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15 Thoughts You Have When She is Taking to Long

We have all been there: that moment when your lady is taking way too long to get to that point. Your jaw is getting stiff, your tongue can’t keep to that set speed much longer, your wrist is cramping, and you just need your sleep, as you’re in work in 4 hours.

Your mind is wondering… its going to place it shouldn’t, especially considering your meant to be in the throes of passion.

1. Like, I thought you said you were close… like 15 minutes ago.


2. I wonder if there are any good movies out right now…


3. I must remember to email my [insert colleagues names] when I get into work.


4. Ouch, my jaw is starting to hurt. In fact I think it may have locked.


5. I really don’t understand…Am I doing it wrong?


6. Is she enjoying this?


7. I need the bathroom, but when she’s finished she’ll want to cuddle. Will it be rude for me to just get up and use the loo?


8. Yes! I think she’s there.


9. No. False alarm.


10. My last GF didn’t take this long.


11. Should I speed up or slow down? Communicate women!


12. Why is she so quiet?


13. God, I just want her to finish so I can go to sleep.


14. I’m starting to get sore.


15. Seriously women, WTF is taking you so long?


Things you shouldn’t SAY during sex

Sex is fun. Well, it should be. And we all know we get a little carried away in the heat of a steamy moment… but some things are better left unsaid.

There are questions women don’t want to be asked while naked and some personal disclosures that shouldn’t be made in bed.

There are a bunch of super unsexy sex things, or random things, you can say during sex, which will make the sex you’re having feel weird. And just, ugh, weird!

Yes, sex talk is a complicated art – but it is not too complicated. Less is more, specifically when you’re tempted to say something wrong.

So here you have some of the worst things you can say during sex. Memorise them. Remember them. Avoid them. And happy humping.


Share with us some of your favourite things NOT to say during sex.

Woman Creates A Sex Toy To Aid Artificial Insemination Between Lesbian Couples

‘Semenette’ is a new sex toy that can help lesbian couples conceive through artificial insemination.


Boston inventor and a reproductive health expert, Stephanie Berman, can up with the clever concept because back in 2011, she wanted to get her wife pregnant. The couple were dismayed by the available techniques.

“The only options other than going to a doctor’s office would be with a turkey baster or a needle-less syringe. We started using those types of things and quickly realized it was as awful as it sounds. There is nothing romantic or sexy and fun about trying to impregnate your wife with a turkey baster… I started thinking, what if I could recreate the technology that a turkey baster would provide, but in the form of a sex toy?”

Stephanie Berman

Having worked in women’s reproductive health for 11 years, Berman was convinced that there had to be a better way, and what’s more, that she could design it.

More: Researchers Discover It Is Biologically Possible To Make A Baby From Two Same-Sex Parents

After much research, prototyping, and engineering, Berman developed the Semenette, an ejaculating dildo attached to a pump. It can be used solo or with a partner (and a harness, if you so choose) — to conceive, for pleasure, or both.

Stephanie’s baby daughter, Isabella, born in March 2014, is a testament to the Semenette’s efficacy.


Berman said she wanted to create the toy to make the process of conceiving have more “privacy and authenticity and intimacy” for gay couples.

The toy, which is an ejaculating dildo attached to a pump, can be used with a harness both for trying to conceive and for pleasure.

 “I’ve seen a lot of couples go through months and months of trying and being unsuccessful. [I’ve seen] the emotional toll it can take on people, not to mention the financial burden.

There are so many communities that the toy is applicable for and beneficial for. For example, the trans community has been [hugely supportive]…men with erectile dysfunction…even heterosexual couples [enjoy the sensation]. At the end of the day, this is a pleasure product; it’s a product that can provide pleasure for an individual or for a couple.”

Stephanie Berman

The product is on sale for $139.99 (£92) and can be used for pleasure.

Texas Attorney General Argues Lesbian Couple’s Marriage Is Void

The Attorney General of the US state of Texas has attempted to void the marriage of a lesbian couple, Sarah Goodfriend and Suzanne Bryant, who were married in Austin last week.

“The rogue actions of Travis County judges do not withstand the scrutiny of law. The same-sex marriage license issued is not valid because it conflicts with the Texas Constitution and state law — the license is therefore void ab initio…

Activist judges don’t change Texas law and we will continue to aggressively defend the laws of our state.”

Attorney General Ken Paxton

Attorney General Ken Paxton moved quickly after the couple married, appealing the Texas Supreme Court, which quickly blocked other couples from marrying in the state by issuing a stay. Even new Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also reaffirmed his support for Texas’ constitutional ban on same-sex marriage that voters overwhelmingly approved in 2005.


The women were granted a one-time license after the women argued that being legally married would ensure inheritance and allow the couple to make medical decisions for each other should one of them become critically ill.

Goodfriend, has ovarian cancer, and the state district judge raised the “severity and uncertainty” of her condition in granting the women permission to marry.

The couple’s attorney, Chuck Herring, is now arguing that the marriage was not void, saying:

“The case is over. The marriage is over and done. Our clients are married and very happy.”

The state of Texas’ same-sex marriage ban was found unconstitutional last year, but the judge issuing the ruling stayed it, in order to facilitate a state appeal.

Courts in Indiana made a similar exception for a lesbian couple in April because one of the women was dying of cancer and wanted her partner’s name on her death certificate. A federal appeals court overturned Indiana’s ban in September.

Shortly after news of the marriage spread online, Travis County officials said two other same-sex couples inquired about marriage licenses. By then, Paxton’s office was already preparing its emergency filing with the state Supreme Court.

Texas Supreme Court Halts All Same-Sex Marriages After One Couple Marries

Two days ago a county judge struck down a same-sex marriage ban in Texas. This morning, based on that ruling, another state judge ordered a Texas county clerk to issue a marriage license to one same-sex couple, which she did.

Suzanne Bryant and Sarah Goodfriend, together over thirty years, were married shortly afterwards.

Just hours later, the Texas State Supreme Court intervened and ruled that no other same-sex couple may marry.

Newly-elected Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton, filed for an emergency stay with the Supreme Court immediately after the couple married.

Paxton wrote

“A stay is necessary to make clear to all county clerks that Texas marriage law remains enforceable until there has been final appellate resolution.”

The couple, who have adopted two children together, are hopeful their marriage will not be annulled by the Court.

“If they want to come in and try to nullify this, they will. But we have a valid marriage license, and I don’t think they can.”

Five Simple Steps – How to Avoid an Awkward Moment of Silence

You are in a conversation with a great person you just met. Everything is going splendidly until suddenly, you run out of something to say. You briefly smile and look away. She says nothing, you say nothing. Awkward! Just how do you avoid these awkward silences in the future?


Five Simple Steps – How to Avoid an Awkward Moment of Silence

1. Be prepared

Before going out or meeting that special someone prepare. Research, ask around, and get lots of stories and topics to talk about. If you have an arsenal full of tasty rib cracking conversations you won’t stall. Whenever you hit a dead end there will be five more paths to choose from.

2. Safe statements

Learn your safe statements. When you hit an awkward silence talk about the food, weather or the stories around town. Practicing this will give you time to think of something more concrete to say next.

3. Attentive listening

People love to talk about themselves. You can keep your date talking about herself for quite a long time just by listening and asking the right questions. Avoid boring questions that make your date sound like a job interview.

4. Activity

If despite all your efforts the awkward silence is still there. Suggest an event. Go for a walk, dance or whatever activity your situation allows. Find something to diffuse the tension. Make sure it’s something you can do together.

5. Enjoy the silence

A philosopher once said ‘our ability to enjoy silence can say more than any words we can find to fill that silence’. Whether we open our mouths and talk or stay silent we are always communicating what we believe about ourselves. If the idea is of awkwardness in your mind then that is what your date is going to read in the conversation. It is our minds that transform what was simply a moment of silence into an awkward moment of silence. Step in and enjoy the moment. Do not look at your phone or gaze around, simply look at her and relax.

France Rules That Married Lesbians are Allowed to Adopt their Partner’s Children

The highest court in France has ruled that married lesbians are allowed to adopt their partner’s child born through in vitro fertilization or other medically assisted reproduction.

The Cour de Cassation’s ruled this week that married lesbians may adopt children born by their partners through assisted reproduction performed outside of France. This ruling is a consequence of the legalization of gay marriage in France last year.

France allows assisted reproduction only for heterosexual couples who have been together at least two years. The restriction has sent many gay couples abroad – many of them going to neighboring Belgium or Spain to have access to fertility treatment.

Sadly, upon return to France, French law recognized only the birth mother as the legal parent.

This change in law will make amends to this, and before parents will be rightfully recognized.

‘Out With the Family’ – A Wonderful Documentary About LGBT Families and the Support Network Available in the UK

A documentary for all LGBT families out their.

Square Peg Media, organisers of the Alternative Parenting Show, produced this wonderful documentary.

After getting in touch with celebrity couple Elton John and David Furnish, David agreed to fly to the UK to narrate the video.

Sarah Garrett, Managing Director of Square Peg Media and mother to twin girls, features on the video, and said:

“We were so happy to have David on board, he’s a lovely guy and a true champion of the cause to create change.”

Sarah Garrett, Managing Director of Square Peg Media

The 40-minute film has been sponsored and endorsed by the Royal Bank of Scotland, an endorsement in itself about how times have changed, and includes interviews with a variety of families who tell their stories. Some have become parents through adoption, surrogacy, through a fertility clinic or the less formal DIY approach!

Sisters Or Girlfriends? Lesbians Couples Who Look Related

You all know the scenario the longer you are with someone, the more similar you become one.

Girlfriend TV’s Arielle Scarcella and friends explain the lesbian phenomena: Sisters Or Girlfriends?

Many of my lesbian couple friends have told me that straight people often comment on their ability to somehow look like they could be sisters, or at least, related.

We all know that the longer we are with someone, the more similar we become. You start shopping at the same stores, eating at the same restaurants etc…”

Tips to Building a Lasting Lesbian Relationship

How many people know how to build a lasting lesbian relationship?  Where do we learn to do so? In school? At home? Here are some tips compiled on building a great relationship that you can apply to your own situation.

Safe environment for sharing and trust – No name-calling, unpleasant interruptions or threats. This will make it easier for both of you to trust and share your feelings honestly. It is hard to have a great relationship in an emotionally stressing environment.

Keep your word – Whether it is doing the shopping or mowing the lawn, always keep your agreements.  All of them. If your partner cannot trust with the small things how will they trust you with being there for them till death do you part?

Ask questions – If your partner gets home late, ask where she’s been. If she no longer wants to take that long walk with you, ask her what is up. Do not make assumptions. Asking questions removes the mystery and gives your soul mate the chance to tell her side of the story. It’s better to ask too many questions than none at all.

Make time for your relationship – A relationship is like a garden, the more time you spend tending and taking care of it the more beautiful and special it becomes. Left alone it withers and turns to an ugly space nobody wants to be in. Tend your relationship by making time for each other.

Appreciation – Express gratitude to your partner for the things she does for you. For the small things like making your toast just the way you like it, for the big things like her awesome parenting skills. Let her know you see and appreciate the things she does.


What makes the perfect girlfriend?

What makes the perfect girlfriend? No human being is perfect, so they say. Is there anything like the perfect girlfriend? If she is all of the following she just might be!

Independent – She has a healthy relationship with herself. She is happy and fulfilled in her own life. She does not need babysitting unless she is unwell once in a while. She does not suffocate you by coming after you all the time.

Calm and composed – She doesn’t easily get mad or jump to conclusions. Unless you have done something to deserve it she always gives you the benefit of the doubt. It is not easy to build a great relationship with someone who gets angry easily. Whatever life throws at her she takes it in her stride. Yelling and shouting is just not her thing.

Marathon finisher – She is not here for the short run. When things get ugly and tiresome she is there for you. Encouraging you to be better and realize your full potential. She does not run away when the going gets tough, she sticks it out.

She’s trusting – She does not get jealous easily. When you leave your phone behind you’re sure she won’t go through your messages. You trust her not to hurt you.

Goddess in bed – No way can she be ‘perfect’ if she is not good in bed, period. She looks beautiful always, carries herself confidently like a queen plus she smells and looks great.

Gets along with friends and family – She hangs out with your friends, likes going to your parents and enjoys it! A great girlfriend will be supportive to the people you care about and never tries to make you leave them out of your life.

She makes you better – You don’t exactly know how but she just does. Ever since you met her; your career is better, your relationships have improved and you just feel better and happier!

If your girlfriend is all of the above then you have her, the perfect one. You are the envy of everyone around you. Do not mess it up.

How to Get Out of a Relationship Rut

Do you argue with your partner about the same things all the time? Is your relationship full of the same fights and the same boring schedule? Do you feel that things are not going well? Maybe you are in a relationship rut. How do you get over this and bring some sparkle back to your union?

Admit it – Admitting you are in a rut is the first step. Not accepting that there is something wrong in your relationship is a recipe for failure. Accept and then you can deal with.

Get close – There is the temptation of seeking comfort and companionship outside of the relationship when you are in a rut. This is not the way to go. Get close to your partner and always move towards each other; look to resolve your issues and get back on the saddle. If you move apart this might be taken as an opportunity by other females out there to close in on your territory.

Destroy the pattern – Every relationship rut has its patterns. Identify this patterns and break them. It may not be easy at first but with a strong will you can be able not only to identify them but also deal with them one and for all.

Plan something new – Get out of your daily schedules and plan something wonderful. Whether a trip or simply a long walk together. Get yourself out of the same boring routine and do something fun that will revitalize your relationship. Making fantasy plans is also a great way to get yourself out of a rut. Daydream together about what you are going to do when all your dreams come true. This will bring you much closer.

Schedule alone time – As much as relationships are all about two people, you also need some alone time with yourself. Schedule some time when you can be alone. Read a book, write something or just gaze into the sunset and clear your head. This will put everything into a much clearer perspective.

Relationship ruts are terrible to be in, but what is worse than that is not doing anything about it.

Eight Things Not to Say During a Break-up

Sometimes a relationship cannot be salvaged. It’s unfortunate but it reaches that point where you have to end it. This painful experience should be done face to face and not over the phone. Pick a private place and try to be honest about the reasons for the break up.

Here is our list of eight things not to say during a Break-up…

Let’s just be friends

Emotions are raging high. Maybe after a few years and you accidentally bump into each other you can be friends. This is not the right time for proposing friendship.

Can I still live here?

Even if you bought or you the pay the rent together. Do not ask to live there. You can always sort this out afterwards. Living together after a break up is not only awkward but do you really want to see your ex brushing her teeth in the morning.

I never loved you

There is no need for trading jabs .You did love her and that is why it pains so much. Saying bad things to her is not going to make this easier for you. When it is all done don’t regret all the hurtful things you said.

It’s not you it’s me

No one actually believes this .She is the one you don’t want to be with. You are not satisfied with what she has to offer. Please steer clear off the cliché statements. No one liner can change the feeling she has that she did something wrong.

I need time to work things out

The worst thing you can do to your partner is give them false hope. This statement seems to suggest that after some time maybe you’ll get back together. That is just bad.

You’re not the person I fell in love with

Is this really the time to point out flaws in the relationship? Understand that you have also changed .Be honest with your feelings without necessarily blaming your partner.

I met someone else

This is adding salt to her wounds. The fact that you met someone else will make it harder for her, Keep this piece of information to yourself. This will make everything much more difficult for everyone else.

My family/friends never liked you

Spitting out this gem during a breakup is ill advised. Who cares? The relationship was about the two of you. This is just a cheap shot. You are much better than this. Trying to hurt her will not make you feel any better.

After all is said and done, a break up is not the end but the beginning. The choice is yours whether to part ways with your partner in good terms or not.

New Book Sheds Light on Vintage LGBT Experience

The Invisibles 07Nowadays we live in a relatively tolerant society where LGBT people enjoy equal rights under the law. But it wasn’t always like this. As many books and films from the early to middle 20th century show, life for lesbians and gays was all about pain, suffering, abuse and prejudice.

Or was it? The photographer Sebastian Lifshtiz would beg to differ. His new book of photographs entitled The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride shows dozens of LGBTs from the first few decades of the 1900s – and many of them look positively proud and content with their lives.

According to Lifshitz, cross-dressing was popular in Britain and the US in the Roaring Twenties and sexual ambiguity seemed to dominate the nightlife of that period. Even during the conservative post-World War II years LGBTs were able to be themselves, although they had to be a little quieter about it than their contemporary counterparts.

Lifshitz found the old photos in flea markets and jumble sales and, brought together, they form a ‘gentle and playful’ narrative that reveals ‘homosexuality without inhibitions.’

Much is left to the viewer’s imagination as the pictures come with no captions or any contextual detail at all. We don’t know who these people are and we don’t know the true nature of their relationships. The chapters have not been organised chronologically or according to different themes.

The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride is also the name of Lifshitz’s Cesar Award-winning film which does offer a little more background information than the book.

Is She Cheating?

According to Scott Dikkers book ‘You Are Worthless: Depressing Nuggets of Wisdom Sure to Ruin Your Day, Statistically speaking, there is a 65 percent chance that the love of your life is having an affair.

Could it be? Could your one and only be cheating on you? Here are easy ways you can tell if you are no longer her only one.

Drastic changes to schedule – Her once predictable program is no more. There are now frequent night outs with the girls. All of sudden she has developed an interest in the gym. Working hours have recently become longer extending into the night. All she is really doing is trying to find some alone time with her new woman.

Angry and resentful –  Everything you do or say is never right, she is always lashing out at you even over the smallest things, like an angry lioness chasing the weaker lion away, this is her telling you to back off, she has a new lion king in her life.

Phone and internet – There are calls that she only answers in private, others she rejects if the situation doesn’t allow for privacy. Before she used to leave her phone on the couch while she went to open the door, now she religiously carries it everywhere, even to the bathroom. She does not want that message from her new guy thanking her for the wonderful time yesterday to end up in your hands.

Family and friends – She wants no part in the wonderful times you used to enjoy with your friends. That visit to your folks is now a big no. ’Cheaters remorse’ is eating her and there is no way she is going to take a bite of your mom’s famous chocolate cake!

Intimacy – Since she is getting action from her new love your bed is becoming cold. If your partner is no longer interested in getting intimate with you, be very worried. The few times you get lucky, she has new tricks that she wants to try. Yes, she has been practicing.

Dressing up – Her taste in clothes changes. Just like when the two of you were dating she is now trying to impress someone else. There is a noticeable increase in her wardrobe, check out her lingerie collection. What is that new provocative underwear for, if she is not putting it on for you?

While this is by no means an exhaustive list, it’s a good pointer to some things you should look for. Remember the most important thing is to trust your instincts.

Difficult Decisions: When is it Right to Get Back with Your Ex

When is it Right to Get Back with Your Ex – Try as you might, you can’t keep the idea out of your head: you know it’s crazy and all your friends tell you so, but you really want to – have to – get back together with your ex.

Rationally, this is not a good move. They hurt you badly and made it hard for you to trust anyone after that car-crash of a relationship. Or maybe you did all that to them. So, again, it’s a terrible thought. But you can’t help meditating on it. You miss them, of course you do. So why might it be worth getting back with her, after all this?

Lack of closure

You seem to be lacking that definitive feeling that the relationship is over. Certain things have been left undone and unsaid, and that’s not really good enough. You’ll drive yourself mad if you spend the rest of your days wondering what could have been, so maybe it’s worth giving your ex a call and trying to straighten some of this stuff out.

You miss the sex

OK you’ve been with other people since and had a good time, but none of them have been able to satisfy you quite like she has. She just knew which buttons to press. Sex is important to any successful relationship and it was pretty good with her so why couldn’t it be again?

You miss your best friend

She was your lover, but she was also your best mate and you understandably miss her conversation, the way she could make you burst into laughter with a single little comment. You miss going out and enjoying yourself with her.

The break-up was likely your fault

If you’re honest with yourself it was you who ended the relationship. You regret the decisions you made and why shouldn’t people get a second chance to make amends? Give her a call and see whether you can resuscitate something that was soooo good.

We Can Be Free Here.. But Not There

British lesbians are lucky – this is one thing I’ve learned from my travels. Here we can be free, and we can be visible.

Having visited Jamaica and Kenya, I couldn’t imagine living there for very long because I’d have to live a lie. I’d have to be secretive about who I am, and that just isn’t me.

Abroad I’ve found all kinds of dangers that you just wouldn’t find in Britain. In Jamaica my partner and I were driving from one side of the island to the other when we were stopped by the police.

They pulled their guns on us and I started to panic. In those days I had long hair and looked quite femme and my partner was very buff and boyish. A lot of people would have thought we were gay, but not these policemen. Clearly their gaydar wasn’t very developed!

I then started to worry about them searching the boot of our car and helping themselves to our possessions. Corruption is a huge problem out there, partly because public officials are so badly paid. Fortunately they let us go on our way.

God knows what would have happened if the police had sussed out that we were lesbians.

I suppose the sad lesson I’ve learned from travelling is this: you can’t really be open about your sexuality in certain places.

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#LoveTravels when you can be yourself – New Campaign Marriott

As part of Marriott International’s #LoveTravels campaign, LGBT couples share their genuine love for one another that they feel translates into a language people can understand, no matter their beliefs.

#LoveTravels when you can be yourself — whoever you are and wherever you go. We partnered with renowned photographer Braden Summers to capture beautiful portraits that show the world how love travels the moment you walk through our doors.

#LoveTravels – www.marriottlovetravels.com

The campaign also features NBA star Jason Collins. Collins, who was the first openly gay NBA player, spending some of this past season with the Nets, will be featured in ads for Marriott to help promote the campaign.

“I think these romantic images of same-sex couples, it’s something the general public is going to relate to and slowly people will become accustomed to seeing that kind of romance.”

Braden Summers, campaign photographer

This new social media and marketing campaign is set to target Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Marriott’s campaign is the latest example of the hotel industry stepping up its efforts to lure LGBT travellers. While the company says it is targeting the community to make LGBT travellers feel more welcome, there’s also a business incentive.

According to Out Now Global, an LGBT marketing specialist group, the potential value of the LGBT travel market was set to reach $181 billion last year.

Ami and Laura #LoveTravels

Meet Talisha and Monica #LoveTravels

Saving Your Relationship

Being a relationship can be difficult no matter what, but adding on that it is a lesbian relationship adds a million times more stress onto it. Considering if each party isn’t 100% comfortable with their sexual orientation there is no way that all the efforts can be put into something that needs 101% percent of your devotion and attention.

However, if both parties are completely open and devoted, there isn’t much of a complication here.

What was the attraction to your relationship in the first place? Similar activities and interests? A friendship, or a spark that came up when you first met?

Whatever started it, turning back to the beginning is a good way of keeping your relationship at the top. Things tend to fade away with time. Are all of your feelings still there? Can you see your future with this girl?

One thing lesbian couples notice is that they give up their independence. This is a problem because if two women become fully dependent on each other, the relationship becomes smothered.

Attraction is the number one thing in a relationship, and if it is not there, then there’s not much of a relationship.

You cannot change someone else, but you can change yourself back to who you were in the beginning of the relationship. This isn’t something that can be done overnight. You need to give your partner space if you are having troubles. Give them time to miss you. Don’t text, email, call, every five seconds.

Give them the space they deserve and think about everything you had together. You can call after about a week. Don’t push for the relationship straight away, focus on being friends and maintaining a healthy friendship.

Good luck in saving your lesbian relationship!

‘KEEP CALM BECAUSE LOVE IS LOVE’ – we love these prints

I am loving these custom prints from Keep Calm-o-matic. This site is great, not only do they sell fantastic prints but they also allow you the chance to create your own.

The ‘Keep Calm’ phenomenon has now been around for 5 years. YES, back in the mists of time, in early 2009, the phenomenon hit are purchasing needs. Posters started to appear everywhere; from news articles to the police (who got into the act with their Policing Pledge posters), we have seen every variation of this print, but the history behind the original posters is quite fascinating.

The Keep Calm and Carry On posters were originally created by the UK Ministry of Information in order to boost the morale of the British people during World War II. The message was meant to have come directly from King George VI himself, with the original being stark white text on a red background, with the only image on the poster being the royal crown of George VI.

However, the intention of this poster was to only be displayed if invasion was imminent, and because of this happened they never got distributed. So, at the end of the war, the posters were collected up and pulped. It is believed that only two original posters, from the millions created actually survived.

The story would have ended there were it not for Stuart and Mary Manley, who run a bookshop called Barter Books in Northumberland. Whilst sorting through a box of old books, they found one of the few surviving original copies of the ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ poster. They liked it so much that they had the poster framed and placed near the till in their shop.

They soon found that customers were very keen on the poster – even to the point of asking if they could buy it! So, Stuart and Mary started selling and printing facsimilie copies of the poster. The rest, as they say, is history…

To purchase or find out more go to http://www.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk