Added by Paul 04 April 2006 08:57
God, it's been quiet round here of late hasn't it. Maybe t'internet's got boring.
Anyway, ever had that thing where, just after falling asleep, you wake with a start with big muscles twitches or the sensation that you are falling?
Well you are not alone.
And here's why..
Added by JamesN 04 April 2006 10:08
A remarkable story about a fella that was consuming 25 ecstasy tablets a day at the peak of his abuse.
“Mr A, still has trouble working out the time of day or knowing what is in his supermarket trolley despite having stopped taking it seven years ago.”
Hardly surprising I suppose, given he was also taking cannabis, solvents, benzodiazepines, amphetamines, LSD, cocaine, heroin.
Needless to say “Researchers from London University believe his condition could indicate the use of Ecstasy leads to irreversible memory problems and other cognitive defects.”
I wonder. How have they isolated the effect of ecstasy in amongst all that lot? It’s a bit like saying that if you drink 25 bottles of whisky every day, then combine that with 15 big mac meals, 15 bottles of Coke (the drink), 50 Marathons and 20 Ginsters cornish pasties and any other such legally available lethal substances, that the whisky may cause you to become obese.
Added by JamesN 07 April 2006 13:36
I heard about this book on the Today programme this morning.
Called Cosmic Ordering, this book, though published in 2001 is now, suddenly the number one “hot book” on amazon.
The synopsis reads, “This is a guide aimed at helping the reader realize their dreams - just by placing an order with the universe.”
It goes on to say how the author “used the "cosmic ordering service" to gain her dream job, the ideal man, money, health - even a castle to live in!”. How pleased I am for her that she managed to achieve all her selfish materialistic aims just by the simple process of placing a “cosmic order”.
The book has been given credence by none other than Noel Edmonds, who has managed to revive his TV career by using the cosmic ordering service. Surely, if there were a force for good in the universe (or the cosmos), this would not have been allowed to happen?
Just in case you were still unconvinced, Jonathan Cainer, the Daily Mail’s revered astrologer, asserted in the Radio4 interview that the book was indeed based on sound principles.
Surely this is a breakthrough on the scale of achieving nuclear fusion or a cure for cancer?
Simple, by this book, write down everything you want, pop it under your pillow every night and, voila, your every wish will be granted.
Hmmm, I fear we’ll be hearing more about this.
Added by Dave 09 April 2006 18:00
These have to be seen to be believed
Added by Paul 11 April 2006 17:16
I thought it was a bit odd this morning, with a police car blocking the end of the road and fire engines around.
Well, a house had collapse. I didn't think houses just did that.
Added by Nathan 12 April 2006 08:51
Inspired by this, I might submit my photo as a likeness for Mr T
Added by VIKRANT 12 April 2006 13:14
Elegant bridal shower and unique wedding party favors.
Added by JamesN 17 April 2006 20:18
Jesus christ, looks like the whole of Bromley might be in danger of disappearing down a big hole.
Added by JamesN 18 April 2006 12:30
One can only put all the ridiculous thing’s Tom Cruise has said since his coming together with Katie Holmes and conversion to scientology, to attention seeking.
Not only does Ms Holmes have to give birth to their baby in complete silence (without the aid of drugs) but now she’s got this to look forward to. Her man has announced that he is going to “eat the placenta”.
Worse, he’s going to eat the “cord and the placenta” and he’s going to do it “right there”.
I’ve never contemplated this before but am wondering if he’s thought this through properly. Meat is that little bit more tender when cooked and I can well imagine the situation might backfire when it proves hard to chew, impossible to swallow and I would imagine more than a little messy. And, of course more than likely to induce nausea. I’m only too aware of what can happen when eating bacon.
When my daughter was born I was far more interested in holding my beautiful baby and, not wishing to be at all judgmental, I don’t think it’s right that the father’s attention be distracted for some considerable time while he attempts to masticate an umbilical cord and nine month old raw meat.
It’s not clear whether he has to endure this process in silence. And if the use of cutlery is permitted.
Added by Paul 20 April 2006 15:49
Think you're any good with photoshop?
Added by stones 21 April 2006 11:56
Amazing 'maxing-out' of your every day chocolate snacks.
Favourites include King Rolo, Toffe Crisp, Original Curly Wurly and Monster Jammy Dodger.
Added by Dave 21 April 2006 15:47
What exactly is Mr Chips doing? Warning, you need quicktime to view
Added by Paul 22 April 2006 10:33
In fact, great news for F1. If true.
It looks like the FIA have rejected Paul Stoddart's entry for the 2008 championship.
There is no place for this austrailian moron, who has not a semblance of grace, a face like a hairy dog's arse and for some reason thinks that F1 should be run entirely in his interests. Wanker.
Added by Paul 24 April 2006 13:09
Mediocre driver Jenson Button is apparently furious.
A small mistake by the 'lollipop' man saw him bashed on the head and dragging half of his pit crew down the pit lane.
Most drivers would slow down, stop even, when they are whacked on the head with the lollipop, reasoning, correctly, that all is not well. Not JB though.
Anyway. This rare mistake by his team has illicited a furious response from our Jenson as their mistakes, he thinks, are costing him the world championship. Yes, this is the same man, that, after 104 grand prix, has not won a single race.
He's off to the factory today, to give the team a 'motivational speech'. I think if i worked for the team, I'd hunt round for something nice and big, and shove it right up his arse.
Added by Paul 26 April 2006 11:18
Always a favourite.
They also have the covers of the Daily Express.
Next time you're in a newsagent, check the cover of the Daily Express. I reckon you've got a 50/50 chance that Princess Diani will be on it.
Added by Paul 27 April 2006 16:50
For hard core fans only.
Added by Paul 28 April 2006 12:14
The reasons for this are too time-consuming to explain. The original site
Warning : probably not suitable for most workplaces.
Added by JamesN 30 April 2006 14:47
You wouldn't forget him if you had would you?
Firebombed a shop in South London. No laughing matter I agree but this photofit is hilarious.
Added by Paul 30 April 2006 20:45
For some reason I find these images slighly unsettling.