The Fab Five

by Holyrood PR

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

FATTIES TO FITTIES (ADRIAN)

Many of our best loved celebrities have been shedding the pounds and getting thinner, according to this MSN run through of the most inspirational weight loss stars. From former chubby funsters Ricky Gervais and Stephen Fry to reality host Davina McCall, see how our best-known celebs have been working to fight the flab and keep themselves in trim.

http://style.uk.msn.com/health/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=156438762

HOUND LOYALTY (LINSAY)

Whoever doubted a dog’s intelligence should read this story and it’s sure to bring a tear to everyone’s eye. Unfortunately the extent of this disaster appears greater every day.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/8386123/Loyal-Japanese-dog-leads-rescuers-to-mate.html

CHEESY FILLING (LINSAY)

A man decided to walk around wearing a sandwich board as a declaration of his love for his girlfriend who dumped him after he cheated. Doubts as to whether it was done for attention or genuinely seeking forgiveness.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/8384836/Man-who-cheated-on-girlfriend-humiliates-himself-with-sandwich-board-to-prove-regret.html

HMMM…BACON (ANDREA)

A kid in Ohio has created ‘manly’ candles for all those guys out there who want to fill their apartments with the smell of bacon, sawdust or even pizza. See, the thing is, candles are normally used to make you relaxed and set an ambiance – not make you hungry or think that your man has been using his living room as a workshop.

http://www.jsyk.com/2011/03/16/ohio-teen-creates-manly-candles-in-pizza-and-bacon-scents/

SECRET SOCIAL MEDIA SPYWARE (SCOTT)

Blogposts, tweets, retweets, and chatroom posts amongst other online social media outlets could be manipulated by the US Military. The plan is to let service men or women create up to 10 fake personas each to ‘influence internet conversations and spread pro American propaganda’. What does this mean for the future? Could other governments and companies follow suit?

http://m.guardian.co.uk/technology/2011/mar/17/us-spy-operation-social-networks?cat=technology&type=article

 

 

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