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British single certifications – Underworld – Born Slippy". British Phonographic Industry . Retrieved 7 September 2020.
One of the most perplexing aspects of this book is how little is aimed at women in particular, despite its How To Do Female manifesto. The common-sense advice offered on subjects such as coping with bullies, surviving dysfunctional families and not falling in love is relevant to all members of the species although it is hard to envision many men choosing to read it in light of its positioning. Born Slippy .NUXX" is a song by the British electronic music group Underworld. It was first released as the B-side to " Born Slippy", in May 1995. The fragmented lyrics describe the perspective of an alcoholic.
and still in doesn't get much better then this, great number, fantastic energy, timeless album. Quality of this pressing is great, very dynamic with groundbreaking bass, some surface noice but not noticeable when played. IMHO an album with significant importance to the house industry! 🎵🎵 🎵 🎶 🎶🎶 🎶 ❤️ MyHome.ie (Opens in new window) • Top 1000 • The Gloss (Opens in new window) • Recruit Ireland (Opens in new window) • Irish Times Training (Opens in new window) Is Jo Brand really so fem-centric she doesn’t recognise this’d probably be just as bad as any allegedly male-dominated scenario? Some of the work I do takes place in a very strongly female-dominated area, primary education. And such places are no closer to nirvana as a result – for the women or the men that work in them – than some still male dominated areas like, I dunno, let’s say the road-building industry.
Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman and sometimes it’s time to be a hard woman. This is a book for those times.” Or so the publishers of Jo Brand’s anthology of memoirish self-help, for those seeking advice on “How To Do Female”, would suggest. Today, Jo turns unflinchingly to love and friendship. This includes the story of an unsuitable teenage boyfriend and the appalling poetry he inspired, as well as Jo’s five golden rules for keeping friends (even if they do say you look like Brian Blessed in drag). Love Jo Brand! Love her wit, her honesty and her low tolerance for bullshit! Kinda reminds me of my Mum in a good way. 💕Music & Media 1996 in Review – Year End Sales Charts" (PDF). Music & Media. Vol.13, no.51/52. 21 December 1996. p.12 . Retrieved 4 February 2020.