Hello today I’m doing it for YouTube. One of the things I like to do is make videos. I’ve shared a few videos so far and posting more soon.
I love doing Zippo Tricks, I used to smoke and I bought a Zippo lighter. I learned some tricks along the way and decided to make some videos. I’ve always liked learning tricks and doing them. Magicians have me baffled at times and I always like to learn how they do the tricks. Also do them myself if I can learn. I like learning pub tricks to they can win you some money in bets. The first trick I learned was Pants Strike. You can watch the video in the link below. It’s on my YouTube channel and it’s hit over 20k views now. Pretty cool right?
Zippo Tricks #1 Pants Strike
It’s a pretty easy trick to do and is easy to learn. I’m going to do some more videos soon and some more tricks. I might even talk on the next video and maybe reveal how it’s done, but then again a good magician never reveals his tricks.
I’ve also posted videos of my photography and my Ice Bucket Challenge.
Spring Is Here
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Hello today I’m doing it for the gram.
I love Instagram as I have a love for photography and videography. I love going out and taking photos and making videos. It’s a great social network site to share your photos and videos. Whether it’s a photo of a great view, something you love, people or a night out. It’s a perfect site to get creative with. It’s one of if not my favourite social network. Have a look at mine if you get a chance davidjoman
Here’s one of my recent videos I made and shared to Instagram and YouTube: Spring Is Here
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Hello, I’m lucky enough to live in Newcastle, Upon Tyne and I’ve got to say I love this city.
There’s lots to do and see. As someone who loves photography there’s lots to take photos of and lots of opportunities to get some great looking photos.
These are just some of my favourite photos I have taken. They’ll be more to come in the future on my blog from me and may give selling prints a go soon. I’ll update if and when I do.
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Hello, A while ago I bought a Crosley Crusier Record Player from work for about £50 with discount and a voucher taken off. Bargain right?
I’ve wanted a new record player for a while and liked the look of those players so decided to get one. I’ve got to say I love it, it looks good and sounds good. If you want to get a record player and don’t want to spend a small fortune then I recommend getting one. I also bought Prince – Purple Rain soundtrack along with the player as it was there, I’m a fan and have wanted it on vinyl for some time. As a kid growing up in the 80’s I was a fan of Prince and used to have vinyl back then. Being an 80’s kid as was a fan of Michael Jackson and Thriller is a classic so that was one I had to have. I kind of wish I kept the vinyl I had back then and I wouldn’t have had to start a collection all over again. After my first Prince purchase I bought The Stone Roses, Blondie – Parallel Lines and one of my all time favourite film soundtracks Trainspotting limited edition orange vinyl. I love that movie and soundtrack it brings back so many memories of the 90’s and being a teenager. The limited edition orange vinyl comes in orange vinyl form obviously and two records. It looks good and it’s right what people say vinyl sounds better. The soundtrack sounds so good on vinyl. So that was a good edition to my collection and I’ll be collecting more vinyl soon.
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Hello, I’ve had a beard now for nearly four years and I don’t think I could ever shave it off, it’s a part of me now.
Some people have asked me how I take care of it and keep it neat. It’s simple really, you grow it to the length you want, invest in a decent beard trimmer and trim your beard when needed and use a good beard oil. I heard about beard oil a couple of years ago now and I decided to give it a try.
One brand of beard oil I have tried is Captain Fawcett. The latest I’ve tried is Booze & Baccy by Ricki Hall. I bought a 10ml bottle for £11:99. You only need a few drops of the oil, It looks great, smells great and make your beard feel great. I also bought Ricki Halls beard balm too for £15:00. It’s perfect for taming your beard. In the past I’ve tried the moustache wax for £9:00 it’s good for taming your moustache or pointing the ends if that’s what your into. The original beard oil smells good and works great too. Last but not least is Jimmy Niggles Million Dollar beard oil. It has 23 carrot gold flakes in the oil, It smells great and leaves your beard feeling like (pardon the pun) a million dollars.
Other tips I recommend to maintain your beard is to buy a good comb too, I use Kent combs they are reasonably priced and do the job. One of the most important things to do in growing a beard is to just let it grow don’t try and trim it in the beginning and mess with the neck line to much. You can style it the way you want once it grows to a decent length and keep it the way you want it. So if you’re growing a beard or already have one I recommend those little tips and beard oils. You’ll not regret trying them, your beard will smell nice and will thank you for it too.
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Hello happy Monday. Yesterday I went to see Spider-Man Homecoming.
This is the first Spider-Man movie I’ve been excited to see in a while after a few disappointing movies. The first thing that got me excited was that he was in Captain America: Civil War and Marvel were giving the rights to make a Spider-Man movie. It was Marvels big chance to make a good Spider-Man movie about one of the most famous Marvel characters and most famous superheroes ever. They introduced him in a big way first in Civil War He stole the show in that movie as he showed up stole Captain Americas shield and uttered the now famous line in the movie “Hey everyone.” Mavel got everything right the choice of actor Tom Holland is a great Spider-Man, the best in my opinion, the suit was right and his humour which is a big part of Spider-Man.
Now came the big test a Spider-Man movie. With his entrance made in Civil War it was time for Tom Hollands Peter Parker/Spider-Man to make his first big movie and make it good. Tom Holland and Marvel have certainly succeeded in making this a big, funny and in my opinion the best Spider-Man movie ever. It has so many elements to this movie. You’ve got the big superhero action sequences, to the friendship and relationships he has with his Aunt May and with Tony Stark his mentor. It has funny moments and is a coming of age story. A young 15 year old boy having these powers and learning to juggle everything in his life. In parts it reminded me of an 80’s teen movie, with some of the music and especially the scene of him running through the gardens with Ferris Bueler playing on tv as he passes through those gardens. Michael Keaton is great as The Vulture and Robert Downey Jr is as always awesome as Tony Stark. I like the fact they made Aunt May younger and cast Marisa Tomei she’s funny and likeable as her. His best friend and relationship they have in the movie is great too and funny to watch. Of course there’s a love interest but there’s no Gwen Stacey or Mary Jane. His love interest in this is a girl in his high school called Liz and maybe Michelle in the next film? There’s a few twists and surprises in the movie which I won’t spoil and some cameos too from Donald Glover and Jon Favareau. There’s some more cameos too but I won’t spoil that either.
So all in all I was impressed by the movie and think they got everything spot on. This has to be the best Spider-Man movie ever made and Tom Holland the best Peter Parker/Spider-Man too. It’s also one of Marvels best movies too. The movie as a whole felt like a celebration that Spider-Man was home at Marvel and Homecoming is the perfect name for the movie too because he was home where he belongs. So if you haven’t seen it yet, what are you waiting for? Go, no seriously go see it. You won’t be disappointed.
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Hello, I’ve been a fan of movies ever since I was a kid. I loved going to the cinema as a child and I still do now. It’s a good way to escape the world and visit different parts of the world, whether it’s somewhere in our world or a make believe place. The movies I grew up watching as a child in the 80’s and 90’s were great. There’s so many classics ranging from si-fi to action, adventure, comedy and horror. It’s hard to pick a top ten but these are mine.
1. Star Wars
3. Raiders Of The Lost Ark
4. Back To The Future
6. The Goonies
7. Jurassic Park
8. The Karate Kid
9. The Lost Boys
10. The Monster Squad
Star Wars: Star Wars is one of my all time favourite movies that I’ve loved from seeing it as a young child. I became a fan straight away and watched all the movies and had all the toys. When episode 7 came out, I was like a kid again going to see it I was so excited even more than my son and seeing it with him and watching him feel the same way about it as me was awesome. I’ll always be a fan even though the prequels were pretty bad.
Jaws: Jaws is a classic movie for me, I first saw it at a young age and remember seeing the great white shark fin in the water and that famous music playing and becoming obsessed with sharks from that moment on, especially great whites. There is so many iconic moments in the movie from the one I just described to the famous “We’re going to need a bigger boat.” The moment of the first shark attack which you don’t even see the shark building suspense to when you do. To the moment of Quint gets eaten alive are all great parts of a classic movie. It was the start of the big summer blockbusters and launched Stephen Spielberg’s career.
The top two are my favourites for the reasons above and the rest I could go on about for ages but I’ll cut it short a bit here. The Karate Kid is one of my favourites because I’m also a big fan of martial arts and was am a big fan of Bruce Lee. The Lost Boys was the first horror movie I ever watched and I loved it instantly. It got me into horror movies and vampires. The other movies are all classics and I’m sure there in most people top ten and there’s other films I watched growing up I love too, but these all stand the test of time for me and can still watch to this day.
Thanks for reading. Read my thoughts on Spider-Man Homecoming tomorrow.