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We celebrated our 4th Anniversary today, my darling stubborn Polish boyfriend and I.
We walked from Canary Wharf to Covent garden along the Thames, which is about 5.2miles/8.32km according to Google Map, occasionally stopping to observe pigeon porn by the river or to gobble up our picnic-on-wheels. (Which drew the pornstar pigeons closer, so we fled) Then came the traditional Mexican dinner – having walked 1/5 of a marathon, we asked for one of each and licked all plates clean. Took a bus home, both 6 months pregnant with burritos and nachos, boyfriend almost went into premature labour with a burp. My I think we do make a good couple.
H&M, Combat Boots (Ebay)
Finally found those H&M shoes, after literally revisiting the store almost everyday (major advantage of having school in centre of London). The flower thing in the heels and front panel really aren’t that bad, the double straps are really what’s worth it.
The combat boots from ebay are actual military issue, so they’re rock heavy but sturdy. Score for £5! I didn’t want to get ye olde Doc Martens so I searched for combat boots on ebay – luckily men’s size 6 is rather rare and not many are interested in them.
So here’s an Ebay tip, If your shoe size is UK6/7 (US8.5/9.5), there are plenty of quality leather boots and vintage DocMartens floating around with dirtcheap starting bids desperately trying to attract men with small feet. Shoesize-wise, in the UK it’s the same, men’s size 6 = women’s size 6; but in the US men’s size 6 = women’s size 8, difference of two.
Everyone having a good weekend?