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Category Archives: humour
If you were to escape from where you are at the moment, where would you like to go? This was the question asked to three people who dared to approach a mysterious Black cube located in a square in Paris, … Continue reading
To celebrate Monty Python’s reunion. And yes, I know most of them is over 70 and they happily claim they want to pay they mortgage etc. Nevertheless, this never fails to make me laugh.
I am sorry for the triviality of this one but for me it is plain ridiculous.
It’s must be Monday where you are – or it soon will be. And for everyone who begins a week at the office, or even just begins Monday – you might need this. For me a black coffee please in … Continue reading
I have no idea and can’t find any information what was the event or the cause for this particular action – but it must have been fun to watch – a crowd of Winnie the Poohs took over a town … Continue reading
Yarnbombing is fun – that’s a fact. Sculptures in the cities – are not always fun, and this is also a fact which I pointed out some time. And they are grey, and sad. Well, not all of them, but … Continue reading
New signage popping up all over National Trust properties across the east of England is making a mockery of the stuffy reputation of country houses. Nature’s Playground, the new campaign by The Click Design Consultants, sees a series of nine brightly-coloured … Continue reading