1. Ask 92-year-old great-granddads for their ID. Yes, he doesn’t look 92, but under 18 – really?! (Metro article here)
Tesco refuses to sell alcohol to 92-year-old because he didn’t have ID.
2. Mistaking a walking aid for a bike.
Tesco bars boy with walking aid
Tesco Offer Fail
Tesco Spelling Fail
Tesco Marketing Fail
Tesco offers Psycho Ward costume (Source: sotontab.co.uk)
The only thing they do right…
Tesco Mobile Twitter Conversation
See the full conversation here.
It’s a shame that this is a hoax!
We have proven that spiders can be cute – now it’s on the snails to convince us!
Hiya! Nice to meet you!!
African Snail (Source: gallery.photo.net)
“Mummy, can we ..” “Sure darling” “..and…and” “Yes, my love”
One day I’ll be a delivery snail and no one stops me from it!
Cute Travel Snail (Source: s1.favim.com)
“Mum, I don’t like water” “Come one, it’s not even tentacle-deep!”
Snail Family (Source: cdnimg.visualizeus.com)
“Gimme a ride, dude!” “This is slavery!”
Turtle-surfing Snail (Source: flaminguniverse.files.wordpress.com)
OMG what is this? I shouldn’t have stepped into it waaaa
Cute Snail (Source: farm3.staticflickr.com)
Huh? What’s happening? I need to see this…
Nosy Snail (Source: farm2.staticflickr.com)
“Humans are so much work…you need to walk them every day!”
Let’s go on a snail walk! (Source: wikimedia.org)
Gimme a snail hug!
Pfff I don’t even get mentioned. No – I’m not always grumpy! Bah.
Adventure Time (Source: images6.fanpop.com)
Recipe for Summer
Summer (Source: riffraf.net)
– Bright vocals
– Wonderful synth pop
- Gently mix bright vocals with great synth pop in a bowl
- Stir till the texture is even
- Drizzle with a spoonful of rhythm
- Bake for 2 minutes 35 seconds and receive a wonderful track!
Same Old Questions will make you feel that warm sea breeze on your skin and it tastes like a summer cocktail!
Psst. Their next gig is on the 21st of November at the Notting Hill Arts Club in London.
All eyes are on Russia: the fight for LGBT rights is going on in Eastern Europe, but we shouldn’t forget what’s going on in one of the more tolerant countries in the middle of Europe: Switzerland.
Recent discussions in the Swiss Federal Council suggested a change of laws that would heavily affect LGBT rights of Swiss citizens.
The law proposal was made to protect “families” and heterosexual couples from high taxes. The CVP (Christian Democratic People’s Party), who initiated the change, approached all Swiss citizens to show their support.
Swiss Media have been fairly quiet about the whole issue, but LGBT communities and organisations are raging.
Switzerland has always been seen as an advanced, tolerant country – decriminalising homosexuality in 1942, although only legalising homosexual partnerships in 2005. In case the Swiss population chooses to support the suggested law, Switzerland would put itself in the same position as Lithuania, Latvia and Poland. Considering previous situations of the country, this would mean a huge step back.
A press release mutually published by the Green Party, Swiss Party, GLP, SVP and FDP suggested that the discriminating law should not be included in the Swiss constitution.
We will keep you updated on the issue. Meanwhile – make some noise!
You can read the German article here: Schweiz Plant Verbot der Homo-Ehe