Sink your ice cubes into Gin and Titonic!
Keep your flat mate’s grubby mitts off your food with the fridge locker!
Photo’s from 17th March MCM Birmingham Comic Con
The Bar10der is the perfect all-in-one bar-tending tool!
Tired of your eggs rolling around your plate? Here is the solution- The Egg-Q-Ber
The play “Knock Yourself Out” failed to knock our socks off. It was like watching a really fun party you couldn’t be a part of.
What happens when successful actors and musicians try to swap trades and tackle something new? They can range from genuinely good to downright odd.
Bikes are back. Ever since Sir Bradders was crowned King of cycling it’s actually considered pretty cool to don on a helmet.
Lee Scratch Perry. He is a driving innovator of reggae and dub, a producer of Bob Marley and the Wailers and has worked with The Clash, Beastie Boys and Mad Professor. At the age of 76, he is still going strong with over 80 albums under his belt.
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Tagged Beastie Boys, Bob Marley, Clash, dub, Lee Scratch Perry, Mad Professor, music, reggae, Wailers
Jolene Van Vugt of MTV sports action show Nitro Circus talks punk rock, broken bones and Batman.
Comedian and actor Tom Rosenthal discusses his new role on ITV2 sitcom Plebs, the size of Danny Dyer’s penis, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Bulgaria.
With St. Patrick’s Day approaching, Aisling Bea gives us “non-Irish” a quick guide to “Irish Christmas”
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Tagged comedy, craic, ireland, irish, Pierce Brosnan, potato, potatoes, St. Patrick's Day, stereotypes, tea, top of the mornin'