Freaking out because I put my shoes on without checking for spiders. They’re all laced, tied and buckled up now and I really don’t want to undo and redo them all but spiders in my shoes are my worst nightmare and now I swear I can feel wriggling.
Never forget ever again.
Ermmm, I dunno. If I see something I like, then I’d buy it, no matter which shop was selling it. I suppose my favourites would be Transit, City Beach, and anywhere in Leederville. I prefer online though.
Ah well, I guess it depends really. I would say North London is the best, completely my own opinion though because that’s where I always am when I’m there. Camden, Islington, Holloway. It’s not the dodgiest of places, it’s walking distance to Oxford St (the center of London), and there’s always so much happening around there, and it’s youthful. It’s my favourite. If not North London, then I’d go eastward towards Brick Lane, Shoreditch, Hackney, Spitalfields, etc. That area is hip and happening, a bit more iffy though, although I’ve never had any trouble there. If you have the cash to splash, then South West/West would be nice, swanky and safe, although I find it a rather dull place to find myself in.
To be honest I think London in general is pretty safe. But entertainment wise, North of the Thames/Oxford St is a more exciting place to live.
If anybody has anything else to add, then feel free.
Thank you sweet lady. Lovin’ straight back at cha!