Hi dolls! Here are some of my holiday snaps from Bosnia and Croatia this year :) had the best time ever!!
Hi movie dolls! Literally just went to see THE OTHER WOMAN in VUE @ Liffey Valley and it was amaze. Tonight they had a secret shop event in the shopping centre, fab discounts & a fashion show - so I picked up a few things and grabbed a bite to eat at the steakhouse (nom!) before hitting the movies with my girlo.
The main reason I wanted to see this movie was because Nicki Minaj was in it but sadly, she was only in it for a few minutes, in a small number of scenes. She did change her hair though every time she was on screen - love it.
So forget about the booty, let's talk movie! It's all about Cameron Diaz (Carly) and Leslie Mann (Kate) who are the lead ladies. Carly is a work botch, big job, big apartment, big life, a ton of shoes but single and dating Mark, this gorgeous, stunner business man.
She finds out that Mark is actually married to kate, who's really lovely and gentle, a little nuts at times! He's also riding a load of girls on the side.. So Carly & Kate team up to take him down! They devise an evil plan and there's a lot of funny scenes of Mark shitting himself, walking into doors, acting a right dope really! I had a good laugh. They meet another one of Marks lovers along the way - she's played by Kate upton and the trio hit the Bahamas to destroy Mr. Big Shot altogether!
The other woman is such a feel good, chick flick movie! I totally enjoyed it. You're best off going to see it with your besty girl friend, it's light & chirpy. You'll love it. I'll give it 4/5 stars. Check out some of the movie scene pics below!
Have you seen it yet? What's your verdict?
Thanks for reading,
Love, Dita Xx
The laughter lounge Dublin
So as a comedy virgin, I had never been to one of these comedy shows in my life and I was so excited for the one last night in the laughter lounge. It was great, funny and really entertaining to say the least. Some of the comedians were hilarious while others weren't that good.
The show kicked off with Karl Spain - who I didn't know til very recently. He had the show about finding himself a wife! He was great Craic, interacting and teasing the audience. I would have been mortified if he said something about me! He was basically slagging off a couple people in this audience - a Spanish woman, a bunch of Scottish lads and a Canadian guy and then flirting with a group of young girls who were seated right in front of the stage.
The best act by far was a band called "Totally Wired". I was laughing the whole time with them, they popped up on stage, both very awkward and carrying a guitar. They belted out a few comedy songs and we were all laughing. They did a rendition of "wheels on the bus" slagging off everyone on the bus from southsiders to Polish passengers and even the bus driver! I was laughing so music during their entire performance! They did a couple more songs, one featuring gay best friends, sex faces and a few other bits and bobs!
The comedian after that, sorry I didn't manage to catch his name, was a bit nervous and awkward! He was totally distracted by the girls in the front and he spent most of his act, saying he's distracted and he's a scripted comedian and all that. He was a bit poo altogether!
Ian Coppinger came on last and I think he was one of the more well know ones! He's often described as one of Irelands busiest comedians. He used to write script for father ted and he was in a few other tv productions. He made loads of jokes about his height - he's like 5'2! And he really got the crowd moving.
My fav joke
My fav joke was by Ian about fruit! He said irish people just buy fruit, stick it in the fruit bowl then wait for it to go off and dump it out! This always happens in my house anyway... He said Australians, the lunatics, actually eat fruit from the trees like! Imagine that :p
Classic comedian brick wall, the space though is cosy! There's a nice bar at the end and loads of seating. Chairs are plastic and a bit crammed together so if you have long legs, you might want to arrive early to get a good seat otherwise you'll be holding your legs in the whole night! Another good thing is there's regular intervals betweens the acts so you've a bit of time to get a drink or whatever.
I think tickets are about €25 for unreserved seating. Prices go up when you want to book tables etc and you can book them online - www.laughterlounge.com
Bosnian culture is so unique and different! It's actually funny because I'm Bosnian but I grew up in an irish culture so I have the best of both worlds. Here's a few samples you Bosnian readers will totally get. A warning to other readers - you might think us Bosnians are a little nuts! We're just awesome though ;)
You are afraid of the terrifying "promaha " which can lead to serious illnesses such as upalu mozga and many others
You curse all the time. You don't like cursing in English but Bosnian jebi this and that cool. Just jebi ga. Say words you don't really have a clue what it means but it sounds good. Baaa
At all times you are susceptible to grć! A special cramp that only affects Bosnian people
Your parents are mean as F! They shoutand you're somewhat terrified of your dad
You eat either pita, grah, prasa, kalja, suho meso or supa everyday.
You are a football lunatic, screaming dzeko at the tv
You are superstitious and scare everyone with horror stories such as
Pi kafu dobices rep
You don't wear shoes inside the house
Your remote has Sellotape on the back
Your do the best in your class and get 99% and your parents ask you why didn't you get that extra 1%
You eat too much bread
Your granny won't accept that you're not hungry
Your parents don't understand why you shower so often
Your parents force you to watch domaći films
You talk about the war all the time, like it's still 1995
You can never have a boyfriend
You wake up with the sound of a vacuum cleaner and you're regularly forced to clean your room
Bosnian peops say to each other well see you soon but that lasts about three year
You can be free when you're married
You're not allowed ever leave the house unless you beg for a month before
Everything is over cooked
No one is ever good enough
School nowadays is shite compared to Grebo
Your dad is very engry
Your parents don't respect anything you do
Your parents can never ever have a normal conversation
Everyone lives on a massive hill
Everyone's broke but they still make houses and it takes them forever
No one likes each other especially in your fam
Best colaki ever: hairy one and ćupavci
Thanks for reading!! Leave me your thoughts & comments below! Do you identify with any of these??
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Love, Dita Xx