing cars to women has never been more progressive, and the latest campaign by INFINITI within the launch of their new Q60 is proof.
Game of Thrones (GOT) resident heartthrob Kit Harrington - aka Jon Snow - has been enlisted by INIFINITI USA to star in a one minute film launching the Q60 model.
In a nut-shell, the short movie shows Harington striding towards the Q60, settling into the car and dramatically reciting William Blake's primal poem, "The Tyger." Harington's intense performance is awakened as he takes both the Q60 and the poem for a visceral, winding drive. The film ends with an effortless stop from the Q60 and a knowing glance by Harington. Be still thy beating heart.
Obviously wanting to put this car on the map with panting women everywhere (and otherwise ignoring the accepted life-hack that Jon Snow knows nothing), INFINITI has released a statement by Harrington who states, "What inspires me personally in my life, is a beautiful piece of writing – something which is specific, delicate and beautiful," said Kit Harington. We assume he means the car.
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