Ashleigh and Pudsey
Britain’s Got Untalent came to a climax last week with dancing dog trick act
Ashleigh and Pudsey scooping a £500,000 prize and the threat, sorry promise to
perform in front of the Queen. Simon Cowell said the pair were one of his ‘favourite
ever acts’. Which buy cialis leaves One Direction where.? Oh, we know: Stateside making him money.
We’re thrilled to hear that their share prices have jumped from $38 to $42 in the
first few minutes of trading. We like to feel we’ve done our bit as we were able to
put some extra hours in on Farmville this week.
Yes, still loving.
Are nearly upon us and the Olympic flame has travelled from Athens to London on
board a flight. Excuse us, but how did it get through security? We hope they made it
take its shoes off.
And what’s more in its current economic climate, we thought Greece may well not be
able to afford to send its flame on a holiday.
A Russian man
No, we weren’t enjoying this gentleman literally but we very much liked the story of how he jumped down a rubbish chute, hurtled down three floors only to be extracted by
emergency services in his apartment block and wind up in hospital all in a bid to
escape his girlfriend. The ultimate d’oh is that it’s way harder to escape her when
she turns up in hospital with grapes – oh, sorry, it’s Russia – turns up with a
Again, not literally. But we enjoyed the results of a two-day conference about
‘donkey, mule and hinny cultures worldwide’ – we don’t even know what a hinny is but
if only we’d been there.
Ben Hart of the Donkey Sanctuary suggested that ‘evolutionary histories of donkeys
and mules’ had led to misunderstood behaviour and a bad rep because we’ve been
comparing them to horses since day one. Oh noooooooooo. That’s where we’ve been
going wrong with Farmville.