Turns out your grocery receipt is not tax deductible. You learn something every day.
A graphical representation of banal office chat. Display it in your cubicle and watch the quality of your interactions *soar*.
“Sometimes I wonder what it must have been like in the olden days, when our forbears had to sport pants made of feathers and blood.”
“The alleged witch was carrying one fat cake and a piece of uncooked meat.”
Sade’s Babyfather video contains some assets she has hitherto failed to highlight.
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Who needs Elton John’s rotting flowers tainting one’s neighbourhood with an aura of decay? NOT YOU.
I’m pretty sure my teacher never told me I could be a Jellymonger when I grew up. I should have gone to Robin Fegan’s school.
Faith No More performed their first festival set in years at Download, and MCT spared no expense in dipatching someone to review the event via text message
An attempt to see if Babel Fish Translator can make sense out of Courtney Love’s Twitter updates.
This is what happens if you watch too much Dexter in one sitting.
Collaborative Twitter reviews are a bit old hat now, so this is an attempt at crowdsourcing opinion for Lady Sov’s new track.
Can’t be bothered to review U2’s 3,947th single? Ask your Twitter followers to do it for you!
“Remember: tears should cascade softly (and, where, possible in slow motion); they should *never* rain down angrily.”
It’s a web 2.0 pop music detective saga, encompassing Twitter, Facebook and - among other online faves - the Prime Minister’s petition website.
Sadly no clips can be found for “Big Phat Apple Bootys 13”. No SFW song clips, anyway.
Mark Morrison - he is famous, honest - claims his hometown of Leicester, England has shown him “nothing but contempt”. Also, he’s The Beatles of Leicester, OK?
This guy’s brain, when x-rayed, looks like the red ring of death.
Decorate your entire abode in Nintendo-themed graphics. At least you won’t have to wait for the plumber ever again.
Try not eating your wounds now!
Try looking this louche, humans.
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