British retailer Marks & Spencer, in conjunction with Oxfam, have been doing a bit of research into clothes styling in relationships.
Among the findings was that, for the first few months (the honeymoon phase) of a relationship, you can pretty much get away with most things you’re wearing.
But after that, your partner will . . . → Read More: Wh/sWW – What is he/she Wearing on Wednesday?!?!
It’s an old saying, but one that might be nearing the end of it’s lifespan. An Austrian supermarket is now offering pre-peeled bananas.
To save you clicking on the link (which you’re going to do anyway, because you won’t believe me when I explain it), they are taking a banana – which you’ll recall is . . . → Read More: Wednesday Rant: Make like a banana and split…
You have an itch you can’t reach and it’s been driving you crazy, so you’ve got a loved one (or someone you paid an awful lot of money too) to scratch it.
All very well, but as they are scratching around trying to get the right spot, you notice that every time they get close . . . → Read More: The Big Itch
An article has surfaced this week about the relatively new SAMOA Airlines causing a big stir. They’ve now started charging passengers and their luggage purely and simply by the kilogram.
On one hand this could be a very sensible and logical move. After all, particularly on smaller aircraft, the cost of the flight and fuel . . . → Read More: Wednesday Weigh-In: Would you still come fly with me?
Whilst our resident goat has been doing a great job keeping this blog free of trolls, the rest of the internet hasn’t been so lucky.
Amongst others, the “Facebeef” group (headed by Tristan Barker) has been receiving a lot of media attention.
This discussion between Web 2.0 and the traditional media escalated to a . . . → Read More: Debate: Troll slaying
I realised a few weeks back that I seem to be withdrawing online these past few months. I appear to have unconsciously decided to reduce my online foot print and spend more time in meatspace.
I’ve wondered if there are reasons behind this – stuff going on in Personal Life, moving house or maybe . . . → Read More: Diminishing Online
I walked into the Officeworks store and looked left and then right. I was surprised by the mirrored end wall to my right, but then realised it was there to make the store look bigger as it was a bit on the small side for an Officeworks store. It was certainly an impressive expanse of . . . → Read More: On reflection, I must have looked a bit of a goose.
All that sexy chicken talk on Friday got me thinking. Now it’s Monday and I have a confession.
I like looking at ladies. There I said it. I see one walking past in the street (and one of the marvellous perks of catching public transport and walking to work is that I see LOTS) and . . . → Read More: Monday Objectification Of Bodies In Everyday Society (MOOBIES)
Some headlines just sort of grab your attention:
Wanted: ‘Adventurous woman’ to give birth to Neanderthal man – Harvard professor seeks mother for cloned cave baby
Professor George Church of Harvard Medical School believes he can reconstruct Neanderthal DNA and resurrect the species which became extinct 33,000 years ago.
He believes his . . . → Read More: Ladies, are you feeling adventurous?
Can something really be unseen…?
So, I was reading an article about Lance Armstrong (but don’t worry, that’s not what this post is about – no matter how much he might like us to unsee things!) which mentioned how people had been posting unfavourable reviews on Amazon, and that Manly library were going to move . . . → Read More: Reaching for the mental bleach