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Ruth Wells

This made my day! As I sit at my computer at work trying to write reports, answer emails and juggle a million things I realise I feel so rotton because I haven't had enough lipstick breaks! Maybe I should get it written into my contract!

Ruth Wells

Obviously can't spell either (rotten) .....definately time to re-do my hair!

Jenny Baker

and make sure you wash your hands!

Sam Pink

Just brilliant :) made me smile

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