..... After what seems like a summer filled with house guests, hospital visits and computer issues I'm pleased to announce that Media Monday is back. TT
Drivers were left in a bit of a pickle (pun intended) after an overturned lorry spilt thousands of pickled onions (and not just any old pickled onions either, these were silver-skinned pickled onions) over a carriageway in North Yorkshire. FULL ARTICLE
It's no yolk. These hi-visibility bibs for chickens may not solve the riddle of why the chicken crossed the road but might mean that the bird is easier to spot doing so. PICTURE AND FULL ARTICLE *
Containing Zorflex which is used in chemical warfare suits a Loughborough based company has produced the Shreddie pants - perfect if you’re the type of person who would kick someone out of bed for breaking wind. FULL ARTICLE
And talking of breaking wind .....
6,400 tins of beans with sausages were stolen after thieves cut a large hole in the side of an articulated lorry as the driver lay sleeping in the cab. FULL ARTICLE
Scientists claim a mysterious humming noise which is said to pulsate through the house keeping the residents of Hythe in Hampshire awake at night could be down to fish making love. FULL ARTICLE
It might not sound the most exciting of cocktails but a new martini is to be created using moisture extracted from the walls of the Cabinet War Rooms, the bunker-like complex buried 10 feet below Whitehall which sheltered Churchill during the blitz. FULL ARTICLE *
Must read article .....
Anyone tempted to enlist the services of a tattoo artist is being urged by a professional translation service to 'think before they ink' in order to avoid mistakes like this woman who using an internet translation tool to render 'I love David' into Hebrew later found out that she has inadvertently had the phrase 'Babylon is the world's leading dictionary and translation software' inked on her back. FULL ARTICLE AND MORE BLOOPERS *