Does anybody know of any hot drinks that don't contain caffeine (tea), make you wee excessively (hot chocolate), or taste like dishwater (camomile), sweat (ginger and lemon) or battery acid (fruit tea)? I have an inkling I'm going to be drinking a lot of hot squash this winter...I hate camomile, so I go with the hot chocolate option. Camomile dos help me sleep (mapp, have you ever tried it? It may help), but, well, that's not a big enough benefit to buy it. Drinking it when it's supplied is another issue though.
Shame faeriecween's offline at the moment, 'tis her who keeps giving me the stuff to drink.
( Ah, feck it, might as well quote the HP review )Welcome back to Hogwarts, a school with such a shameful record of appointing teachers who are actually murderous demons in disguise that it should have been shut down by Ofsted( ...backstory... )the malevolent minions of Voldemort ( try to kill him (again) ). Just as frightening for Harry ( there are some steretyped foreigners )at Hogwarts for ( a pretext that isn't really explained very well. We have ) the jeunes filles from France( and )the Durmstrang Institute's crewcut stormtroopers.( It's probably ) the most gratifying film of the series ( the first that's ) a distinct entity in its own right ( and not ) a scene-by-scene re-enactment ( It's funny at times, you can follow the plot without having read the book and ) J K Rowling's notorious ( overblown prose is ) pared back to basics, ( and, if you're a dull witted reviewer who needs to get out more, ) The action set-pieces are genuinely thrilling ( although, to be fair, I did laugh a lot ). Mike Newell has made no bones about sending his young stars to acting classes, and it's a move that's paid off ( it has? That's news to me, Harry was wooden throughout, maybe the ability to emote isn't needed in a child star ) Mind you, the idea that Hermione might fancy Ron seems a lot more convincing in the book than in a film where, frankly, she's out of his Quidditch league.That last bit is true, she almost looked good in the ballgown. For a kid far to young for me, anyway.