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mini fridge

From the personals in latest London Review of Books:

If you like attractive, personable, romantic types I doubt very much that you’d get along with any of the other goofballs in this column. So write to me instead. I’ve kitted out my attic as a rumpus room with a Nintendo Wii and a mini fridge, and my mum hardly ever goes up there. M, 38.

Up next toxification In Luke Jennings’ review of Babel and Political Mother for The Observer on Sunday 23 May 2010 he writes: Dramaturgs are the management consultants more From my colleague Erica Stanton (awesome person): I am reminded of some wise words from educationist Elliott Eisner and look forward to a time
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