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My Dad, My Hero
For most people, their biggest inspiration in life is usually celebrities or sports personalities but for myself, my biggest inspiration in life has to be my dad. Some people look to fame and fortune as life goals and for people they aspire to be. The biggest thing I want from life is to be a...
Are one night stands a social taboo? couple on floor, kissing, one night stands, social taboo, sex, relationships, kettle mag, samantha morton
In today’s world, more and more people are logging online to find their perfect match, and less people are doing it the old-fashioned way with face-to-face interaction. Instead, they are depending on a short online profile to find their soul mate. However, not all dating sites are used for the same reason. Sites like Tinder have...
Dear Santa… A grown up letter
As Christmas approaches it's that one time of year when our greed tends to get the better of us. It's a tradition that we’ve known for years - time to sit down and write that meaningful letter to Santa. Anything and everything  When we were kids, this wish list seems to be able to go...
A Review of Magic To Memphis by Julie Starr Kettlemag, Books, Magic to Memphis, Julie Starr, Samantha Morton
When we’re young, we often find ourselves confused, struggling with our adolescence and not wanting to wait to grow up. This is an underlying view in Julie Starr’s Magic to Memphis and something most readers could relate to. The story follows young Jessie, a girl with a dream to become a successful musician but also with...
Three things you’ll know if you’re the youngest sibling Kettlemag, Relationships, Family,
Being the baby of the family isn’t always as cute as it may sound, sometimes it can lead to trouble. All families have their ups and downs, but in my family I was always the trouble maker, you see being the youngest and the only girl with two older brothers meant I could pretty much...
Batteries are more than just disposable Batteries, Samantha Morton, KettleMag, Frivolity
Batteries were invented in the early 1800’s by Alessandro Volta. He invented the first battery which was known as the Voltaic Cell, consisting of two plates of different metals which were then immersed in a chemical solution in order to produce it’s electrical working current.The first rechargeable battery wasn’t invented until late 1859 by a French physicist...
The Top five types of TV couples Kettlemag, Relationships, TV Couples,
Every relationship has its ups and downs and whenever we’re battling through issues with our other halves we begin to look at other couples and compare how they are so superior to ourselves. What you have to remember is that their happiness may not be real, things may not be as they seem, it may...
Dreaming can be such a nightmare Kettlemag, Frivolity, Dreaming, Nightmare, Samantha Morton
Over the years scientists have explored why as humans we dream. There has been a lot of speculation on what could impact our dreams. Could it be our diet, state of mind or are we just crazy when we dream about running away with the circus? (Yes, I actually had that dream). I really didn't think Googling 'rescuing...
Can the opposite sex be just friends? Kettlemag, Relationships, Sex, Sam Morto
So are you just friends or have you been friend-zoned? Sometimes the opposite sex being strictly friends can cause a whirlwind of trouble, no matter what the situation is you will always be quizzed on your intentions and subject to rumours. If your friend of the opposite sex is hot, get ready to be grilled...
How to introduce your other half to your parents?
This will always be a tender subject and no matter how much you try, it is guaranteed to be one of the most awkward situations of your life. You have to remember you’ve probably spent months infatuated by everything this other person does. You love their little quirks but that doesn’t mean everyone else finds...