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In today’s digital age, children’s exposure to the Internet is inevitable. So how do parents protect them from perils such as online predators, cyber bullying, sexual content, and threats of violence? Chief Parenting Officer at Bark, Titania Jordan, is here to discuss tips, tricks and the latest ways to keep kids safe while online, using social media, or text messaging.
5 Sep 2018
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Yeah, i'm a wimp. Hopefully, at least one other person out there does as well. Yeah, tits and violent thoughts for the win lol
5 May 2009
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Track four from Dan Bull's 2009 album Safe. Safe is available to buy on CD from or to download for free in mp3 format from I don't know what it is but I think I like you And I think I'd like it if you liked me too And I don't know what it is but I think I like you And I think I'd like it if you liked me too And I don't know what it is but I think I like you And I think I'd like it if you liked me too Things are different since that you're there This must be that thing they call love My vision shift from grey to colour This must be that thing they call love Things are different since that you're there My vision shift from grey to colour This must be that thing they call love This must be that thing they call love It's been four or five years since we talked now but I Never thought so high of any girl in all of my life I thought you were gorgeous, warm and bright You taught me all sorts and brought me to life L'amour and more besides When you spoke to my folks you were always polite Though you always tried to hide that you were awfully shy And how you'd always call me gorgeous was nice I saw in your eyes I was more than just like Some sort of ordinary guy of the ordinary type It all just seemed right when you joined me at night Then lay nattering, chatting and talking 'til light I was that infatuated I could fall for you twice We'd take lonely walks in August with Spice Make phone calls and talk 'til morning sunrise You were so great I thought you must have fallen from the sky I couldn't wait for the day I could call you my wife And gaze at your face through morning and night Safely sailing away with my glorious bride It's a shame that my mates didn't warn me in time You were faithless and fake, it was all just a lie You gave no warning, or a goodbye You just stalled me, ignoring my calls and the like So inform me - were you always unkind Or did you morph to this poor form, absorbed in your spite That liked to torture me with scornful calls, taunt me with guys Flaunt them right by me and causing these fights You were warping my mind with all of your lies But I bet your side of the story's forty leagues from mine Sure, you just sort of got bored of me, right? Once the source of your light, now a thorn in your side I'm a cautious guy so it tore me inside It floored me forlornly cos I thought we were tight I missed most of sixth form, withdrawn from my life Spent all my nights smoking draw, drinking wine When I saw you I'd go maudlin and cry When I thought of you lying with some poor other guy I had violent thoughts of all different types And all through the times you would call me up crying You didn't even inform me you were poorly or why So of course I had a reason or a cause to be frightened I thought I'd be caught in causing your suicide So I pray for your sake that you sorted your life But Christ, falling for you was an unfortunate choice And yeah, I've been a wanker, I've been an arsehole But leave it at that and the track's only half told When I'm an old cold man with a hardened soul I'll look back on the past as that when I had a heart of gold But in my heart there's a hole That you made, and it's taken ages to get the heartache controlled It'd taken a hold, Taken its toll Making me wholly incapable of attaining my goals The strain of the whole weight on my shoulders Is aching, my composure is breaking, I'm going insane, oh god You were mine And mine forever A minor error You were mine
6 Jan 2009
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