This conversation contains absolutely no lies or sweeping generalisations. Sorry Peckham.
Poetweet is a fun tool that scans your tweets and turns them into poems. Applying it to politicians provides a light-hearted snapshot of their recurrent themes.
The great social media meltdown of 2015.
Douglas Adams’ delightful tale of unwitting biscuit theft has found a new life on social media.
This is an entirely scientific conversation. Sorry, Stephanie.
« L’amour plus fort que la haine. »
Far from targeting Muslims in particular, the satirical newspaper has ridiculed everyone from English people to the Pope.
The most important issue facing humanity today. Ban selfies.
There was so much to mock this year. Private Eye did not let us down.
“Only the hard come in the garden”.
Remember: “Only the hard come in the garden”.
Lucky airline pilots. Via the Office Of National Statistics.
Make your way up Silent Hill, get the train at Kirby’s Dream Land, zoom past Quake III Arena and get off at Arkham City.
Interacting with other human beings is awkward and exhausting. If only we had diagrams telling us how to behave. Illustrations by James Chapman.
In Bulgaria, Breaking Bad is known as In The Shoes Of Satan. By James Chapman.
I can’t even with these social media clichés.
A compendium of clichés. Via Quick Pint After Work, And Other Everyday Lies.
When modern life simply becomes unbearable, you can always vent your misery via the secret-sharing app.