Monthly Archives: October 2009

WTF? Friday

So I figured I would go with a halloween theme as I do enjoy the creativity behind outrageous costumes.  I have already posted about cat wigs and dressing babies like food items but today’s theme is dogs.  How can you … Continue reading

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Spooky toothpaste

Halloween here doesn’t come with as much of the hoopla as it does in Canada and the US.  It does seem that people do dress up for parties.   After a discussion with a colleague however we realised that their … Continue reading

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Spring ahead fall behind

Today we set our clocks back an hour and when discussing it with some Brits on Saturday night I recited the ‘spring ahead fall behind’ rhyme to them as they were saying they could never remember which way the clocks … Continue reading

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WTF? Friday

Loved this video cause once you see it you know this penguin is thinking WTF? Forward to the 41 second mark…quick synopsis – hungry whales chasing delectable penguin

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Glamour Shots 2.0

The 90’s wasn’t all Super Mario brothers and New Kids on the Block…it was also Glamour Shots! The best in shopping mall photography studios complete with mood lighting, bedazzled shirts and collar popping.  Every  girl wanted to see what she … Continue reading

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WTF? Friday

I know I tend to complain about customer service but this one takes the cake.You  can read the full story on the eye witness’s blog but his post goes like this (read his, its better). A tube train was approaching … Continue reading

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Can you spot the fake flake?

Forgive me for sounding ignorant but is plagiarism really one of the big issues currently plaguing the breakfast cereal industry?  Apparently so as Kelloggs has invested time and presumably cash (during one of the worst recessions in ages)  to develop … Continue reading

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