Dear Adelaide <3

Dear Adelaide or otherwise known as Radelaide (no, it really is)

We need to talk to you and I…What is going?!

What is this toxicity that I’ve noticed lately. Has it always been there? Have I just never noticed it before? There’s a extremely good chance that off in my own little dream world. With all the love I love putting out there, maybe I was just too blind to see it. Maybe because I’ve been changing, I’m only now realising it?

Adelaide, you are toxic.

You may be smaller than your sisters and brothers, and Sydney maybe the “hip place” for tourists to visit, Melbourne may have a little more variety. You are still so beautiful. Because you are smaller, need for quality over quantity is so much more imperative!

What is with this need lately you seem to have with wanting more friends, rather than the quality of the friendship. What is this toxic goo, that I’ve been noticing spread around Adelaide lately?

I’ve been very happy lately, but so many people who I thought were friends, don’t seem to be around anymore. They’d rather hang out with the people that caused me heartbreak. It seems to be becoming a common theme in Adelaide, I see the friends I do have, being hurt, for no good reason, other than people can. Adelaide it’s not good enough. What is your need to be the ‘most’ popular. Where is the need to just be a good friend?

Where is the need to just be kind to others?

Adelaide, you don’t know what you’re missing! There is NO way you are going to convince me, even though these “adults” choose to be this way, that they are happy.

Adelaide, you keep trying to pass yourselves off as Wednesday Addams, cool, dark, mysterious, clever, and individual…But you’re starting to come across as the “Mean Girls”

Wednesday Mean Girl

Adelaide Cup

In my little “town” (it’s South Australia main city) today is “Adelaide Cup” day. To break it down, instead of breaking it down into tinier stories. It’s a Public Holiday in South Australia (YAY) but it’s also the day in South Australia where our fanciest of the fanciest and the richest of the richest come out and take a bet on some horses.

The Adelaide Cup always takes place on the second Monday in March and it’s first run was in 1864. The first race usually takes places around lunch time and then continues at roughly 40 minute intervals for the rest of the afternoon/day.

Now this day does cause a lot of controversy, as you can probably imagine. That constant battle between “making” horses run and what can sometimes happen after the races. Also that eternal battle of do the horses really want to race? It’s also causes that big controversy of people needing to shop for everything in the whole supermarket, just in case…just in case, on that one public holiday day they run out of…stuff,lol

So readers, what do you think of racing? Horse racing or otherwise? Personally I am enthralled by car-racing, even though I don’t drive!

*If you do place a bet today, do so, responsibly*. 

Benedict Cumberbatch!

So technically this post is more like “Trickery Tuesday” rather than Magic Monday. It’s been a long weekend and I did not anticipate being out for so long on the Monday and I obviously had no Blog scheduled.

I am so excited though one of my most favourite actors is coming out to Australia and I am going to be going to be seeing him! It totally makes up for Matt Smith cancelling (although I do feel bad for whatever he is going through right now). I think that Benedict is a magical creature all on his own. Benedict Cumberbatch was born Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch in the UK and both of his parents are actors. Benedict Cumberbatch already had an agent by the time he finished Acting classes, which included a year off to teach English to Tibetan monks.

Just a small list of appearances he has made are:

Sherlock Holmes
The Hobbit (voice Actor)
Star Trek
12 Years a Slave
The fifth Estate

Ladies and Gentlemen we present to you the talented, the gorgeous, the utterly undeniably amazing Benedict Cumberbatch soon to be starring in Australia!

benedict