Spill It Sunday #4


I've had a super lovely day today, with all my family coming down to pre celebrate my birthday! Surprisingly we managed to fit 18 into our apartment! And noone seemed to be complaining.. maybe it was all the food?! I also opened my presents early, and for once I was surprised! I hate surprises, and majority of the time, I manage to find out but was actually shocked! I'd been after a blazer a few months back and kinda gave up, so this was one of them! As was a beaut pair of shorts.. definitely replacing my others! 
Now after, actually clearing up (for once!) I'm all snug (as per usual on a Sunday) waiting for the X Factor then I'm heading straight to bed due to lack of sleep this weekend (thanks to the parents kitty!) But nonetheless a lovely weekend.

Do you cry at movies? If so, which movies make you cry?
Yes I cry at movies. If I had to list them? We'd be here forever! I cry at sad ones, and I cry at happy ones! The one's which make me cry RIDICULOUS amounts are The Lion King, Marley and Me, and Love Actually. Also Bambi completely makes me ball like a baby, so I can never watch it! Sad times. Literally. I'm such a blouse.
What was your favourite toy as a child?
I was a HUGE puppy in my pocket fan. Like REALLY huge. I had 250 of them! All with names! I had them till I was like 15 because I couldn't part with them, and when I finally did, I still snuck 10 of my favourites into my pocket! 
Do you dye your hair yourself?
I certainly don't go to the hairdressers! However I normally get a friend to do it, because if I did it, I'd be extremely clueless! It's normally my friend Queen C! And I never stick to the same colour, I just pick whichever takes my fancy at the time! And if it looks all blotchy, I pretend it's meant to be like that!
How often have you driven over the speed limit?
Pretty much all the time. But to be fair, how many people DON'T?! And while we're on this question, I would like to make clear how much I DESPISE middle lane cruisers! They need to move OVER! Yes. I am a undertaker! And proud!

If you want to ask me a question (I love them!) then either, formspring me, tweet me @kfedland or simply leave a comment on this post. I love the embarrassing ones too!

23 comments

  1. i love your onepiece. so cute- ah same my bed is calling. glad you had a good weekend having early birthday celebrations :) x

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  2. Aw man I had totally forgotten about puppy in my pocket, I used to collect them too! We are too cool.
    I must admit, I've never seen The Lion King - everyone always seems so shocked when I tell them this! Some of my friends tried to persuade me to go see it in the cinema recently but after what everyone says about it being so sad, I was too scared in case I started bawling in the cinema haha.

    Gillian x
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  3. Puppy in my pocket, I used to love those! I had the puppy hotel, they were the best haha! x

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  4. Ha, i dye my own hair hence the stripey and streakiness! I always look forward to this feature of yours! x

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  5. I too am a home hair dyer. (and cutter, but not brusher unless I absolutely have to. too much ouch)
    I am thinking up witty (ha!) questions for your next post...

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  6. omg marley and me made me cry toooooo!

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  7. i use to never cry at movies but now i tear up all the time! Its kind of a problem ;) loved learning more about you! xo

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  8. love this post!:)
    xx

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  9. Haha these are great! Love Actually gets me every time too! I've given your blog an award on my blog :) xxx

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  10. You're too funny, Katy! I've never heard of Pocket Puppies, but do you know of Tamagotchies? Little electronic pet things that you had to care for.. let's just say I was obsessed. Oh, the 90s.

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  11. Thestylishconfessions5 December 2011 at 19:11

    ! Love this post, you're so funny!
    Xx

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  12. Naina, I LOVED those tamagotchies maaaan! They were so cool, however mine kept dying after a few days! 90's haha! LOVEEEE it.

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  13. Thanks laady! It's a cape.. I never wear it out! LOL.

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  14. OK, people call me weird for never having seen ET. but SERIOUSLY, never seen the Lion King? I feel like i neeeeeeed to take you to the cinema or even bring the dvd round. Yes it's sad, but it's such a classic! I DEMAND YOU WATCH IT!

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  15. Same same! And the jeep!!

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  16. Thanks Sarah! Dying your own hair, is the way forward!

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  17. Eeek, I do tend to brush my hair more nowadays. Hooray! I look forward to your questions!

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  18. Thanks Diane! Even happy films make me blub! What a pair we are!

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  19. Definitely a winner right? Especially the gospel singers, I want this at my wedding! I loveeeee it.

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  20. Love this blog v funny I'm your new follower keep posting ! :) xx

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