Citations, sites, quotas and stuff that seem to be non-neglecteble. A more non-conform way to spy on the trends and the world.
Finibus Bonorum et Malorum is a work from Cicero. Chunks of this is a part of the Lorem ipsum - the dummytexts that is used in almost every sketch that creatives in advertising use.


Twiggy: Fat folk have no excuse

This is London: "Sixties supermodel Twiggy has hit out at fat people - after replacing a size-16 woman as the new face and body of Marks and Spencer."

Ring my ass, darling

The Register: "Petronela Brandus, 24, has become the latest 'body cavity phone blagger' to have her collar felt after police stopped the suspected thief as she got off a bus in Iasi. Passengers had apparently seen the 24-year-old lift the device, but cops could find no trace of it.[...]In the time-honoured fashion, they then rang the number and heard the tell-tale sound of internal phone action. In this case, however, Brandus had not gone for the relatively-simple vaginal option, but rather the less convenient back passage route."


Too sexy for the job Caterina Bonci, 38, got sacked from her work as a teacher in religion. The official explanation is that she had a divorce. But the fact is that she had it back in 2000 and scratching on the official explanation's surface she was sacked because of her looks. She was too good-looking.

Bonci said she separated from her husband in 1995 and divorced in 2000 and that both events had not affected her job or raised eyebrows from her employers at the time.

She said reports that fathers accompanied their children to religion classes so they could look at her meant little to her as long as the children came to class.

"When a woman is considered too sexy and attractive in a small town it becomes a big thing," she said.


Pet dryer

Aving: This is pretty strange. A big machine to dry wet pets.


R-trainwanker caught Remember the wanker? He is in custody. Daniel Hoyt, 43 years old will flash his "badge" inside the slammer.

The punkrockers Holy Grail

Fortean Times: A punk rock legend and an ex-music journalist from Brentford – not your average Grail hunters, one might think. Nevertheless, Rat Scabies – former drummer for The Damned – and his neighbour Christopher Dawes travelled far from their native West London in search of buried treasure and secret wisdom.

Scabies father was a Grail-hunter for years so it's not because of Brown's book. Or it is.


Fun with the mp3

Prylfeber: What so funny?