n.Meringue dessert. Named after ballet dancer Anna Pavlova. It is crispy on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside. Can be decorated with anything from kiwifruit to MnMs.
Both New Zealanders and Australians claim the pavlova recipe as their own, but the earliest known pavlova recipe was indeed found in New Zealand.
I baked a pavlova a few weeks ago
An attractive, part-veela character in the Harry Potter series. She first appears in Goblet of Fire as a Triwizard champion and later on in Half Blood Prince. She is probably going to appear in the final book as it is supposed to start with her wedding with Bill Weasley.
Translates literally from French to "Flower of the Court"
I wish I looked like Fleur Delacour
One of the greatest tennis
player of all time. Was born in Basel, Switzerland and is currently the only player to have won both the Wimbledon and U.S. Open singles titles in three consecutive years (2004-2006).
The accuracy and spin in his shots are amazing.
"I've won Wimbledon three times and I wish I could play like Roger Federer" - John McEnroe
An alternative phrase for "Dammit" or "Damnit"
People usually think it's a typo before they realize 'b' and 'd' are nowhere near each other on the keyboard.
Teacher: SURPRISE TEST! *glee*
The arch-villian in the Harry Potter series. He was born Tom Marvolo Riddle to Merope Gaunt, a cross-eyed descendent of Salazar Slytherin and Tom Riddle Senior, a handsome, rich and cocky muggle.
Already calculating and shrewd as a boy, he grew to be one of the most feared dark wizards of all time.
His main aim, presumably, is to achieve immortality, rid the world of muggles and take over the wizarding world.
Is often called 'Voldy' by fans.
My English teacher looks like Lord Voldemort.
An English pop artist with an accent and an outspoken nature.
People she has insulted: The Kooks, Bob Gedolf, Kylie Minogue, Chris Moyles, Paris Hilton and many others
Sun is in the sky oh why oh why would I wanna be anywhere else? - Lily Allen