Put all these bad boys in the sin bin.
From that baked Alaska to a tweeting monarch, the last year has been quite the ride. PARKLIFE.
As illustrated by dogs, cats, turtles and, of course, sloths.
There are a lot of places called Bottom. But thankfully only one Doffcocker.
The Welsh international footballer, who spent two-and-a-half years in prison for rape, is to train with his former club this week, according to the BBC.
Ahhh, well this is awkward.
The children hit by the spray are all fine, according to a police statement.
The attacker also died after being tasered by police. Warning: This post contains some graphic details.
The nation of comfort foods. Whoever said Britain doesn’t have good cuisine has obviously never read this list.
Sithee our kid, you don’t ‘alf talk funny.
He nails it, then he nails it again, and then he nails it some more.
There is no Mel B, only Zuul.
Could this be the end for Cumming Street and Fanny Hands Lane too?
“Rings? We were supposed to get rings?”
I975 was basically the 1980s, right?
This is “there’s an app for that” for anyone who remembers the slogan “there’s an app for that.”
Chivalry, thy name is “commuter”.
Every given someone a cwtch? Eaten bara brith? Watched S4C?
The charity YouthNet has released the “Panic Attack Monster” to help people learn how to cope with them.
YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH.
From Michelin-starred fine dining, to must-try street food.
It may have rubbish internet and its place names may be have too many vowels. But if you’re Welsh, you’ll always miss home.
This quiz quantifies how true you are to San Portablo!
NO, I CANNOT MEET YOU FOR BRUNCH FFS.
The UK baking show helped Roger the ginger cat recover from his injuries.
Welsh Mamgus are hilariously unique, but we love them for it.
The struggle is real, but we’re too polite to complain.
Is it Geordie? Brummie? Maybe Mancunian?