“We couldn’t find that walnut loaf you asked for. Here’s an octopus instead.”
It’s harder than you think, if you’ll forgive the pun. Some images were taken from Useful Photography 8 from KesselsKramer Publishing. And this is safe for work.
The picture clearly shows a half-built Millennium Falcon.
But why you would want to is another matter entirely.
And in an article which bemoans falling standards of teaching too.
Come for the article, stay for the insane comments.
The pilot of the Europe Airpost flight said to prepare for a crash landing, according to a passenger.
It’s the angry runaway tortoises, the leaning lampposts, the free sausage rolls, and the men humping mattresses that make this country great.
Viewers didn’t like the frank comments Marcello Marino made on the cooking show three years ago. Now he’s asked Channel 4 to stop rerunning the episodes.
It must have seemed like a good idea at the time. Via the Accrington Observer.
People who shop in the Co-op on Iffley Road, Oxford, have a lot to say about things. H/T @IffleyComments.
The publisher apologised for complaining in a review of a new history of the slave trade that “almost all the blacks in his book were victims, almost all the whites villains”.
Have you ever seen a horse fly?
This trip had a very unexpected ending.
Well played, Hackney Wick.
A murder investigation is now under way. Earlier, a man was seen killing cats and waving a machete in the area.
The job you’ve been waiting for all this time is finally here.
From abandoned tube stations and vast caverns to an entire disused railway line and the new Crossrail network, there’s a whole world underneath your feet. Some of these via Subterranean London, compiled by Bradley L. Garrett.
The actor/director/producer is making the film version of journalist Nick Davies’ book of the scandal, Hack Attack.