The Poke, one of the UK’s funniest satirical websites, asked Twitter for Brexit themed children’s books to help with the task of explaining Britain’s slow motion suicide to kids. Needless to say, the internet delivered in fine style.
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Think the 1950s were all sock hops and suburban housewives? Think again! Scroll down to see a few of the coolest black and white photos from the 1950s.
As the idiocy of Brexit grows ever clearer by the day, it seems that the expectations of Leavers grow ever more diminished. Inspired by a fantastically fun tweet by David Schneider, we’ve detailed how reality is making their Brexit utopia bleaker and bleaker. Let’s hope, for everyone’s sake, sanity prevails before level 6.
No one has a bigger opinion of Donald Trump than Donald Trump. The Internet is on a mission to change that. How? Using the magic of Photoshop, of course.
Back in 1975, Britons had their first chance to ditch membership in a European Economic Union in favour of an isolationist policy in an already international world. Sane heads prevailed in this first-ever national referendum and 67% of the votes were for remaining in the Economic Zone. Staying in the EEC was no obvious choice for […]
The X Factor 2016 has had tons of memorable moment. Who could forget Honey G’s gold tracksuit? Or when Louis Walsh decided to dazzle the world with his Irish jig? But are these the best? The answer, in our opinion, is a resounding no. No, the absolute highlight of the series has been seeing the […]
Finnish kitchens come in all shapes and sizes, but if you look hard enough you’ll doubtless find a few common things in each. Don’t believe us? Scroll down to see 9 things we guarantee you’ll find in every Finnish kitchen.
You only have to wander around Helsinki on a summer’s day to see why it’s regularly listed as one of the world’s most livable cities. But it hasn’t always been that way. When King Gustavus Vasa of Sweden founded it in 1550 it was so unpopular he had to order the burghers of Rauma, Ulvila, […]
Living in the 21st century, it’s easy to forget that until relatively recently populations in cold-weather areas were practically stranded by snowy winters. That all changed with the invention of engine-powered snowmobiles. While we’re all familiar with the modern version it turns out the snowmobile has a long and colourful history, spanning more than a […]
Thanks to its geography, its people, its language and its culture, Finland can claim to be one of Europe’s most weirdly wonderful countries. To give a taster of its uniqueness, here are 14 fantastic Finnish facts which help showcase some of the traits that make this Nordic country so very special.
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