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Is This Taking Your Relationship With a Doll Too Far?

To answer my own question, I can’t help but think that the answer is probably yes. Dave Hockey has a girlfriend who is a doll. He’s taken her everywhere, even on holiday, skydiving etc. Not sure what his wife thinks about this strange behaviour… And this is his doll Cynthia, who got to go Skydiving […]

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Playing with the Harrods Lights?

Harrods is a pretty iconic place. Pretty building, lovely lights the whole year round. We all love Harrods (even if we don’t shop there much). But when a disgruntled former employee decided to send a message to the store and (probably more importantly) anyone admiring the view recently, he certainly did so with style. Of […]

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How I Intend to Get to Work in Future (Part 3 – Flying Car)

Although it has been proved otherwise (see here, for previous post about the world’s most useless machine), in theory every invention should be fixing some kind of problem. Well the problem that this invention apparently addresses is (according to the company’s website) as follows: “Every pilot faces uncertain weather, rising costs, and ground transportation hassles […]

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Superhero Grandma

Do superhero’s age? They don’t seem to. In the comics, they just get drawn the same way over and over again. In the now inevitable movie adaptations they are consistently played by different actors (how many batmen have we had?!) So I wonder if this is wonder woman or some other superhero that we all […]

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The Coolest Game of Table Tennis Ever?

Table Tennis is going through a¬†renaissance, with pop up table tennis tables and tournaments seemingly everywhere.   Well not all games of table tennis are created equal. Possibly one of the coolest ever is this “matrix” tabel tennis. I don’t want to seem like I am only presenting one option here, so I will also […]

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Why TED is so Awesome

To attempt to sum up the amazing content that is generated by TED is probably one of the world’s greatest exercises in futility. Everyone who is anyone has presented their “Ideas Worth Spreading” on TED. At risk of scratching a tiny sliver off the top (or side for that matter) of the vast iceberg that […]

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Variations on the Theme of the Evolution of Man

Everyone knows the original: Recently in a T-shirt shop in Notting Hill I came across some interesting variations on the theme: And a recent edition that I just had to put on here. Awesome.

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Best Music Video for Crowd Participation?

Does the video for the best crowd participation in a video clip go to the Bay City Rollers and Ann Margaret for Saturday Night? Click image to watch the video. Probably.

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Wonderbra Economist Ad

I have always loved the Economists Advertising campaigns, but I have to say that in this case Wonderbra have totally nailed it with a clever and cheeky spoof of a famous economist ad. Wonderbra out-clever the Economist.

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Building the Six Million Dollar Man

“Steve Austin, astronaut. A man barely alive. Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world’s first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. Better, stronger, faster.”… awesome! Fiction that will never happen? Don’t be so sure. 1. The bionic Video […]

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