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Monthly Archives: December 2010
The Bayswater women’s shoulder bag from Mulberry is a 750gbp item. The iPad is an Apple tablet computer costing 430gbp. At Psyft we don’t know that much about computers and we know even less about women’s shoulder bags, but we … Continue reading
Taken from a recently published edition of Private Eye.
This film is set to become a fantastic example of the science fiction sub-genre steampunk. 1884 is set in a Victorian steam-powered sci-fi world. Taking place in 1884 but meant to have been written in 1848, the film follows sepecial … Continue reading
Using what is called a dibber (a wooden stick) a person rubs around the rim of the bowl in a steady and constant motion to start the bowl singing. It will produce a note that increases in volume with every … Continue reading
Made in the UK in 2010 this mockumentary follows a young aspirational theatre director called Adrian Fairhurst. The film was runner up in the best comedy category at this year’s UK student film festival.
The tenth most popular overall trend on Twitter this year is Pulpo Paul, the recently deceased octopus who predicted many of this year’s football world cup scores. Click the list on the right to see various top Twitter trend lists … Continue reading
Be very very careful next time you’re interviewing a foreign wrestler through a translator! If the translator doesn’t do their job properly you could end up in a world of pain… Don’t watch this if you’re the slightest bit faint-hearted.