Sunday, 28 February 2010

Thursday, 25 February 2010

"Cat Montage Tile"

Apparently from the gift shop of The British Museum, this catfest is clearly designed to be used as a coaster, but it's still tempting to buy a load and decorate your bedroom with it and settle down to experience the kinds of nightmares that must have plagued Louis Wain.

Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Twelve Entire Inches of Pavarotti...

1. Fuel My Fire
2. Wichita Lineman
3. Welcome to the Jungle
4. I Don't Know How to Love Him
5. Take on Me
6. Disco 2000
7. No Woman No Cry
8. This is Hip
9. Village Green Preservation Society
10. Mill Hill Self-Hate Club
11. Pass the Dutchie
12. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Tuesday, 23 February 2010

@Glinner themed Black Books special

If my day goes badly I'll try to swallow it with some Chunky Soup.

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Bog Roll Terror

Investigation of this terrifying sod revealed it to be a toilet roll holder, with roll included. Considering the physical reaction induced by those black eyes of nothingness, the toilet is probably the best place for it.

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Especially for You...

Today, in honour of the birthday of actor LeVar Burton, here's a poptastic Kylie mug. One sip from which will turn you irrevocably gay. For 50p.

Monday, 15 February 2010

"Cats Sleep Around"

Oh, you dog-loving nutters.

Friday, 12 February 2010

Anger Baby Judges You...

...and finds you wanting. Mostly wanting to look away from such a pitiful sight.

Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Irving Wallace Special #2: The Prize

This one's about the Nobel Prize which, I don't know about you, always fills my mind with images like the one on the cover*.

Eagle-eyed readers may now be expecting #3: The Plot, but we don't have that. So bad luck.

*which presumably depicts the winner of that year's No Bra Prize.

Irving Wallace Special #1: The Man

In the largely forgotten genre of "not tremendously exciting political thrillers with largely unrelated and mildly sexy covers" comes this tale of the first black US President.

Incidentally, this was adapted into a movie in 1972 starring James Earl Jones and as such was the subject of THIS amazing review by Vincent Canby (edit: sadly long since put behind a paywall) which I recommend reading even if you have no plan to ever see the film, it's just a great bit of writing.

Tuesday, 9 February 2010

And God Said, Let There Be...

...a really ugly chandelier, and there was a really ugly chandelier, and it was really heavy and made me hurt my back and shoulders. Also, no sod's ever going to buy it.

Monday, 8 February 2010

There Ain't No Shirt...

...like an S Club fan's bootleg shirt.

Sunday, 7 February 2010

Be Beautiful

How can you ever bear to live knowing that this book exists and you do not own it? We can never be beautiful without it.