There’s the saying, “Choose a job you love, and you will never work a day in your life.”
Glaswegian Tom Evans, 69, ran a funfair as his trade and is now retired. He couldn’t leave carnival life behind completely because when he saw a bumper car (dodgem in British English) for sale on eBay it was love at first sight, …
Will Reid, a dad in the U.K., felt like his two teenage children, James and Beth, just weren’t hearing him when it came to household upkeeps.
Shoreditch, London was first to see the opening of a Cat Cafe, and that venture is now being followed up with a … wait for it, wait for it … a cafe that serves only cereal.
This sounds like the making of a romantic comedy: a young man found himself a girlfriend, and like people in love do, he wanted his sister to have a similar experience.
Before you throw your hands up in the air, exclaiming, “This is so rude!” please note, in this case, dull is actually a self-described compliment by the members of The Dull Men’s Club.
There has been an unusually large amount of biscuit and tea inventions of late. Well, two to be exact (that we know of), but that’s a lot in a matter of weeks. It’s all about supply and demand.
Surely you’ve been on a train inching along, and thought to yourself, “I could get there faster on my own two feet.”
A British dad was assigned the task of vacuuming the house, but instead, he decided to photograph the Henry hoover, giving life to an internet sensation named Baby Henry.
Warmley’s Waiting Room Café in South Gloucestershire did not need to build a TARDIS restroom in order to be a charming place to take a pot of something warm and wet on a blustery afternoon. Located in a former railway station …
Hugo Cornellier was a very ambitious tween, coming up with the concept to take a photo of himself every day, beginning at the age of 12, with the intent to create a time-lapse video, reports Express U.K.