Watch the short vid below created by Patrick Boivi and entitled 'AT-AT Day Afternoon' and tell me you don’t want one of these cute little fellas too…
Monday, 28 June 2010
Saturday, 12 June 2010
What’s with all the dull and dreary, beige sounding (and looking) female pop stars this year?
Leona Lewis seems to be a lovely girl – don’t get me wrong about that – but I’m not sure whether she is knocking out identical ballads or producing one long dreary and treacle-thick track. Alexandra Burke also seems nice but she is already faded into obscurity and I doubt that her few mediocre singles will keep her afloat.
Even the stalwarts of the female songstress scene – such as Madonna and Britney - seem to be producing ‘straight to video’ stuff these days.
Katy Perry is trying her hardest to inject a little sexy into her music and bless her heart for trying. Ke$ha is also flying the flag for sexy-cool, although she tends to come across as bratty rather than sexy. Less of the ditzy and more of the smoulder, girls…
Friday, 11 June 2010
Bret Birnbaum and David Zablocki, two wine lovers and childhood friends from Queens, New York were brainstorming menu ideas for a new restaurant when they came up with a concept for a new type of sorbet; fine wine sorbets. Their sophisticated desserts, Wine Cellar Sorbets, are available in six flavours: Cabernet Sauvignon, Champagne, Pino Noir, Rose, Sangria Rojo and Riesling. They contain 5% alcohol, so don’t get giving them to little Timmy on a hot Sunday afternoon in the garden (get him out of his skull on the E-numbers in the top branded ice-cream instead…). Unfortunately Wine Cellar Sorbets are only available in the US at the moment, so the rest of the world will have to sit in the shade and drool over the idea until they break out of US shores.