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Friday, September 30th, 2011
TALK ABOUT STUFFING YOUR PANTS! (Lewis)
A Dutch traveler has attempted to try and smuggle hummingbirds in his pants. The man in question was attempting to smuggle more than a dozen of the tiny creatures through Rochambeau airport in Cayenne, French Guiana. He created crude pouches in the front of the inside of his trousers to contain the un-sedated hummingbirds. Furthermore, each bird was cruelly wrapped in cloth before being placed in its pouch, in order to prevent an escape attempt, which would no doubt prove painful for the wearer of the trousers.
KEEPY UPPIE THE GOOD WORK (Raymond)
As someone who, as most who knows me will agree, was more of a tryer rather than a player at football, real skill with a ball has always impressed me. So hitting it the back of the onion bag for me is Andrew Henderson who has just won the official World Freestyle Football Championships in Kuala Lumper, Malaysia. To make me feel even more in awe, he does it in a suit.
SEVEN LITTLE MEN HELP A GIRL (Scott)
Our Adrian is off on holiday this week – so this one is dedicated to him. As a cinema lover, Adrian can regularly be heard bemoaning the fact that the Hollywood studios are responsible for some of the worst crimes against movies. Indeed, he’s even posted a few Holyrood Fives about hamfisted movie remakes and a near criminal lack of creativity. So I suspect the big fella would love this spoof memo from a disgruntled Disney employee. Funny.
LATS AMAZING (Lewis)
Take a look at these amazing works of art that have been made on top of Lattes. These amazing designs range from spirals to one that looks like Winnie the Pooh. It’s unknown who created all these latte images but nonetheless they are still impressive.
MEAT ACCESSORIES TO GO GA-GA OVER (Laura)
I like a sausage as mush as the next person but there is no way I’d wear one as a necklace – but apparently there are women out there who would! Channeling Lady Gaga and her infamous meat outfit, this range of jewellery from Onch Movement offer a range of meat inspired accessories from sausage necklaces to bacon bracelets, the collection is ever so slightly barmy! Animal rights protesters can sit back down as although these porky pieces do look like real meat, they are in face made from 100% animal free materials.