A look back on a load of stupidity

I’m not in the business of making excuses (I definitely am), but the fact we last updated this page in August 2014 probably needs explaining.  Would you accept that I lost the site down the back of the sofa? My dog ate it? Obviously I’m joking.  The truth is that I sold the site to a witch doctor to cure the pain after I stubbed my little toe.  Either way, here we are back again!

To signal our return to mildly annoying businesses around the world, I’ve put together a little look back on all the posts we’ve made before, as we had a pretty good run if I don’t say so myself.  Click the links to see the original posts!

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Innocent Drinks replied to our letter in the best way possible.

You may remember we recently wrote to Innocent Drinks – if you don’t, it’s going to be worth you clicking here and reading our letter! They had asked us for any juicy gossip, and we wrote to them with just that. We had high hopes for this one, as Innocent are just as known for their way with words as much as they are for their drinks. They did not let us down. Continue reading

Reasons why I love China

About 2 weeks ago I ordered a capo for my guitar from a shady-looking seller on the Amazon marketplace. Knowing what a capo is doesn’t really affect your understanding of this article, but if you are desperate to learn, you can check out the wikipedia article for an explanation. What is important to know is that I paid less than £2 for one from China and then proceeded to forget I had ordered it.

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10 things that can irritate an Englishman.

Your average Englishman may appear to have a high tolerance for irritation, but under that calm exterior and stiff upper-lip, rages an anger at the simplest of details. You are trained from a young age to not let anything get in the way of politeness, even in the face of extreme rudeness, despite how great it would make you feel. Read on for 10 things which have the capacity to ruin the day of an Englishman. You have been warned.

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