There's been a recent spat of flashers in the southern city of Lund in Sweden, with men exposing themselves all over the place. Sydsvenskan has been reporting on the issue. This guy must have a warped sense of humor as he chose to show off his willy.... at Willy's.
The pun begged me to post this. I'm so sorry.
Admonopoly (also seen on twitter as @admonopoly ) have made a board that is full of injokes, and by the looks of it, totally playable. I love the cards on top:
You lose to a youtube-ripoff. Give £20 to each player
Student Book Crit
Steal brilliant strategy from student team. Pick up an award card.
I sense a bit of bitterness here....... ;)
The British Tourism adding "They are not appropriate at this time". No kidding! The ads were actually running in BBC iPlayer programmes overseas, and likely appeared more than once coupled with BBC coverage of the riots.
It was of course bound to happen then, that someone decided to start mocking the British Tourism ads, with this parody. Visit Britain! Bring home a flat screen telly!
BBH Interns have come up with a twitterblitz, twitter petition, twitter flashmob or whatever you want to buzzword it, idea to get the web to employ sartalics. The back-leaning italics that will make it perfectly clear to the reader that you are, indeed, being sarcastic. Hey this would be perfect for me, as I'm sarcastic most of the time and think this is a very
Lets get on this right away, shall we?