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The five storey Cliff House by Modscape clings to the side of a cliff in Australia and has stunning view of the Indian Ocean.
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Live Stream from tonight's #baftaawards  - All the red carpet live #baftas2015  
BAFTAS 2015 Red Carpet. We show you all the best outfits and dresses from the biggest night in British Film.
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The top grossing box office actors of 2014. Who do you think topped the poll with £900 million? #film   #movies  
Top-grossing actor of 2014. We show you who topped the list.
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Whilst I love Danny MacAskill, a loop the loop for Microsoft seems a little bit of a sell out?
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Not sure about Farrell? But excited to see Vince play the baddy!
 
Vaughn & Farrell confirmed in Series 2 cast of True Detective. A surprising choice perhaps?

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It’s fair to say that first series of True Detective had us all hooked here at Average Joes and we’re expecting big things from the HBO series second time around. One of the beauties of True Detective was the knowledge upon series 1 completion, the brilliant Matthew Mcconaughey and always excellent Woody Harrelson would move…
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Do love a bit of Bruce Wayne. Batman comes to the small screen with prequel series Gotham (watch out for Ryan from O.C. fame!). First Trailer
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Whilst I don't like a cash cow, I have fallen in love with the new Nike Air Max Zero to celebrate 28 years of Nike Air Max. The original or the original? 
26.03.2015 is a special day to Nike. 28 years since the original Nike Air Max 1 they launch the new Nike Air Max Zero.
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The all new +Ford Motor Company Focus #RS - We kinda love this all new and grown up look. Understated class #autos   #Ford  
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I just love this car so much, and now it's all shiny and new. The BMW M6. #BMW  
The BMW M6, and infact even the old 6 series has always been one of our favourites. The bold and brashness of an M car, perfectly held together and formed round a larger and ultimately more muscular car make for a visually appealing, no, make that stunning, set-up. And the all new BMW M6 Coupe…
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Why the fans are the real reason Norwich are relegated.

Whilst the rest of the world, or in-fact the UK, may not care. An air of disappointment swept over Norfolk last night as Norwich City Football Club were relegated from England’s Elite, the Premier League. And whilst the writing has been on the wall (for most of us) ever since the failure to grab points at Craven Cottage, the fat lady has finally sung.

The majority of fans will tell you the fault lays purely at the feet of Hughton, but I can assure you there is no one man to blame. But maybe perhaps 26,000 of them.

Confidence is the biggest player in sport, it’s something money can’t buy and it will make or break your day no matter what you play. A team with confidence and a little heart can overturn a team of greater standing and skill. And this is where the problem lies. 

For a number of years Norwich played with both heart and confidence, even a slight swagger if you will, but for the first time this season that was lost completely. It didn’t take long, the boo boys were out in force, and whilst many believe they are addressing their frustrations about a manager, what they fail to realise is that it affects everyone. Reverberating through the players, the squad and the whole club, to a place where no-one is safe.

Heads dropped, frustrations boiled over and Carrow Road had been a time bomb waiting to go off all season, the only surprise? That we weren’t actually relegated sooner.

Now imagine a game with-out booing, imagine a game with positivity, and imagine if the fans continued to cheer on their team no matter what. After all, as a supporter, isn’t that our job? I firmly believe Norwich, with the right support would have been 10 points better off, and with it, Premier League football for another year.

Don’t believe me? Trying going to Selhurst Park this side of Christmas. And if you think the only reason is a change of manager, then I don’t think football is for you.

A club of the size and infrastructure of Norwich is actually punching above its weight by being in the Premier League, you may not believe it, but it is very much fact. And for that reason alone we should support our team, our yellow blood, no matter what. You may not like the manager, the team he picks, or the way they play, and yes we would prefer expansive free-flowing football, but what we really want is to play at the pinnacle of football.

I believe Norwich have had the worst support of all top clubs this season, the reason, I honestly don’t know. Take your pick. Too many family areas? The original manager who sapped life from them? A Chief Exec who is more interested in instructing fans to sit down through stewards than letting them enjoy game? 

Whilst we all have the right to express our opinions and dis-pleasure, there must surely be a better forum than dragging our team down to the brink destruction.

Yes, the players, the board and ultimately the manager are to blame, but we as fans have a duty to ‘support’ our club, no matter what, and with just a little positivity, we would still be a Premiership club.
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The all new MINI Cooper S. Click play to find out if it lives up to the hype. #MINI  
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Internet Ninja and inspiration behind www.averagejoesblog.com and the newly launched sister site - www.averagejanesblog.com
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Full time internet ninja and the inspiration behind mens lifestyle blog, Average Joes and the newly launched, Average Janes.

Founded in 2010 it is now one of the largest modern male lifestyle sites in the UK, averaging over 100, 000 readers each and every month. Featuring the very best of fashion, cars, style, film, travel and everything cool.


You will also find me helping local companies and worldwide brands with their online footprints and social media.
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