Check out this very strange (but very large) collection of abnormally shaped vegetables, fruits and stuff. It’s called the mutatocollection. Funky!
I used to maintain a collection of malformed M&Ms, but I threw them away after a while because they started to go bad, crumbly and powdery and stuff. I had quite a few..
I read this news article about a guy who calls himself a Guerilla Gardener and I thought it sounded like something a few of you might like the idea of :) Actually, I even like the idea of the really simple seed dropping attacks. That’s even easy enough for me.
An army of self-styled guerrilla gardeners is growing across the world, fighting to transform urban wastelands into horticultural havens.
They work under the cover of night, armed with seed bombs, chemical weapons and pitchforks. Their tactics are anarchistic, their attitude is revolutionary, their aim is to beautify.
Through an otherwise unrelated series of links, I came across this page with a very long list of euphemisms for condoms. There are a lot of pretty silly names there but some of them are quite amusing. I think my absolute favourite is cumbrella, it’s just such a simple change that makes perfect sense :) I also liked embryno and third leg trouser and I like the rhyming of zucchini beanie and the quite simple wank tank.
I can’t remember now where I came across this, but it’s an interesting blog being put together by some TV writers. Each day they have an essay by a different writer talking about why they do what they do.
Why We Write is a series of essays by prominent – and not so prominent – TV and Film writers… and by people like you: writers and those who hope someday to call themselves writers. Conceived by Charlie Craig and Thania St. John, the campaign hopes to inspire and inform all writers.
They say they hope to continue at least as long as the strike continues. While the essays are very interesting, I have to admit that I hope they don’t get to post many more – I miss my TV.
OMG, I completely want but will probably never have one of these: DNA Portraits. Using a sample of your DNA from a cheek swab, they do all that fancy stuff to read the code and make your DNA into a unique piece of art that nobody else has.
Now that is a cool example of how science and art do not have to be opposites :)