Double-decker bus turned into home.
Property developer Daniel Bond (28) spent four months and £11,000 turning a neglected bus into a luxury two-bedroomed home complete with tv lounge, bar, bathroom, toilet and kitchen. More
Now that's what I call using your loaf*.....
This is the world's first knife with a heated blade, designed to solve the age old problem of spreading cold butter.
A button on the handle heats the knife to 41.8 degrees Celsius — which has been proven to be the optimum butter-spreading temperature. More
Hannah Matthews, 21, panics when faced with the fastenings and runs away if they are near her. More
13 months, 5,000 miles, 42 cathedrals.
English heritage worker Lawrence Edmonds (26) has visited 42 of England's Anglican cathedrals - and licked every one in order to win a pub bet. More
Two Sunderland residents spotted Jesus as they picked up a Chinese takeaway.
Formed by peeling paint and dirt on the shop’s door, the pair snapped the likeness and showed it to their friends who agree that it certainly looks as if the Messiah has taken up residence. More
Taking part in events such as Russian Egg Roulette, Egg Trebuchet and the World Target Throwing with Accuracy Challenge competing teams raised money for a host of charities. More
And talking of eggs ......
Over 100 Coldstream guards have broken the world record for the most people dipping toasted soldiers into eggs. More
On Thursday (28th June) Newcastle was hit by a torrential storm which caused devastation within the city and beyond with major roads left unpassable, buses and the metro cancelled (it took Husband dearest almost 3 hours to get home, a metro journey that normally takes 8 minutes), houses an shops flooded.More
Saying pIe do with an unusual cake.
Fruit cake, sponge cake, cheesecake and profiteroles have all been piled into towers to create wedding cakes.
But when Tom and Bryony Disbury married earlier this month, they approached Lincolnshire pork pie makers Adams and Harlow to conjure up the perfect pork pie wedding cake instead.
The result was a five-tiered 'cake' of pork, chicken and pies, each hand-crimped around the edges and decorated with ribbons and flowers. More
* One of the sayings used by my nana, it's actually cockney slang: using your loaf, loaf = bread so literally using your head, in other words thinking.