It was only a matter of time before the monstrosity known as the iPhone 6 Plus started causing problems. Today, word is getting out that the 5.5-inch phone may be vulnerable to bending of some sort. The phones are bending, and they’re not supposed to bend. They bend because people are putting them in their pockets, then sitting down, which is a reasonable thing to … Continue reading The iPhone 6 Bend Test
We hope he bought Insurance.. Continue reading First person to buy an iPhone 6 in Perth drops it immediately
A party goer who told his girlfriend he had been kidnapped and held to ransom for £50 so he could stay out partying was found at a house in Bolton after a police manhunt. The woman called her 32-year-old boyfriend who was told by the person who answered that a £50 ransom had to be paid for him to return home. An extensive police investigation … Continue reading Man Fakes Kidnapping So He Can Keep Partying
There were dramatic scenes on Grafton Street in Dublin City Centre today as a local thief took the extremely unwise decision to try and whip Spiderman’s money from under his nose. A titanic battle ensued. Continue reading Don’t Mess With The Amazing Spiderman!!
In light of the events within the last few weeks, namely the abdication of the Spanish king and the recent bout of tours the British queen has taken, I find myself asking “in 2014 why are there still monarchies?” I will concede that during various points in human history (the majority of those, being darker times) that monarchies did serve a functioning purpose. However during … Continue reading Modern Monarchies: What is their purpose?