The Supersizers Eat The 1980s

The Supersizers Eat The 1980s
Adam Ant and Madonna-style clothing, which Giles and Sue wear.

Monday, 25 March 2013

Food on a paper plate.

Here is a random pic of food on a plate. For no other reason than to feast your eyes on it, and wonder how I created that eye shape with the ketchup. God knows. I just did. I went in a circular motion with my hand and... ta da! It's an eye! Then there's cucumber and a scotch egg (shop bought).

This post is not my Q & A one, obvs. But never fear, I WILL do it! Just give me a day or so. There's still someone who has to ask me a question yet! They are a massive Sue Perkins fan. And one of the nicest Twitter followers I have ever had. EVER.

P.S. Check this cat out!

Cute cat alert!
It's my little cat friend Billie. I named it that, after Billie Piper. She's one of my favourite actresses. And plus, Billie can be either a boy or a girl's name. Can't it?

So, it's time for me to leave the blog writing again. But I hope you enjoyed this short post. Just giving you a snippet of my life here. Ooo, AND a pic of Giles Coren for you guys. 'Cause I am his superfan. (Well, hey, I don't call myself Supersizer1 for nothing, you know.)

Giles is smiling here. He's helping out in a Jewish woman's kitchen.
Bye for now!

Ss1. XxX

Thursday, 21 March 2013

Coming up next time...

Hello! This is a pre-post post. One of those posts where I talk about an upcoming post. Probably the first one I've written. Basically, there's a post coming up, and if you read my tweets, then you'll know about it. It's called #AskSupersizer1! And it's a Q and A post, where you peeps can ask me questions.

This new post (that's coming up) is probably going to be written by the end of this week, if not then the beginning of next week. You can still ask me questions, if you want to. Either tweet me @Supersizer1 or comment below this blog post.

Thank you to all of you who've asked me questions so far. Including Ant Payne - Capital FM presenter! It was a really good question that he asked. A music related one, of course. And I can't wait to answer his question, along with all the others.

For fans of Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, you'll probably have seen this week's episode of Heading Out! Wasn't it brilliant?!?! Mel was particularly good and funny in it! She put on a foreign accent, and wore an unbelieveable outfit. She lit up that vets waiting room, I can tell you. Her and Sue are just brill together on screen. It was a great moment when they first spoke to each other on the show.

Thank you for reading this blog post. Hope you can return for my next one. And bye for now!

Ss1. xxx

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Personal post, about getting put down but bouncing back!

Blogging is one of my favourite ways to express myself on the internet. The one rule I always go by when blogging is this: Only blog when you feel you have something to say. And I tend to stick to that rule.

This time around, I feel I want to talk about me. Not celebs or TV shows, or even music. Just a personal post, as a way of letting my feelings out.

The main thing that's bothering me right now is being put down, and how I deal with it. This is in real life, not on the internet. It's a problem I face quite regularly, from a particular person, who I shall not name on here. But anyway, they often say things to me that annoys me and gets me down. Which I'm sure happens to most of us, at some time or another. It's really unfair. I feel like I do nothing wrong, I'm just being myself, doing what I normally do, every day. But then... they must make some comment to make me feel like crap.

I don't like this one bit. I know deep down that I'm alright, I'm not naughty, or rude, or impolite. I'm not too loud, or talk too much, or watch awful TV shows. I'm not like that at all.

How would they like it if I started having a go about everything they do that I perhaps think is wrong or bad or whatever?

Also, when they say these things I usually react fairly badly to it. I talk back to them in the same tone of voice they do. And I do try and say that they are being annoying, but usually it doesn't stop it.

It's like at school when kids get bullied. Some kids do talk back to their bullies, rather than take all the rubbish from them. And that is good. As long as you don't talk back in such a way as to create an atmosphere where a fight could occur.

Anyway, generally I feel that any sort of bad, nasty or rude behaviour is not acceptable. Not when it can offend someone. If people say things for a joke, however, and like how comedians make light of things, or mock them, then that's different. If it's done in a jokey manner then that can be ok. Although not repeatedly. It would just get annoying then, wouldn't it?

So, that's all really. Not a lot more I can say. Just that people should treat others nicely, and how they would want to be treated.

Also, I never stay feeling down forever. You have to brush off bad vibes as much as possible. Bounce back and be yourself again. Others can and will judge you, but only you know what you're really like.

Bye for now peeps! Ss1. xxx