Friday, July 22, 2005

Garroting: a Guide













How nice

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Dogs In Togs




















My dog's got better fashion sense than yours

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I'm Gonna Flip Out, Like a Ninja - Joel Veitch Latest

Yeah, dancing ninja cats.

Superb, as usual.

Found via the wonderful if naughty B3ta site

So You Want to Write a Book?









A Guide for New Authors - everything you need to know

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Condom Adverts






Some amusing adverts

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Homebrewing Beer







Mmmm..

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Everyone Poops













..which is rubbish, cos everyone knows the queen doesn't.

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Mail Order Chickens






Found via this amazing site (navigate by clicking the white boxes at the bottom)

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High Power Lasers










Hmm

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Almost Everything You Could Wish To Know About Clay Tobacco Pipes











You can still find a lot of these if you do a bit of digging.

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School Pranks






A comprehensive Wikipedia explanation- clicky pic.

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"Abusing Harmful Intoxicants"













Well, he couldn't say "wasnae me," (in a suitable stateside accent) could he?

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Origami House










Amazing

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Thursday, July 21, 2005

Japanese Metro Image

This might be faked, I'm not sure but it's a classic.

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The Company Therapist















"When the employees of a San Francisco high tech company need psychiatric help, they turn to The Company Therapist. These are their stories."

Brilliant, just brilliant. Fiction, but very clever as well as collaborative.

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Jehova's Witnesses versus Hare Krisnas









"The two guys in suits were Jehovah's Witnesses who had chosen to drop in at the Hare Krishna restaurant to try and talk some sense into the Krishnas"

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Ooz Project









A place where animals interact with humans by choice rather than because they're caged.

Superb - how it should be.

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My Favourite Word













What's your favourite word?

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Why Not Retrodecorate From 1968?













Groovy, baby!

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Alice Cooper and Salvador Dali













Mutual fans

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Tamale Tutorial











Sounds lovely - all you need to know about tamales

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Red Gold - The Epic Story Of Blood








Interesting

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Socks Blog













Just socks

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Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Scottish Vernacular Dictionary

Just in case I lapse into language you don't understand, this may help, though I doubt it. For those that don't know, this has a definite west coast bias i.e. favours Weegie bastards.

Example:

"Sheltr belter: Lassie who partakes of sex at bus stops"

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"People Ask Why And I Say, 'Why Not?' "








The ultimate Furry - *shudder*

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This Has Never Happened To Me
























...yet

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Tea Picture Cards













Superb collection of the picture cards you used to get in tea when once we were civilised. This is a big resource covering many subjects from British Birds to Creatures Of Legend. I love it!

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Graduation Cap Hack










Feckin' students and their silly japes. Like it!!

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Taxidermy Hobby Kits













Poor Kitty passed on? Stuff it!!

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Taking The Piss







Strange

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DIrtY MIRT (Do It Yourself Mobile Infra Red Transmitter)













Like the lights in your favour? Try this (uber geeky and undoubtedly illegal, I'm afraid) guide to making your own Infra Red Transmitter.

And you didn't see it here, right?

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Build Your Own Paper Rocket


















Another project I don't have time for - pretty neat, though.

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The “Vinegar Boy” Saga






The customer is always right? Wrong - this is crazy but sadly typical.

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World Sand Sculpture Festival Brighton 2005









Amazing art and great photos

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Flickr Badge Maker










As you can see, it's more an ID card type of thing but still pretty cool. You can use any image to make a badge.

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Blancier Custom Watches






Choose all the seperate components for your custom built watch at this flash site.

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How To Pack Hippos







You never know when this will come in handy.

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Burke and Hare - Grave Robbers







The story of the grave robbers

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Nose Picker Nostril Hair Trimmer













Nice one

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Tuesday, July 19, 2005

How To Make The Olympics More Interesting













Those wonderful people at Worth1000 do their Photoshop goodness - brilliant.

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Paintball - With Tanks










Now that seems like fun.

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The Dangers of Sleep









Wanna score some zzzz's?

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The Hunt for 928.








A fantastic tale about the tracking down of a crashed secret plane.

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Woodies, apparently













What they mean is cars with wooden bits, not....eh, trouser sports. Click on pic for British shooting brakes. Huge resource. Main site here.

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Eyelash Creatures









AAARGGHH! These things live in eyelashes. Off for a quick trim.

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Fireflies For Your Patio










"“Fireflies” is a low voltage simulation of true Fireflies; you know those tiny “Lightning Bugs” that meander in a random fashion in the night sky. “Fireflies” are truly captivating, these unique lights are so lifelike, that you’ll swear that real tiny, elusive fireflies are dancing magically in the night."

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Pinball Machine Art











Lovely stuff

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Monday, July 18, 2005

Cleaning and Stain Removal

How to get rid of thousands of, em, stains.

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Spanish Civil War Posters














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How Do Cycling Teams Work?








I've never understood this until now.

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Life on the Streets













An ex pat American photographer and his relationship with some street kids in Phnom Penh - a great read.

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How To Make Moonshine Whiskey










Fascinating stuff *thinks about alternative use for shed*

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Early Eighteenth Century Newspaper Reports

Polo Mints







and Lifesavers

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Sunday, July 17, 2005

Online Generators

Everything from cat names to superheroes

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How to Fail An Exam

Hah, more work needed, methinks

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Cloaca Machine - All The Shit You Want











A machine that mimics human digestion and produces shit. As if there's not enough in the world.

The testimonials are hilarious eg "With Cloaca Cyber Poo, I increased my self-awareness in a profound way."

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