Articles by: ehodson
Emily is currently studying in Toulouse in the south of France for the third year of her degree at The University of Manchester reading English Language and French. She is an avid supporter of Liverpool FC, her biggest pet hate is the blatant misuse of the English language and she writes for various online newspapers as she aspires to be a journalist in the future.

Kissing the unknown

November 5, 2012 8:04 pm2 comments
Kissing the unknown

Bonjour, hello, nice to meet you. Oh, you want to hug me? Okay, oh wait no, you’re going for the kiss? Oh God, left cheek? Both cheeks? I’ll just stand here and you can do what you like. Oh God. That is pretty much the commentary that I had running […]

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Flipping out from Olympic Fever

August 1, 2012 8:00 pm2 comments
Flipping out from Olympic Fever

I cannot get over it. I have Olympic Fever, well and truly. It’s not just the stunning physiques of strapping young men flipping and twisting all over my screen, although that certainly helps, but the atmosphere that surged out of the North Greenwich Arena on Monday as our male gymnast […]

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Are we putting too much pressure on our athletes these Olympic Games?

July 30, 2012 4:00 pm1 comment
Are we putting too much pressure on our athletes these Olympic Games?

The London 2012 Olympics were officially kicked off by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II last Friday after a spectacular Opening Ceremony featuring the Industrial Revolution, the Child Catcher,Great Ormond Street Hospital and the inventor of the World Wide Web. Following a parade finale of the 204 teams taking part in […]

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Ambition: the modern aphrodisiac?

July 28, 2012 12:00 pm4 comments
Ambition: the modern aphrodisiac?

Imagine that situation. You’re with him. Hot. Sweaty. Lust coursing through your veins and heart beating two to the dozen. There’s only one thing on your mind. “Please… do it… please.” “You really want me to?” “Yes… please… do it… I really want you… I really want you to tell […]

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Fifty Shades of Pathetic

July 19, 2012 11:53 am3 comments
Fifty Shades of Pathetic

Fifty Shades of Grey is the first book in the Fifty Shades trilogy by E L James. It has sold over 20 million copies worldwide, became the New York Times’ #1 Best Erotic Seller and surpassed Harry Potter as the fastest-selling paperback of all time. It is a story surrounding the blossoming of […]

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Canada Calling – a review of the CN Tower, Toronto

July 10, 2012 3:41 pm1 comment
Canada Calling – a review of the CN Tower, Toronto

Toronto is the capital of the province of Ontario as well as the financial, entertainment and cultural capital of Canada. Bigger than the country’s capital Ottowa, it boasts millions of visitors annually, the largest downtown shopping centre in North America, it hosted the first legal same-sex marriage and has the largest […]

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Scottish Success Snatched by a Swiss: Federer Beats Murray in Exciting Wimbledon Final

July 9, 2012 3:10 pm0 comments
Scottish Success Snatched by a Swiss: Federer Beats Murray in Exciting Wimbledon Final

25-year-old Andy Murray was aiming to be the first British man in seventy-six years to win a major singles trophy since Fred Perry way back in 1936. However, facing six-time winner Roger Federer on Centre Court was always going to be a tough feat and the Swiss stepped up to […]

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Writing for writing’s sake

July 6, 2012 1:19 pm1 comment
Writing for writing’s sake

I’ve spent the last three or four days going over topics for my next article and have sadly been uninspired by every variety of mundane idea that has been suggested. I have even taken to social networking to try and find someone with a bright idea on which I can […]

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