Now a major BBC drama.
"Paul who? Oh, he must mean the home furnishings store...". Google is an idiot:
Sometimes the Sunday Times borders on parody:
Every few weeks I receive an email intended for someone else with my name:
Both teams have opted for the special 'chaffinch' formation:
Just opening a few emails with my special letter knife:
@BBCNewsnight Broadcasting House is now a sad ghost. Very mysterious:
Not sure I like the idea of emus patrolling the streets:
I went to Lidl. It was okay but I felt it needed a mascot so I created one:
MOVIE NEWS: Hollywood to release every film in 'tallscreen' to appeal to YouTube users:
I'm glad there are no adverts on the BBC, but I'd still like to see something like this:
A story of love and Tesco:
Front page of the Guardian website. KABOOM!
Following the success of Modern Canadian, I'm launching a new magazine:
The seeds of the Coren/Mitchell wedding were right there in Victoria's Favourites:
I've mocked up a cover for Modern Canadian. This could be issue 7:
Another handy bird to reduce the stress of Twitter (for group replies):
Sometimes I find Twitter stressful, so I've created this to help:
TWITTER: I call on you to complete my important toast task. Here are the instructions, thank you:
Inspirational words from Donald Trump:
Typed Correspondence of Consideration: Michael Keaton writes to a young fan in 1989:
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