If you feel like waiting for this latest Covid wave to blow over, why not bring Pride to you?? And to help your celebrations go off with a bang, we’ve put together a handy shopping list. There’s adult party games, funny gifts for a friend, and even little treats for yourself.
Whatever way you slice it, it ain’t easy to take care of houseplants. And for most of us, easy to care for houseplants, especially those that prefer low light (living in the UK, that’s a must), should be at the top of our shopping list when starting our plant parent journey.
It was the news story of the week. The Ever Given container ship got stuck in the Suez Canal near the Egyptian city of Suez on its way from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean.
The question still remains of how it got stuck in the first place. But what is beyond doubt is our ability to create memes that make us lol, regardless of the severity of the situation.
We totally get it. You see your friends’ indoor jungles and you go green with envy. So you pop down the plant shop, buy a load of parlour palms, only for them to die within days of getting them home. Unbe-leaf-able! Well, now you needn’t worry, because Bubblegum Stuff has got you covered with all your indoor plant care needs in 2021.
The annual Birmingham Spring Fair is going online. So Bubblegum Stuff have put together a collection of helpful Buyer’s Guides to make choosing your next best-selling product a walk in the park (which, at the time of writing, is still permitted under the guidelines).
It’s not all doom and gloom, though. Oh, no. Because, here at Bubblegum Stuff, we’ve put together a list of card games for 2 or more players that are a sure-fire way of passing the time. We’ve got celebrity quizzes, a name the animal quiz and even an educational game. These are funny games to play with your mates over a Zoom call that take less time to learn than a Tik Tok dance.
JOMO describes the pleasure in taking a break from social activity - especially social media - to enjoy personal time. It’s the total antithesis of the old idea of being fearful about missing out on those nights in the pub. You know, the ones where you drink endless Jägerbombs and wake up the following morning on your sofa, cold, alone, and covered in a toxic mix of shame and last night’s kebab.
With some completely baffling new lockdown rules to get our heads around, we just decided to lock ourselves away for the entire month and get stuck into some lockdown gifts, rather than bucket loads of booze. (Something that wasn’t easy, considering there were a couple of lockdown birthdays at Bubblegum Stuff!)