I’m sure I passed a scene just like this on the night bus the other week. This is genius, on so many levels.
Too cute! Yes, I am sad, but look at their little faces!
Travel tip for Bruge, Ghent, Antwerp or Brussels: pop into a youth hostel or bar and pick up a copy of the Use It map and guide for ‘young people’. Great tips on where to eat, sleep and drink and how to ‘act like a local’. Or check it out online at http://www.use-it.be/.
Just as well we went to Bruges when we did:
Internet auction website eBay today withdrew an unusual second-hand sale item, the country of Belgium, which had attracted an offer of 10 million euros ($A16.68 million).
“Belgium, a kingdom in three parts” was posted on the Belgian eBay site as offering “plenty of choice” despite the caveat that it comes with “300 billion of National Debt”.
Offered in three parts – Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia – the accompanying blurb said the kingdom “can be bought as a whole (not recommended)”.
The vendor also included as added extras “the king and his court (costs not included)”.
From The Age.
“Oh bloody Howard! I’d like to take away his toot breaks and see how he feels in his jolly lower house”.
Via The Age.
WTF? This is the weirdest meringue recipe ever: “Once you are satisfied that you have a feminine and glossy-looking mixture”.
I suppose it is from a site called ‘cook yourself thin’, but still. What does a feminine mixture look like anyway?
Creepy old ads is exactly that, with scary zombie kids, prompt control of senile agitation, scary meat ads and the lovely ‘Mabel is unstable’.