Menswear Dog Is Dripping With Badassery

Menswear Dog Is Dripping With Badassery

Menswear Dog is very quietly becoming a thing. This dog is sauve as f%&* and a real hit with the ladies. If you've become tired of seeing male humans in perfectly coordinated and well tailored outfits, then you're in for a real treat. See below...I have hijacked the popular Tumblr blog with my own captions.…

Tinder Tales As Told By Puppets

Tinder Tales As Told By Puppets

Tinder is that ruthless app that allows users to swipe left on their device to move to the next potential lover. How simple and yet malevolent! Although around 50 million people are using it worldwide so that's telling. This is a collection of true dating experiences on Tinder, demonstrated by some amazing puppets. Tales from…

Samuel Beckett and Cats Talk About The Pointlessness of Existence

Push It To The Limit: Failure Is Not An Option!

Each evening between 6 and 7 pm, I hear the same battle-cry echoing out of the gym next door to my apartment building. It's the crazed militant scream of a male gym instructor to his charges. Every day this man lets loose a bitter tirade of abuse on people who come to the gym. People…

Philosophical Friday: The Pleasure of Being a Homebody

Philosophical Friday: The Pleasure of Being a Homebody

This poster is absolutely priceless, I found it on Reddit.  While there's much to be said for going on an epic journey into the unknown, or gearing up for a massive weekend festival, we are often champing at the bit when we see a line-up for a festival. Yet the reality is, we end up…

A Beautiful Proposed Flag for Planet Earth (and also New Zealand's new flag)

A Beautiful Proposed Flag for Planet Earth (and also New Zealand’s new flag)

While New Zealand looks to the general public for suggestions for our country's new flag, the entire world got a taster for a proposed Entire Earth Flag at the same time. Twitter was all aflurry (a word? it is now) with people's helpful and dodgy suggestions. So before I show you an aesthetically-pleasing design for…

The Strangely Hypnotic World of Norwegian Slow TV

The Hypnotic, Droll and Funny World of Norwegian Slow TV

Thomas Hellum of production company NRK in Norway has created new form of documentary that pushes the boundaries of what is and what isn't entertainment. This means filming quirky drawn out events such as real-time, live journeys in ferries and trains; along with knitting and wood-chopping events. Sounds about as interesting as watching paint dry, right?…

Motivating Giraffe: The World's Tallest and Most Uplifting Mammal

Motivating Giraffe: The World’s Tallest and Most Uplifting Mammal

Recently my blog was liked my a curiously named blogger called Motivating Giraffe. I don't know why I never discovered this treasure trove of inspiration earlier. I am glad she found me anyway. Here are some of her endearingly beautiful illustrations and inspirational messages. She has just won an instant fan! I hope you will…

What the Linguistic Trails on Yelp.com Tell Us About Ourselves

When Stanford University researchers analysed metadata about food reviews on Yelp (900,000 reviews for 6,548 restaurants), this revealed a panoply of fancy-schmancy and flowery language and colourful comparisons. This is hardly surprising, but that was only the beginning. Cheap, unhealthy, fast-food was likened to crack cocaine, whereas people's vocabulary noticeably improved when they tucked in at…

John Lewis Christmas Ads Are The Marmite of Advertising

John Lewis Christmas Ads are the Marmite of Advertising

Every year, British department store John Lewis releases a Christmas ad that puts all other schmaltzy Christmas ads to shame. Although these ads are like the Marmite of advertising. One portion of the audience will fall deeply in love with them and the other half 'won't be having any of that Christmas crap, thank you…

Six Words To Use In Business Meetings That You've Never Heard Before

Six Words To Use In Business Meetings That You’ve Never Heard Before

These words are brilliantly archaic and devilishly cheeky. They should be employed in those workday moments when you want to have a good laugh. Or if you simply want to shoot the breeze and have a more interesting water-cooler conversation. Pedeconferencing Pedeconferencing is the sensation of holding a meeting while on the move, with coffee in hand…

Free Storytelling Tool Demonstrates Game of Thrones Map

Geo-located map apps are fun to make and fun for the audience to engage with. These storytelling tools have huge potential when the story is map-based. StoryMap can implement multimedia, text and interactivity along with location relevance. StoryMapJS is the brainchild of Northerwestern Univeristy Knight Lab and is a digital storyteller's dream. To demonstrate it's…

Five Wacky Content Writing and Ideation Tools That You Should Know About

You're rapidly running out of ideas for your blog and/or clients. Here are a couple of kooky fabulous ways to inject some juice back into your writing. Although bearing in mind that you may end up writing about strange and quirky factoids like I do! There's an art to thinking up new ideas for your…

Six Ways To Sweat Your Content Marketing Assets

How do you make sure that your investment in copy pays dividends in the coming years, without further time and money spent? The answer lays in how you approach the content and whether or not it's flexible enough to do gymnastics for you. Ask yourself is it malleable, flexible and reusable? Here are some ways…

Samuel Beckett and Cats Talk About The Pointlessness of Existence

Samuel Beckett and Cats Talk About The Pointlessness of Existence

Universally emo playwright Samuel Beckett writer of the classic play Waiting for Godot, is pitch perfect for some sad feline company. I don't know why nobody thought of this before? Here are some deadly serious Samuel Beckett quotes along with self-conscious, awkward and pissed off cats. Genius! See more at Beckittns Here's another tear-jerker, a collection…

Release the Snails!

Bill Bailey Demands Release Of Land Snails in Polynesia

In a fascinating Guardian interactive entitled Seven Digital Sins, Comedian Bill Bailey muses on how the abundance of campaigns on social media causes us all to go into meltdown. As a consequence, we never become deeply involved in social causes and ideas that we are passionate about, beyond the paltry click-click of our keyboards. His…

Eight supremely psychadelic spam comments

Eight Supremely Psychadelic Spam Comments

Spam is a fantastical journey into LSD-laced euphoria and strangely misshapen English. Sometimes the end result is hillarious. Here are some glittering gems that deserved a second life before they are relegated into the black hole of my 'empty spam box' button. I can almost sense them melting and screeching 'Oh what a world' as…

Fumblerules: Funny Approaches to Grammar

Fumblerules: Funny Approaches to Grammar

Have a fumble around this funny list of dodgy sentence structure and grammar. Created in 1979 by New York Times columnist William Safire, he published them in his column 'On Language'. Remember to never split an infinitive. A preposition is something never to end a sentence with. The passive voice should never be used. Avoid…

Surprise is the mother of humour. How To Ferret Out Funny Things In Your Content Writing http://wp.me/p41CQf-6h

How To Ferret Out Funny Things In Your Content Writing

Funny Things are furry, bouncy little concepts that occasionally jump into your peripheral vision and then go jumping away again. They have shrill and gleeful little voices and mumble incoherent things like toddlers drunk on milk. If you're too gung-ho with writing, you may miss the sylvan cadences of Funny Things sweeping past. You may…