What I got for Christmas PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 08 January 2006 15:43
With the first working week of 2006 safely out of the way (only another 51 to go), you'd be forgiven for thinking that Christmas is well and truly forgotten...you'd be wrong. To let you all experience a final moment of Christmas here is a list of all the brilliant presents that I got (in no particular order). What fun!
 
Feminine Hygiene Products - Tested PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 03 December 2005 11:12
My watching of a good TV programme the other day was rudely interupted by an advertisement for tampons. There they were with the old blue water 'proving' that their product was better than "the next leading brand". I suddenly wondered if this had been tested independently, thinking it hadn't I set to it, throwing my own homemade creations in to the mix.
 
How to Suck an Egg PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 21 November 2005 17:42
It's an often used phrase, 'Don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs' but what does it actually mean? In this age of squalid, damp, poorly regulated nursing homes your grandmother is more likely to be buggered senseless by her big, burly carer than spend much time passing on this ancient custom. With the wonderful tool that is the internet, anyone can teach anything to anyone, so I set out to revive the long forgotten art of sucking eggs.

 
How to Pull a Sickie and Keep Your Job PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 November 2005 13:31
This may get shoved up your bottom.Unless you're a professional footballer, international pop star, circus freak, glamour photographer, or dwarf pimp (which works both ways), the word 'Work' does not fill you with joy. So what happens if you wake up one morning and just don't want to go to work? There are tips that you can follow to ensure you get the maximum benefit from your unofficial day off, with the minimum of fuss.
 
Oxygen - What's it all about? PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 November 2005 12:51
Oxygen: you can't touch it, you can't see it, you can't taste it, but the Government insists we need it. If that's true, why don't they tax it? Is it all a big conspiracy to keep Tony Blair in power, soldiers in Iraq, and baked beans orange?

In this report I explore the pros and cons of oxygen, discovering along the way whether we actually need it or not, and if it really grows on trees.
 
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