I'd need to be away with the fairies to buy into all the Kirks Folly magic dust nonsense. I've never understood who the range was aimed at.
To change the subject, the model beth appeared with her 5.3 week old baby. She looked very happy. I was watching because I wanted to see the fairy dust being blown but I couldn't bear all the rubbish being spoken and had to switch it off.
I`ve never bought anything from KF but it`s the sales techniques on Q I often find disturbing rather than what they`re selling. Grown men playing with teddy bears and waving teddy bear arms at us whilst speaking in a child like voice, grown women blowing fairy dust, people scoffing food on camera then talking through a stuffed mouth and rolling eyeballs and squeals just to mention a couple of annoying personal habits.
If they need a handle in order to sell particular products then I wish they`d find more mature or interesting ones. KF is an acquired taste, love it or hate it and it`s no better or worse than much of the other stuff Q sells.