Sunday, 18 August 2013

Celebration Giveaway Win a £20 Amazon Voucher

I am currently in one if those manic modes where I am so happy one minute and depressed the next. I think maybe I have far too much on my mind. I start my new job soon and Grotbags starts her new school and I still need to arrange childcare as she doesn't start back until the 9th September.

I have been married 9 years (how did that happen) and sometimes I long for the days when I only had myself to think about, but I married for better or worse and I often find myself sitting out storms. Anyway to celebrate my mood swings I am running a giveaway to cheer somebody up and make their day.

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- Posted on the go :)

434 comments:

  1. cook them a meal to make them happy

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  2. give them a hug and talk

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  3. Buy them a small gift :)

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  4. Ahhh thank you! We all have mood swings so you are not alone!

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  5. I hag always cheer me up so I would offer a hug!

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  6. Visit with a cake

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  7. I would buy them their favourite foods, (choc, or pancakes, for example!) a classic DVD and a bottle of wine, then go round and have a nice evening together

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  8. Buy them a big bunch of flowers....Always does the trick to cheer me up :)

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  9. Bake them a cake :)

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  10. send them some flowers

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  11. chantelle hazelden18 August 2013 at 14:54

    give them a hug x

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  12. a bottle of wine and a good chat usually helpx

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  13. Bianca Rogoveanu18 August 2013 at 17:48

    A good comedy should be working !

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  14. katrina day-reilly18 August 2013 at 18:27

    make them giggle

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  15. Tell them why I appreciate them. I recently read an article that said everyone wants to feel appreciated so I've been trying to do that lately :)

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  16. anthony harrington18 August 2013 at 19:24

    I always try to put a spin on a bad situation, often just listening cheers someone up.

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  17. It depends on the situation really. Sometimes a hug is all that is needed, or a natter. Sometimes adding a glass or 2 of wine into the equation can work wonders, or maybe watch a comedy, some retail therapy or go out for a drink. :)

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  18. Depends on the person. If it's a friend, I'll would throw them a Kleenex. If it's a family member, I'll inquire as to what is wrong.

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  19. I'd invite them on a nice long walk with me, as I find that always clears my head. And if that didn't work, I'd go round with a box of chocolates and long chat. Good luck with your new job.

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  20. I always find that a nice bunch of flowers work! People hardly ever get flowers given to them unless it's a special occasion, and a little token like that really makes a difference.

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  21. Danielle Vedmore18 August 2013 at 20:28

    I love to bake so I often bake people cakes to put a smile on their face :)

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  22. AngieCupcake Reviews18 August 2013 at 20:36

    I'd bake some cupcakes (or something i knew they liked) and phone them and see if they want to talk

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  23. Louise Fairweather18 August 2013 at 20:39

    buy some flowers

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  24. A glass of wine & a chat normally helps.

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  25. Buy some chocolates!

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  26. Id put the kettle on and order a pizza. Pizza cheers anyone up

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  27. melanie stirling18 August 2013 at 23:27

    Chocolate all the time,never fails!

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  28. I normally buy them a little gift! I'm in the rafflecopter as Helen Moulden :)

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  29. Flowers always make me smile so either them or chocolate

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  30. Bring out their favorite movie on DVD, get some snacks and watch the movie with them.

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  31. The_ultimate_Truth19 August 2013 at 04:52

    Select a beautiful Bouquet, and have it sent by post as a surprise!

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  32. I think cheering someone you care about up is all about listening to what they dont say instead of what they do and being a constant in their lives whatever their mood. I would offer a hug and an eager ear - just knowing my friends are there cheers me up

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  33. Invite them round for a meal and a chat.

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  34. I have offered to clean my grans nets, I am sure that will certainly brighten her day :)

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  35. A glass of wine and a giggle usually does the trick!

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  36. Attachment Mummy19 August 2013 at 10:23

    Buy them flowers

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  37. Make them a hot drink, a bar of chocolate and actually talk to them

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  38. I'd make them a cup of tea & just listen.

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  39. Some home baking usually does the trick.

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  40. Sympathy and wine! :-)

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  41. Bake them a chocolate cake and make them a strong cuppa.

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  42. I was wondering if this giveaway is limited to only one entrant per household or not?

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  43. Turn up on the doorstep with coffee cake :)

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  44. Take them out for a bite to eat and have some chit chat :)

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  45. bake some yummy treats xx

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  46. Give them a hug,take them for coffee and a chat and take them theit favourite choccie treat

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  47. Bake them a cake, take them chocolates, give them a hug and let them talk away their problems.


    Bex Smith

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  48. Tell Them a joke

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  49. Cook some chicken!

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  50. movies, wine & snacks!! a good hang out will cheer anyone up!!

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  51. Chocolate and a cheesy film :)

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  52. Linda Weatherley19 August 2013 at 21:56

    tea and toast xx

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  53. I would take them to their favourite place and make a picnic of their favourite foods and just talk out what was making them uncheery!

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  54. A Bottle of Wine and a box of chocolates

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  55. buy them a beer!

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  56. let them know they are loved

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  57. Tickle them

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  58. Anni Ezmerelda Large19 August 2013 at 22:05

    Bake them a cake. :D

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  59. bake them cakes, that usually helps to cheer people up :)

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  60. a phone call to let them know i love them

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  61. Beky Austerberry19 August 2013 at 22:13

    Something sweet - icecream or chocolate or both! And a good chat or chill in front of a film!

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  62. Smile at them

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  63. Rosalind Sargent19 August 2013 at 22:17

    Give them the Biggest warmest Hug possible and tell them I love them

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  64. Rebecca Phillips19 August 2013 at 22:20

    bake them a cake :) or cupcakes!

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  65. Sing to them!

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  66. cup of tea and a hug

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  67. hug tea and a good talk :)

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  68. give them a hug, listen to them and buy them chocolate

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  69. cuddles and make them smile

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  70. Run them a warm bath with lots of bubbles and give them a good book!

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  71. snuggles and a hot chocolate

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  72. Bake them something with chocolate in it :-)

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  73. good bottle of wine, chocolate and talking

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  74. My philosophy in life is 'if you see someone without a smile give them yours' - that usually works

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  75. take them out and have a good laugh

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  76. Chocolate always works that and going out for coffe and cake!

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  77. Try and make them laugh by telling them of an unfortunate incident i've lately found myself involved in :)

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  78. Take them for something nice to eat.

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  79. A nice movie night in is always good :)

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  80. Anne-Marie Taylor20 August 2013 at 00:24

    Spend time with them and give them attention and perhaps a little treat.

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  81. Try and buy them a little treat of something they really like and make sure I am there for them to talk to or just be with.

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  82. Surprise fun filled day. Things out of the norm that they wouldn't think of doing but would enjoy x

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  83. Spend time with them and give them attention and perhaps a little treat.

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  84. arrange to take them out for lunch

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  85. Take them out for the day

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  86. Give them this voucher

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  87. Louise Underwood20 August 2013 at 08:04

    spend a little time with them,cheer them up with some jokes

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  88. Take them for a walk in the country, give them a chance to talk, followed by a nice meal, and tell,them you are always there for them

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  89. Spend some time with them, have tea, cake and a chat

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  90. Let then cuddle my super cute, fluffy dog then bring them a cake! x

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  91. Invite them round for dinner

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  92. Take them out some where nice Then have a nice meal & listen to their problems & try to give good advice

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  93. a pile of films and big bags of doritos

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  94. A fun DVD, chocolate, popcorn, bottle of wine. That should be on the NHS.

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  95. Take them on a good night out

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  96. Depends on the person.

    My mum - I would take her shopping to home bargains and then to KFC - that would cheer her right up

    The OH - Toffee , space alone if needed and a beer

    My puppy - Belly Rubs and Flirt Pole

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  97. i would try and make them laugh

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  98. Tell them the latest foolish thing I did, so they feel better in comparison.

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  99. Sophie Louise Buckle20 August 2013 at 09:24

    lowers and a lovely meal!

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  100. Depends on who it is. If its partner, I will make sure we spend some time together out the house or make sure we do nothing and lounge on the sofa and eat junkfood all day :p


    If it was a friend or relative then maybe go out on a walk or take a trip for nandos or cinema...or both. Or a good night out!! :p



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  101. Beer usually works!

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  102. Bake a cake which I have done !

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  103. Take them to the pub for a chat and a nice drink :-)

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  104. Take them out for a drink and a chat.

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  105. Hilda Hazel Wright20 August 2013 at 10:53

    Unexpected gifts are always a nice way to cheer someone up, its not often you are given something out of the blue for no reason. But just a compliment can make someone's day!

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  106. Sherry Poppy Owen20 August 2013 at 10:57

    If it's a female friend I would take her on a spa day, nothing like a lovely massage to lift the spirits :) Male friend? To the pub! x

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  107. Take them for a meal out if they feel up to it if not a takeaway and a good chat to talk things through and cheer them up.

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  108. Get them drunk!

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  109. MAKE THEM A CUP OF TEA :-)

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  110. Take them on a good long walk in the country with a lovely coffee shop at the end!

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  111. Give them a hug!

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  112. Mia Jade Fergusson20 August 2013 at 13:20

    make them laugh :)

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  113. bake a cake for them

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  114. GO AND GET DRUNK

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  115. MAKE A CAKE!

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  116. Bake something they like

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  117. I would try to make them laugh but that can instantly lift a mood.

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  118. Buy them a box of chocolates.

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  119. Hayley Wakenshaw20 August 2013 at 14:27

    I find a nice cup of tea, some active listening and a bit of rational wisdom goes a long way. :-)

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  120. I would bake them a cake! :)

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  121. a night on the town always works

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  122. A night in, with lots of wine and junk food!

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  123. Make time for them!

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  124. bring them out for a nice lunch, when im down in the dumps this always works

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  125. Give them a cuddle

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  126. well, do the British thing and make them a nice cup of tea

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  127. Take them out somewhere, getting out of the house is sometimes all that is required for a mood lift ;o)

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  128. Go for a walk down our local lane, stroke the horses and feed the ducks... good for all ages :o)

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  129. Give them a hug. Hugs always work.

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  130. Listen to them and then try and get them to see the positives.

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  131. buy them some flowers

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  132. I would take them out for dinner at their favourite restaurant

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  133. sing them a happy song :)

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  134. Bake a cake

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  135. Make them smile, when someones down i remind them of the positives, dosnt take alot to let someone know there is a reason to smile!

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  136. I would always use music; hopefully getting them to sing, but otherwise listening to something uplifting :)

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  137. Give them a thoughtful present.

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  138. Ask them what would cheer them up and do it!

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  139. depends on the person! Take them out some where nice

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  140. Mellissa Williams22 August 2013 at 10:22

    buy them a cake or give them a hug!

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  141. Make time for them

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  142. Maddalena Spadone Dalton22 August 2013 at 14:15

    give them chocolates

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  143. bake them a cake

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  144. Buy them chocolates, cake, boil the kettle and watch a laugh out loud film together! x

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  145. Cuppa tea and a good chat

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  146. Take them out for a cup of coffee and listen to their problems.

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  147. Invite them out for drinks and cake!

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  148. Tickle them! x

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  149. ❤❤ Emma ❤❤24 August 2013 at 13:22

    A great big cuddle :) x

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  150. given them a cwtch and chocolate

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  151. a hug and a bar of chocolate!

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  152. give them a hug!:)

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  153. Tell them a really bad joke - those are always the funniest! :)

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  154. Smile at them, it's contagious!

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  155. Give them a hug!

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  156. hug, chocolate and a large glass of vino

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  157. Give them a hug

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  158. Give them a hug :)

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  159. Bake them a cake :) x

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  160. Treat them to a cake and a hot chocolate.

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  161. Take them to a comedy club

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  162. I love the layout out of ur blog, it's goergous, take the children to a free fun day. always great fun and laugh.

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  163. send them flowers! i think they're a nice treat that make you smile! x

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  164. Take them out for a coffee and listen :)

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  165. i would tell a joke

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  166. natalja popsujeva27 August 2013 at 19:44

    would treat them to a spa day

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  167. Tell them how amazing they are <3

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  168. anything which was personally to that friend that needed cheering up or if it's a stranger that looks upset I would ask if there was anything I could do to help them.

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  169. Give them time to talk and really listen.

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  170. give them a hug

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  171. Give them a hug

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  172. Do my gorilla impression!

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  173. make them laugh

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  174. make them a cup of tea

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  175. Flowers always does it for me

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  176. Emma Simon Mitchell28 August 2013 at 16:40

    good food good film and a good old chat

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  177. Relax with a cool drink and chocolate

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  178. Carolynn Woodland28 August 2013 at 17:43

    give them chocolate

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  179. spend some time with them n make them laugh :)

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  180. Give them a smile

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