Thursday, 30 April 2009
This is a breakfast cereal advert one of the teams came up with. Honestly. Would you honestly buy a cereal from a inflatable pedophile who roams your house shouting about berries and fruit in that annoying tone?
Even better was the 'brainstorming' session where they came up with it.
Pause it at 1:29 and that guy's face is what mine would have been like, but with fists swinging. No, wait, what are you doing? Don't applaud that! Don't applaud that Geordie's David Brent-esque dance about Pantsman! Even the voiceover guy has subtly inflected his tones to raise a verbal eyebrow at how mince your idea is. Stop! You're competing to help out Alan Sugar not..."I think that's verging on being silly now." REALLY? At what point? Was it the bit where he declared "pants are the future?" Or performed what can only be described as an epileptic's version of Night Fever?
Put me in The Apprentice. I'd well run the show. Or probably just intimidate the other contestants till I won.
Anyone for chess, love playing chess, even though i am truly dreadful, the computer always beats me, but cant beat a sunday afternoon playing chess with a friend.
Found this company Regency Chess who seem to cover all aspects and are the UK's No1 Chess Suppliers, they even supply Patrick Moore, so if that ain't reason enough.
Visit them at http://www.regencychess.co.uk/
Wednesday, 29 April 2009
Monday, 27 April 2009
Sunday, 26 April 2009
Lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone has withdrawn her support for Labour in anger at its economic policies.
The Scottish boss of the Ultimo bra empire said the UK Government's recent moves risked alienating business and damaging the economy.
The 37-year-old branded the new 50p top rate of tax "a disgrace".
Leading Scots QC Paul McBride also announced he had abandoned lifelong support for Labour and joined the Conservatives.
Ms Mone, from Glasgow, told the Scottish Sunday Express newspaper: "I certainly don't mind paying more tax if the real benefits are being felt by schools, the health service, the elderly and businesses.
"But to just come and ask for more money to throw away is crazy."
She said it was not fair to punish all the UK's entrepreneurs who had often taken huge risks to make their companies a success.
"I used to be a Labour supporter but I'm not anymore," Ms Mone said.
"None of them have impressed me with their policies and actions, bringing the economy to its knees."
Mr McBride said Labour were now "mendacious and incompetent", relying on smears rather than policy.
His decision was welcomed by the Scottish Conservative leader Annabel Goldie who said it was a sign that the Tories were making "real progress" in Scotland.
A Scottish Labour spokesman said: "Labour have had to take tough decisions over the budget but they are the right ones to help get through the recession.
"Mr McBride and Ms Mone might be upset with the increase in tax for people earning over £150,000. However, the vast majority of Scots support that policy."
Saturday, 25 April 2009
Ah, finally the perfect sweatshirt for walking the streets at night. The $75 “Batman Full Image Full Zip-Up! Hoodie” by Lot 29 is sure to NOT creep anybody out when you zip the thing all the way up over your face and take the neighborhood watch concept to a whole new level.
“But, Doug, how will I see with my sweatshirt zipped all the way up?!” you whine, defiantly. Through the magic of see-through mesh eye holes. Think of it as an unsettling two-way mirror into your local criminals’ souls. Caped Crusader? Maybe not. Awkward kid with his sweatshirt zipped up over his head, possibly with some mental issues? Absolutely.
The hoodie can be purchased at SuperHeroStuff.com, although they’re all sold out at the moment.
Of course they are.
Wednesday, 22 April 2009
Sunday, 19 April 2009
Just got these Nike Items instore, as usual, thers not many of them, and as usual i picked the best out of the range, priced from £20 to £35, the usual cheapness, click on the item to buy or visit us here.
Saturday, 18 April 2009
Here we have a lil set of resin toys from the toymaster 'Lunartik', find out all about him here.
They will be instore & online pretty soon and retail for £35, lovely looking pieces indeed.
Thursday, 16 April 2009
Mayne...well, at least I know multiple beverages impress the ladies now.
Been failing a degree by wasting ridiculous amounts of time doing stupid stuff. Two more projects to go, but I'll be posting more regularly now. Incidently, if anyone's got some good academic material on cyberpunk/steampunk novels or the journalism of jazz, holla. Don't ask-it's a liberal arts degree, you end up doing stupid stuff like this all the time.
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
Monday, 13 April 2009
This is a slightly older one from Smug & Estum, but my fave to date, the detailing is up there with the best of them, and you need to see this in the flesh to truley appreciate its greatness.
Sunday, 12 April 2009
Absolutely frightening, how good these guys are, the gorillas pics tomorrow are some of the best stuff you will see, all done in Glasgow, great great images.
Smugs work can be seen on his Flickr here.
Estums work can be seen on his Flickr here
Saturday, 11 April 2009
Friday, 10 April 2009
Thursday, 9 April 2009
Tuesday, 7 April 2009
Monday, 6 April 2009
Saturday, 4 April 2009
Thursday, 2 April 2009
Wednesday, 1 April 2009
The Hundreds has released a bunch of unique products but this takes the cake for sure. The Hundreds is releasing a limited number of actual bombs. These bombs are available at their SF and LA locations, these bombs are only allowed in certain states and are not available overseas due to the international law, you also have to be 25 or older to purchase.
Kanye West’s signature sneaker is going to drop Saturday, May 2nd at House of Hoops, and NYC’s 34th St. Foot Locker and Footaction. So start saving cash and stay tuned as more details about availability develop. $215 is pennies haha. These are fuckin' unreal!