And it’s all to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their first tweet!
If your anniversary is right around the corner or simply just planning something special for a loved one, ideas can be difficult to come by since there is so much variety on hand. As always, the key is to pick something which you will both enjoy, but that doesn’t mean sticking to the same old date-nights that you’re used to. Below are just a few suggestions to inspire your own special evening together.
An anniversary doesn’t have to mean losing your head and all of your money. As long as you’re both having fun, isn’t that the best gift of all? If no parties are up for a big night, consider drinks and a bite for an ideal way to celebrate the special day. Indulge in delicious cocktails, and a variety of dishes which are best shared.
Longrain – 85 Commonwealth Street, Sydney
A dinner date is probably the most popular way to celebrate an anniversary, although this doesn’t imply that it’s dated or boring in any way. There is nothing better than a personalised menu for your big night, and Sokyo at The Star lets you create a variety of Asian-fusion dishes which no doubt everybody will enjoy. Before you sit down for some dinner, grab some delicious cocktails at Sokyo Lounge which are exclusive to the bar.
Sokyo Japanese Restaurant, Level G, The Darling 80 Pyrmont Street, Sydney
For a one-of-a-kind dining experience definitely try a degustation course which is perfect as an anniversary gift. Small courses of meals are made with great care and allow guests to taste the chef’s signature dishes in one complete sitting. Often matched with delicious wines that help to bring out the flavour of the meal, and usually consist of eight or more small dishes in one night. A truly unique experience that combines delicious taste and beautiful presentation into one dish.
Quay Restaurant – Upper Level, Overseas Passenger Terminal 5 Hickson Road, The Rocks
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By Felicia Sapountzis
Unbelievably, it has been 10 years since the release of the cult movie Mean Girls. This film was to the early-2000s what Clueless was to the ’90s. It was a mega hit and “so fetch” at the time and its success took most people by surprise, including Tina Fey. Her adaptation of the book Queen Bees and Wannabes was dark in its humour but was relatable to so many women, and particularly girls aged between 13 and 20.
Besides highlighting the high school experience in such a funny way, the movie is one of the most quotable films ever. Here is my top ten:
- “He’s too gay to function.”
- “That’s why her hair is so big. It’s full of secrets.”
- “Irregardless! Ex-boyfriends are just off limits to friends. I mean, that’s just like, the rules of feminism!”
- “I don’t hate you ‘cause your fat. You’re fat ‘cause I hate you!”
- “You smell like a baby prostitute.”
- “I’m sorry I called you a gap-toothed bitch. It’s not your fault you’re so gap-toothed.”
- “If you’re from Africa, why are you white?”
- “On Wednesdays, we wear pink.”
- “One time, she punched me in the face. It was awesome.”
- “It’s like I have ESPN or something. My breasts can always tell when it’s going to rain. Well… they can tell when it’s raining.”
Did you know? Lindsay Lohan originally auditioned to play Regina and Rachel McAdams wanted to be Cady. Wow, wouldn’t that have made for a very different movie?!