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Get Your Exquisite White Painted Furniture Online

One of the many good things about the Internet is that, sometimes with a little bit of effort, you can find almost anything you’re looking for. Just say for example you were a little tired of some of your furniture, because you felt it no longer suited your decor. I mean we’ve all been to other people’s homes and have seen furniture that just didn’t fit. Maybe it’s the style, or perhaps it’s just the color.

What if you like quality wooden furniture but you don’t like the natural timber colors because it just doesn’t fit in. Do you give up? Nope, you go to the Internet and you do a search, let’s say for White Painted Furniture.

OK, we forget about the first two results because they’re paid adverts, and the next one is useless to us because we don’t want to paint what we have, we want new quality furniture. That leaves us with newenglandlifestyle.com, so we click on that link and where does it take us?

We land on a professionally designed website professing to offer their potential customers an exclusive range of white painted wood furniture. Exactly what we were looking for but this stuff is inspired by New England and designed in West Sussex, UK. Sounds even better doesn’t it.

So you do a little exploring and you find they do actually have some exquisite pieces of furniture, everything from white living room furniture to white tables. They even have traditional oak furniture. So you start to get a little excited until you find out that it’s based in England, and you figure damn, I don’t think they’re going to ship it to Australia. Oh well, there’s one consolation I suppose, at least those Yanks are going to miss out as well. :tongue_laugh_ee:

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Getting Close To The Surfers Paradise Meter Maids


Not all that long ago the family and I went to Queensland for a vacation, first one for a long time, and I did a post about our day at Australia Zoo. As I promised in that post I would be posting of other things that we did and saw while in Queensland, or more importantly, the Gold Coast.

As one would expect when walking down any beach-side resort the one thing you will see plenty of is pretty women and the Gold Coast was no exception. Naturally you all know how I feel about pretty women but it’s pretty damn hard getting a photo next to one when you’re dragging your wife behind you. Sure I could have sneaked one when she and Nadia were off gallivanting in any of the multitude of stores, but I didn’t feel right about doing that.  What to do, what to do?

It was while Frank and I were walking down Surfers Paradise that we spotted this simply gorgeous Meter Maid. Her name was Pernilla, she was a beautiful blond and how could Anna deny me this fine memento of Surfers Paradise? Obviously she couldn’t, especially when I brought Frank into the picture. So, while Frank and I posed next to this beautiful piece of womanhood, Nadia snapped several photos.

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As you can see from the photo, there is no way you could wipe the grin from my face. Strangely, even though I’ve seen this photo more than once it’s the first time I noticed Frank had his arm around her. Way to go Frank. :thumbup_tb:

In case you were wondering, there was a time in the 60’s when the local council decided to introduce parking meters along the Gold Coast. Naturally there were those who thought this would drive tourists away and so some bright spark thought of Meter Maids. These were pretty women who would put coins into expired parking meters so that people wouldn’t get a ticket.  As you would imagine it was a great hit and Meter Maids are, lucky for Frank and I, patrolling the streets of Surfer’s Paradise.

These gals even have their own website, Surfers Paradise Metermaids, complete with photos and a short history. It seems though, because of the advent of the new ticket dispensing machines, that these beautiful women can no longer fulfill their purpose. Luckily for us the fact that they’re such a tourist attraction guarantees their survival.

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Adding Videos Or Photos That Add Value To Your Post

Honestly, I sometimes just don’t understand why some people do the things they do when writing a post. Have you ever read a post that has a video tacked on the end that was completely unrelated to the post itself? You will usually find that it is of a humorous nature and the blogger just stuck it there in the hope the reader would find it entertaining. So what if he did, if it didn’t add any value to the post then as far as I’m concerned it was a waste of time and precious bandwidth.

Photos aren’t such a problem but you do come across a post or two where it seems the photo’s only attribute was that it was a nice photo.

Personally I try to write around a photo or a video because I feel it adds so much more value to the post. The way I do it is if I find a kick ass video I write my post around it and in that way it has to be relevant to the post in general. The post Have You Ever Thought It Should Have Been Me is a good example of how a video can complement the post. Do this correctly and you’ll find that readers will appreciate your posts a whole lot more and once they realize that the video adds value to the post there is more chance they will actually watch it.

Another mistake I’ve seen a lot of bloggers do is that they will post a video and that’s it? SEO wise that would have to be the greatest mistake ever because it doesn’t give the search engines anything to go on. What you need to do is to tell people what the video is about. Sum it up for them giving your opinion on it or something and if you can use SEO rich keywords, all the better.

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