Were this not such a serious situation, some of the details in this story might appear to be a little comic, not least because it involves a vehicle that is usually associated with circus clowns and jugglers. But while it’s …
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.
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.
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.
It’s every young child’s dream: to play dress up every single day of the year, whether it be a super hero, a gorilla, or even an onion.
Some people may collect seashells by the seashore, or shiny rocks, but for nearly two decades residents of Cornwall, England, and visitors to the coastal area are finding nautical-themed Lego pieces in the sand, reports BBC News.
Liam Blair, 31, was accepted to the University of Dundee, Nethergate, Scotland, and rather than advertising the news, he kept it in his vest for four years, reports Huffington Post U.K.
If you think dating is hard now, imagine what it was like during wartime in the early 1900s.
Of course, people had other things on their mind during WWI, but at the same time, some romance provided hope for the future.
Cadbury seems to be onto something, mashing up two obsessions, Facebook and chocolate.
The beloved British chocolate maker, founded in Birmingham in 1824, has taken its show on the road to Australia to test out a newfangled vending machine that determines users’ tastes by their Facebook likes and interests, reports MSN …