Whether you’ve been dumped or dumped someone in the past, you should be able to identify with the majority of this list.
It turns out kids would rather Gangnam Style than be Harry Styles! Butlins research proves it. How so? Because kids know it’s good exercise, that dancing makes them feel energetic and that it also helps them feel more confident and free. Which is great!
To celebrate this, the short-break company have launched a competition in a quest to find the next hot dance troupe through a new initiative called #Miniversity. The five best young dancers across the UK will get a once-in-a-lifetime experience – to perform on a Butlins stage that has launched the career of so many entertainers.
Find out more at www.butlins.com/miniversity
Used any of London’s many modes of public transport before? You’ll totally identify with this collection of the most commonly found travellers. In no particular order…
Yeah you can vomit your student loan up the wall but that’s not smart, you’re an academic now. Spend it wisely using these suggestions, in no particular order…
Arguably the greatest city on the planet for it’s sheer volume and variety of graffiti, some of the best urban artists are transforming London’s ordinary walls, doors and any other available surfaces in to awesome. Here’s some of our favourite, from past and present.
Check out new blog urbanartscene.tumblr.com for more.
From the grand to the bland. These are the top and flop ads produced for this years international football tournament.
In no particular order…
Sniffling, sneezing, and puffy eyes? Thank you, summertime.
Check out these hot spots for a tasty feast on the streets of the capital. Yum! #LondonStreetFood.
Chocolatiers have really upped their game this year for us grown ups with some absolute egg-shaped treats of awesomeness. Get all of these in your mouth this Easter.
It’s that time of year where marketeers have spent hours sat in brainstorms in an attempt to bash out the best ideas that will get the most column inches, shares, likes, retweets and favourites on just one day, April Fools Day.
Here are some of the best from 2014.
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, the makers of An Idiot Abroad return with their latest comedy-documentary style travel show, ‘The Moaning of Life’ which sees awkward-traveller, Karl Pilkington return to our screens. With his unique and ‘particular’ view on the world, here’s 10 reasons why you should be a fan.