They've got those at Star City (Birmingham) and they're very nice, although this so-called "Gold Class" seating costs rather more than the standard screens. Well worth it for the right film - you can even rest your alcoholic drink in the built-in cup holders!
This fella sits above a doorway in Newcastle. Can you make out his teeth?
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Edit to add a link - http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/the-vampire-rabbit-of-newcastle
Those electric recliners featured in Strange Deaths a while back when a man got his head stuck under the footrest when looking for the mobile phone he'd dropped, so be warned - they're a death trap.
Underneath our fridge door collects a heck of a lot of debris, out of sight. Could this have been building up for a while and then something unknown disturbed it? I must admit that in our house this wouldn't be stones but bits of old food.Now here's a thing: the other week I came down to brekkie as per and when I opened the fridge I noticed a scatter of what turned out to be small stones on the floor in front of the freezer. I did the sensible thing and checked the dog (well, you never know), the ceiling, the walls and so on...nothing to explain or suggest said stones. Mrs Coal similarly baffled.
Here they are:
Nice thought, but no, I didn't even grow any myself this year.Underneath our fridge door collects a heck of a lot of debris, out of sight. Could this have been building up for a while and then something unknown disturbed it? I must admit that in our house this wouldn't be stones but bits of old food.
Or have you been given some allotment vegetables recently?
My first thought was to look under the fridge and freezer, but nothing was forthcoming. My instinct was that it was a pile of debris disturbed/collected by one of the small furry folk that tend to slip into the house in the autumn, but I've found nothing to link this to that.I have known ants, weevils or woodlice throw up such grains when they burrow under a skirting-board. Under a fridge, however . . . ?
I see the council have sent a nob to lean against the pole to keep it upright.Some nob's killed the crossing sign in Morrisons car park in Cromer today
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.. and some other nob's set off the fire alarm with a microwave at the local infant school .. it's been a busy morning in Cromer .. aka normal
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The kids were obviously all evacuated anyway seeing as this is 2018 and everything .. I understand the parents are gutted and the teachers are thrilled.
They certainly have matey .. I was meant to be pulling an 'AAGGH THIS POLE'S JUST LANDED ON ME!' face but we didn't have time because that corner of the car park suddenly turned into The Truman Show.I see the council have sent a nob to lean against the pole to keep it upright.
This is in Hong Kong?We had a very interesting day yesterday, taking a hike that was much less like a walk in the park and more like actually climbing a mountain than expected. It was actually quite scary in parts but very beautiful, the main plants near the top being wild rhododendrons, camellias and pampas grass. There were butterflies everywhere and the views were terrific.View attachment 13243Hello!
The park at the foot of the mountain had some weird metal sculptures of animals for kids to play on, most memorably this snake:
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Before that, by the side of the road up, this kitten in a teacup, because why not, that's why:
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And before that, and least explicably of all, on a remote road way out in the jungle, this christmas tree business:
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And this morning, walking back from the dentist, I see this family just hanging out, eating garbage at a local housing estate.
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Hopefully the advert will end up online somewhere, ironically the real Cromer Christmas lights switch on is tomorrow at the same time the advert's being broadcast so I won't be able to watch the first broadcast. I watched a few scenes being filmed at the time and recorded those on my camcorder, I was supposed to be in it but I had to be an adult and go back to my real job instead.*sets alarm clock*