If it’s news to me, it must be news to you!
Wagamama has launched a vegan version of the great British breakfast with beetroot sausages and bacon made from gluten. Cultural appropriation surely?
Bad to wurst
If that offended any veggies out there, look away now. A butcher in Nuremberg has opened the world’s first and only sausage-themed hotel.
Competitors at the 2020 Olympics will be presented with medals made from recycled mobile phones.
The bells of hell
Donald Tusk’s comment that there must be a special shelf in hell for those who promoted Brexit without any idea of how to carry it out safely, I enjoyed Guy Verhofstadt’s response below.
Stupid is as stupid does
Although the video shows a moonie cavalcade, I think we all know who the Pet Shop Boys are poking in their latest song Give Stupidity a Chance.
If the prospect of Valentine’s Day has you all gooey-eyed then perhaps you should try some romantic optical illusions like the one on the right.
Give peace a chance
When Yoko Ono asked for ‘some advice that will make our lives heal and shine’ she probably wasn’t expecting the flurry of sarcastic replies. My favourites were:
- Don’t take laxatives if you have a tickly cough.
- If you add a little bit of olive oil to chopped kale, it’s easier to scrape it straight into the bin.
- Don’t carry light-bulbs in your back pocket.
- Never buy an umbrella in a pound shop.
Archaeologists have discovered evidence of the earliest beer brewed in Britain alongside the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon.
Oscar-nominated actor Albert Finney who I was privileged to see in Noel Coward’s Present Laughter at the Royal Exchange Theatre in 1977 pictured right.