Spam spam spam spam spam spam spam

I’ve started 2016 feeling full of hope and joy.

I’ve been poked numerous times (on Facebook) and had a gutful of spam in my inbox. I’m loving it. I love the nonsensical emails I receive much more than work emails. These spammers have a wonderful grasp of the nuances of the English language and obviously an eye for the ladies.

Far better than inspirational Pinterest posts, spammers inspire me to parent better, reach for the stars and drink more. I’m enjoying a weekend full of spam and helpful Facebook messages from strangers. Pass the chardy.

Too much of information regarding recent styles block the minds of the childs and distract them from their studies.

You do research and find supplier for this item and now you successful selling it online.

So yoou probably wonder what to say to a girl on MySpace, or whst to say to a giurl on Facebook.

I will immediately grab your arss as I can’t to find your e-mail subcription hyperlink newsletter service. Do you’ve any? Kindly let me recognize so that I may.

Guys not shy about using elements of sexual language in their handles, for example Stud – Muffin, Lover – Boy and the like

Hello, good evening, welcome


Thank you Dr Montessori

Educational genius Maria Montessori was born on this day in 1870. A woman far ahead of her time, she went to medical school then began her quest to educate young minds. A single mother whose father was sceptical about her work, Montessori believed that, “The child is both a hope and a promise for mankind.” In a year when too many children have died in bloody wars started by male warmongers, her words have never felt more true: “Peace is a practical principle of human civilisation and social organisation that is based on the very nature of man. Peace does not enslave him; rather, it exalts him…. And because it is based on man’s nature, it a constant, a universal principle that applies to all human beings. This principle must be our guide in building a science of peace and educating men for peace.”