Last night, I went to a multiplex cinema on the outskirts of Nottingham. As well as being an aesthetic representation of everything that was awful about the nineties, tickets cost eight pounds. Not a good start. Then I was exposed to no less than four separate ads telling us about how amazing going to the cinema is. All in the space of twenty minutes. Bloody hell.
Joe has been a trifle short of cash recently, so he thought he would put his God-given talents to good use. He's emailed Ed Miliband with a mutually beneficial opportunity.
Often, the internet is a wonderful and bizarre place. Then there are times when it gets downright creepy. Nude-house.com is a software company that only employs nudists. The manager, Chris, is currently on a recruitment drive and is looking for nudist coders strictly of the female variety.
There are a lot of good things that can be said about Youtube. Fan edits aren't one of them.
Two engineers from the UK have designed a fabric that solidifies into concrete when you add water. They intend for their invention to be used in humanitarian efforts, enabling solid concrete tents to be erected within two hours. Selfish humanitarians, keeping it to themselves. This fabric has so much potential for mean spirited hilarity. Here are a few of my ideas.
Angry Flat Cap now has its own Facebook Page. So if you're not a friend reading this out of pity and want regular Flat Cap updates, but you can't be bothered subscribing to the RSS feed, then this page might just be for you.
Joe's been having a spot of trouble and didn't know who to turn to. He eventually decided to email one of those shining bastions of altruism and public service-- his local Conservative MP.