Rediscovering the 'Me' in 'Mumeeeeeee'

'I have always thought that there is no more fruitful source of family discontent than a housewife’s badly-cooked dinners and untidy ways'. (Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management, 1861)

July 30, 2010

Win tickets to Tinkerbell & The Great Fairy Rescue

This is a sponsored post

After getting all soppy and tearful over Toy Story 3, the kind people at Disney have taken pity on my readers and the fact they they are being subjected to the mad rantings of a woman who cries at cartoons. To make amends, they have given me a family ticket to give away to one of you to attend the Irish premiere of Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue, which goes on general release from 13th August. The lucky recipient of the family ticket will also have a Johnson & Johnson hamper magically bestowed upon them.

So, if you fancy dusting off your fairy wings and spreading a little magic of your own (and that's the end of the fairy/magic puns), just leave a comment below, before 4th August, completing the following in 10 words or less: "If I was a fairy, I would..." The best comment, as voted for by my two princes, will win the ticket!

Synopsis of the movie

Before she was ever introduced to Wendy and the Lost Boys, Tinker Bell met Lizzy, a girl with a steadfast belief in fairies. Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue begins in summertime in the beautiful English countryside. An enchanting encounter unfolds when Tinker Bell is discovered by Lizzy, and as their different worlds unite, Tink develops a special bond with the curious girl in need of a friend.

As her fellow fairies launch a daring rescue, Tinker Bell takes a huge risk, putting her own safety and the future of the fairies in jeopardy. This action-packed adventure takes the fairies of Pixie Hollow on a daring flight to London to save Tinker Bell and all of fairy kind. Produced by DisneyToon Studios, Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue is a captivating and exciting adventure for all the family.



  1. If I was a fairy, I would spread sparkles to bring a smile to every sad face.
    (by Sophie age 10)

  2. If I was a fairy, I'd magic smelly poo poo head Jake into a fwog!

    Said by my 3 yr old niece as my nephew was trampling all over her tea set. I probably should have chosen a better moment to ask her in fairness.

  3. If I win can Tinkerbell fly me over to Ireland from London?


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