A history of hamburgers – “like normal history but meatier”

The rise of the hamburger is not only a story of mass production, portability and convenience - it is also inextricably linked to attitude. A...

We need to talk about the Earth (because some people think it’s flat)!

Encyclopedia Ocelotica: Flat Earth Some people say that The Earth is a globe - which is pretty amazing if you stop and think about it.  But...

Why should you use stickers for business marketing?

Stickers are an underrated marketing campaign. Most companies just assume that it will damage their brand name since its cheap and common. Compared to...

Interesting ways you can market your brand

In this digital age, almost any one can create their very own online business. However, once you've created your business, you actually have to start marketing it if...

F.A.K.E NEWS: Snowflakes to force soldiers to carry flowers and not guns

It's political correctness gone mad! BRITISH soldiers could have their weapons replaced with flowers according to a loony new report by a left-leaning Government Defence...

How to veg out (without bragging about it)

The Nerd’s Last Word with Michael Bosley “I’ll stick to bacon, thanks!” reads the terse comment left on a Facebook advertisement for a vegan meat...

Tattoos, booze and poos: Life lessons for 2019

Ok so I learnt some life lessons this month that I will be taking into 2019... Whilst the four year old was on the loo...

An Irish New Year (probably)

Off The Grid with Luke Coleman - Our man in Iraq I spent New Year’s Eve and a few days in Cork, Ireland. Obviously we go...

Encyclopedia Ocelotica: The Kilogram – “It’s not big at all, in fact it weighs...

Since 1889 a simple platinum iridium cylinder has been hidden away under no fewer than three glass bell jars and secured with three keys...

Easy as pumpkin pie – Tattoos, booze and poos by Sara Witham

Back in October I had what was probably one of the first days ever that I had a (semi) successful solo (ish) outing with...
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