It’s not often we post infographics from other sites but we all read this one this morning and everyone in the office believed at least 3 of these myths. Personally my wife has been telling me for years that Oil stops stuck Pasta. Plus my mother and grandmother have always told me not to swim after eating. I’ll also be sure to reprimand my kids more and not put it down to sugar! Anyway Click Read More for the full Infographic
Christmas is a time when families across the UK come together to celebrate and in their own unique and special ways. Every family has their own traditions and tend to stick to them year on year.
Some will go to church, others won’t, most will eat turkey, but others will sit down to a plate of beef, fish or nut roast.
Each will think that their own way of celebrating the festive season is the best, but it might surprise you to learn that a lot of us have much more in common than you might think.
For example how many of you have roast potatoes as a part of your Christmas dinner? According to the official statistics the answer is more than 90%.
As a nation the United Kingdom will also drink 250 million pints of beer of beer and 35 million bottles of wine. If you want to express your individuality you’re going to have to do it with a glass of eggnog…
I just had to share this… How amazing. I love stuff like this. Starts off awseome and gets even more awesome. This is a definate Cirque du Soleil act. Maybe it was… if not it should be.
Now I just need to get the wife to but me a big tesla coil some special suits and a set of POI’s and I’ll be busy all christmas!
A new craze has hit London underground – one that few people will notice but those that do are sure to chuckle.
Stickers are being put up all over the underground in an attempt to add some humour to the somewhat dullness of a typical underground journey. They can be purchased online for as little as £2 each and come in many shapes and sizes.
And they are starting to get peoples attention.
They use the same font and branding as TFL but turn the typical warning sign or underground map into something a bit more fun.
As a thank you for our fast turnaround on some branded umbrellas, Mel managed to secure us some tickets to see Sir Spamalot on Tuesday. I must say I was pleasantly surprised at how good it was. I’m not a huge fan of musicals, I generally get dragged along by my wife.
For those that don’t know Sir Spamalot is a musical rendition of the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Spamalot tells the story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table in their quest to find the holy grail.
On the night we went Marcus Bridgstoke played King Arthur, a role that is shared with impressionist Jon Culshaw from August the 8th to the 2nd of September.
Roman said that Patsy was played by Todd Carty (Mark from Eastenders) but until I saw the posters outside I refused to believe him. Maybe I always imagined him to be taller?
Maybe it’s because he was always bent over with a large pack on his back?
Not all that on subject but fun none the less. Someone just posted this on my facebook page and I thought it worth of a blog post.
Even though I missed the time somewhat.
Today is the time that Marty McFly set on the time machine to come to.
I’m not sure that we meet the exact expectations of the film but pff who ever meets the expectation they set their time machine for?
This is the personalised description of my cousin on e-harmony. I thought it seemed fairly accurate for not only my cousin but maybe for myself also, and probably for a lot of other people out there. I just wonder how long these fairly detailed but generic descriptions can exist on dating websites.
It seems so relevant but hugely random at the same time, It’s like astrology in it’s nature, although maybe a little more educated due to the customer input. Interesting what a computer can come up with these days. It almost feels like you have a personal experience. Anyway here is what the computer spat out…