ID #95124

Name: Lois
Age: 25
Country: UK

I am a book-reading, chocolate-eating, blanket-knitting human looking to meet new people. Maybe you have similar interests, maybe you don’t. As long as we can find something to talk about, that’s OK. I like talking about the little things, I want to hear about your day, what project you’re working on, what your aspirations are. I have a baby daughter who is the centre of my world, so hopefully you won’t mind hearing a lot about her. I believe in being gentle, and calm, and kind, so if you need a shoulder to cry on or someone to pick you up, I’m your girl.

Preferences: I would prefer to talk through email, maybe snail mail eventually.

also you guys KNOW i love iconic by house of lashes like they’re the only lashes i like but recently i tried eye need you by violet voss and they’re so cute and i’ve been getting a ton of compliments and they’re only 10 pounds (my British pound sign key is broken it only shows hashtags for some reason?) so you know heads up

A million bottles a minute: world's plastic binge 'as dangerous as climate change'
Exclusive: Annual consumption of plastic bottles is set to top half a trillion by 2021, far outstripping recycling efforts and jeopardising oceans, coastlines and other environments
By Matthew Taylor


A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute and the number will jump another 20% by 2021, creating an environmental crisis some campaigners predict will be as serious as climate change.

New figures obtained by the Guardian reveal the surge in usage of plastic bottles, more than half a trillion of which will be sold annually by the end of the decade.

The demand, equivalent to about 20,000 bottles being bought every second, is driven by an apparently insatiable desire for bottled water and the spread of a western, urbanised “on the go” culture to China and the Asia Pacific region.

More than 480bn plastic drinking bottles were sold in 2016 across the world, up from about 300bn a decade ago. If placed end to end, they would extend more than halfway to the sun. By 2021 this will increase to 583.3bn, according to the most up-to-date estimates from Euromonitor International’s global packaging trends report.

Most plastic bottles used for soft drinks and water are made from polyethylene terephthalate (Pet), which is highly recyclable. But as their use soars across the globe, efforts to collect and recycle the bottles to keep them from polluting the oceans, are failing to keep up.

ID #78825

Name: Char
Age: 17
Country: England

I’m a non-binary high school student studying French, German and Maths at A-Level. I also play bass clarinet in my school’s wind band. I like music, reading and films.
I’m looking for someone to practice French/German with, preferably over email.

Preferences: 16-20 years old only please! No homophobes/transphobes

Ireland. If there was one place to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow it was here. Spoiler alert! I’m still poor.

I promise I’m funny. Follow me on Instagram to find out if I’m right.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kaitlinmccluskey/

Lets state it plainly: The Tories are happy to bribe the DUP with over £1 billion of public money to keep them in power but they are unwilling to properly fund and pay the public sector staff (NHS, Police, Fire, etc) who have had a pay freeze for nearly a decade. Disgraceful.

I’ve being saying it for months but the Tories hold this country in contempt.