Hi everyone. This is my bit of the FUNBOX website, and in my opinion, its the coolest bit! Cos I am soooooo cooool!
You can find my favourite jokes and riddles, and I’ll keep you updated on what I’ve been up to and where I’ve been. As you probably know, I love my food – the weirder the better sometimes. So I may post my favourite recipes. If you have any favourite recipes or things you like to eat, then share them with me too.
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I love going to The Brunton Theatre cos Musselburgh has TWO fantastic ice cream shops; Luca’s and Di Rollo’s. I really like ice cream – especially strawberry flavour. And vanilla. And chocolate (though Anya says I’m not allowed chocolate). In fact there’s no ice cream I don’t like. Except mayonnaise flavour ice cream – yuck! Or pickled onion…
I can’t wait to put my hip-hop clothes on and get funky for ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD. Don’t miss me busting out my moves and showing everyone how it’s done this Saturday and Sunday (22nd and 23rd Sept). I can’t wait to see everyone there.
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I love a bit of trivia (QI is my favourite TV show), so ahead of our ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD shows at The Village Theatre in East Kilbride this Saturday here are my top 5 facts about the town:
1 East Kilbride is Scotland’s 6th largest settlement with over 74,000 residents. That’s a lot of people. I wonder how many dogs there are? Or cats for that matter?
2 It’s sometimes called Polo Mint City because of all its roundabouts. It does have a lot of roundabouts – I sometimes feel a bit sick driving round them. The band Texas even had a song called ‘Polo Mint City’ on their 1997 album ‘White On Blonde’
3 East Kilbride is twinned with the Danish town Ballerup near wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen. I have never been to Denmark. I like their bacon though
4 People have lived in the area since the late Neolithic to Early Bronze Age (they must be very old now) but in the late 1940’s it became Scotland’s first ‘new town’. Other new towns include, Glenrothes, Cumbernauld and Irvine. They have lots of roundabouts too.
5 Lots of famous people were born in East Kilbride including journalists Kirsty Young and Muriel Gray, pop star Roddy Frame and actresses Blythe Duff, Julie Wilson Nimmo and Kate Dickie. Others who have lived there include Lorraine Kelly, John Hannah, Sir Alex Ferguson and our very own Anya!
Look out for more fabulous facts soon