So Comicon has wrapped up again for another year, passing into memory with a whiff of body odour and the squeaking of more PVC than is generally wise. It’s brought another flurry of announcements from major comic publishers and movie studios, getting people exciting for movies about to drop like Guardians of the Galaxy, and movies further off, like every other Marvel movie for the rest of time. DC’s contribution has been mostly...Read More
TV shows are funny things. Sometimes they’re cancelled before they really should be, leaving great fields of potential in the minds of their fans, of episodes and stories that would have been amazing if they’d just been allowed to exist. Other times shows overstay their welcome, continuing long after there’s any reason other than commercial for them to keep going. (cough) But some beloved shows, despite what fans might...Read More
Life isn’t easy for anyone. We all have our struggles. There’s something I’ve had to deal with for a long time now… I’m going to be King of the World. I know. Once I say it you see its inevitability too. It’s like when that bloke first proposed the wheel; it was obvious once it was said aloud. It hasn’t been an easy burden to bear over the years. I try not to bring it up very often. It’s hard arguing with customer service at the local...Read More
Our society today has many challenges to face. Dwindling resources. Rising labour costs. A general unwillingness to use children for mining work, despite their tiny bodies and supple hands being perfectly suited for underground conditions.
But those frustrations aside, there is a deeper, darker problem that sits at the very heart of all we hold dear and threatens to consume us all. Or should I say, a brighter problem.
For I am speaking about Fire.Read More
I’ve been eating so much celery. Did you know it’s a calorie negative food? Meaning it actually takes more energy to eat it than your body gets out of it? You didn’t? Well good, because that’s actually complete bullshit. It’s still better for you for breakfast than a bacon and egg muffin. Not, you know, in any way enjoyable or fulfilling, but better. Obviously. It’s healthy. I’ve been on a fitness...Read More
Chris McDonnell, a 31 year old North London man, has blamed his failed gastric-band surgery on the little known website olilolo.com.
Originally weighing 200kg, the heavily obese Mr McDonnell was given the tax-payer funded surgery to reduce his excessive eating and hopefully save his life, before it was too late.
Eating 15,000 calories a day, or six times the recommended limit, eating was part of his life.
“I did it without thinking. Huge portions four, five times a day, with several courses. Kebabs, pizzas, and burgers were my favourites. People told me to diet and I tried – but I just loved food too much. It was the most important thing in my life.”Read More