Putting dye in your own hair, at home, can be mildly perilous at times. Things can go wrong, you can burn your scalp, or the colour comes out all weird… however, there’s one young lady who has taken the crown when it comes to hair dyeing mishaps!
She decided to use an Asda plastic bag in her dyeing process, and well, she ended up with Asda branded hair. Much to the amusement of her brother who gleefully shared it online.
Mercifully, everyone involved saw the funny side of it, and there must have been a moment where she thought “if only I’d used a poncier bag, I might have been able to pull this off?”
The brother in question, Craig Richardson, shared Rebecca’s pain with the tactful update of “F***ing pissing made my day this [crying laugh emojis] fs my sister dyeing her hair problems”
Good work everyone.
If you’re an adult, and you’re tired of everyone being actual grown-ups and talking about grown-up things while you want to vanish into a fantasy land of princesses, talking tea-pots and everyone having American accents, you’ll be thrilled to learn that you can meet and cop-off with people on a new Disney themes dating site.
It is called ‘Mouse Mingle‘, which has been set-up by a former Disneyland railroad engineer Dave Tavres.
“Niche dating sites are more common these days,” said Tavres to Los Angeles Magazine. “There’s a dating site for pot lovers and JDate for Jewish people.”
So, a Disney dating site was designed, so people can test prospective dates on their knowledge of the Lion King songs, or demand glass slippers from potential suitors. You almost know that there’s going to be some very unusual sexual activity that arises from this, don’t you? Just think of all the Beauty & The Beast home-videos that could be made from this.
Anyway, once you sign up, you can tick boxes about your favourite Disney songs, share about how much money you spend on Disney ephemera, and ultimately, show off how big a Disney nerd you are. You can also state that you’re looking for love, or just someone to go to Disneyland with you.
Like Disney, this’ll cost you. While you can check people’s profiles for nothing, it’ll cost you $12.55 (that’s around £8.30) a year if you want to be able to message anyone.
Feel free to make your own ‘Mickey Mouse outfit’ jokes, here.
We do love a little shop with a dodgy name, especially ones that sound too much like a massive chain. And so, to South London, where we find a shop called Tesos Express.
Now, this shop used to be called Union Convenient, but they thought they’d have a rebrand and potentially get Tesco’s lawyers knocking on their door.
Talking to the Evening Standard, someone at Tesos Express said: “It has been like this now for more than one year, so I think we will be okay.”
Now it is on the internet, the shop’s basically been grassed up and Tesco may well want to ‘protect their brand’. Big brands have a lot of protection of their own names, and they will include those who try and ‘pass themselves off’.
Anyway, we’re off down to Azda and then Sainsberries for some bits… does anyone need anything?
Do you really like Pringles? Is the fact that they’re the most uniform crisp in the world that makes you love them so much? If the thing you like about Pringles is the smell, then you are in for a treat this Christmas.
2015 is the year where you can get Pringles scented candles. No. Honestly.
These candles are available in three types - Pigs in Blankets, Cheesy Cheese and Texas BBQ – which means you can fill your home with the smell of sausage, off milk, and whatever the maroon stuff is that they put in barbecue sauce.
However, you can’t just go and buy these in a shop – you have to win them through the Metro free paper. A Pringles spokesperson said: “The candles are particularly pungent, so we might need to scale back on the odour before unleashing them on a mass scale next year.”
So, if you want to win one of these, go and see the Metro article here, leave a comment on the article telling them why you want them to win and, obviously, they’ll pick a winner.
In ‘absolute twaddle’ news now, and some Texans decided to do an exorcism in a Starbucks. Obviously, the news that Starbucks’ red winter cups weren’t Christian enough for some lunatics, was missed by these lads, who decided to remove the devil out of someone while using Starbucks’ WiFi and having a skinny latte.
The exorcists went to an outlet in Austin, and obviously, some people decided to film it on their mobiles. As you should. Always capture nonsense like this and share it with the world.
Here’s the video.
Now, to us, it looks like someone who has had too much ale, or has been throwing space cakes down their neck, and have all the throat gunk of someone who thought a bit of caffeine might pick them up.
However, as the video shows, three men holding down someone while saying “by the blood of Jesus Christ” and saying stuff about someone or something having ‘no business being in there’, this does sound a lot like some people trying to remove a demon.
Unless, of course, the other lads have been on the mushrooms as well.
Here’s you, using your stupid digits to press a series of things on a phone or whatever. You could just thud your fist in the general direction, and basically get someone to throw the pizza into your mouth for you. Sort of.
The Limited Edition Easy Order is a literal button, which syncs with your mobile over Bluetooth and places an order for your favourite pizza with your local Domino’s outlet. Once pressed, it glows red and you’ll know that a pizza is coming your lazy way.
If you want one, Domino’s are holding a competition to some ‘superfans’, with the details being released in December. Of course, the grease vendors will offer a virtual version of the button on their app and website, if you want in… but that seems a little pointless.
Here is what the button looks like. You can almost see it gathering dust in a drawer somewhere, after being used twice, can’t you?
All the shops and food-retailers get in the Christmas spirit with some special products. You’re not experiencing the yule period properly unless you’ve burned your insides with a Greggs ‘Festive Bake’.
Well, Tesco are getting in on the action with something that is… well… mystifying. That’s not to say we won’t try it. You can get, in the Meal Deal, a cherry and chocolate sandwich.
Are chocolate and cherry sandwiches a proper Christmas thing that completely passed Bitterwallet by?
Either way, you can get the sarnie, which is billed as a chocolate and cherry marscapone on cinnamon bread affair. Sounds like pudding, rather than a main.
It’ll cost you £1.80, and it’ll sit alongside the usual turkey, pork and apple and whatnot sandwiches, as usual. Go on. Buy one and review it for us.
[image c/o of Nic Soapdish]
There’s no pain quite like the one you feel when you stand on a Lego brick. It doesn’t just hurt your foot – it hurts your very soul. So with that, Lego have teamed up with a company called Brand Station, to create a pair of slippers that will eliminate the excruciating agony of standing on a stray piece of Lego.
And here they are.
Under foot, these slippers have a special protective layer, so that you could basically walk through a forest of Lego bricks, and you won’t feel any pain.
There is some bad news on this front – Brand Station have only made 1,500 pairs of these special slippers, and they’re being given away at random to people who fill out a Christmas wish list on the Lego France website.
They need to roll these out across the world – they might just save us all from foot trauma this Christmas.
Fancy yourself as a hard man do you? Wish there was a way of organising fights without having to spend all that money down the pub? Well, you might be in luck.
Someone has come up with an app called Rumblr, which you use like Tinder, however you swipe for scraps and a bit of pagga.
If you’ve had a hard week at work, and have a load of pent-up frustration you want to get out of your system, you could get the app, and be getting the living crap knocked out of you behind a car park. You could be happily getting kicked in the throat by a complete stranger, smiling to yourself knowing that this fight you’re in, is consensual.
Naturally, there’s a lot of people who are very unhappy about this, because they think fighting it idiotic and are now wondering ‘what has the world come to eh?’
On the app, you and other people who desperately want to touch each other will be able to check out each other’s stats like weight, stature and whether or not you’ve got any combat experience. Or, if you’re into that sort of thing, you can use the app to watch other people go at it, and not join in with the fights.
You can get Rumblr here, from today
A Tesco in Wales has created what they think is Britain’s first ever job dedicated to untangling Christmas lights. How very zany.
It is a temporary role, for 4 weeks, and will need that special someone to “relieve some of the stresses often associated with the Yuletide season, specifically, tangled tree lights”. The supermarket will hire someone who can “conquer one of the most frustrating jobs of Christmas” and become “the UK’s first ever dedicated Christmas Tree Lights Untangler.”
“The position will require a friendly helpful demeanour, oodles of patience and of course, the innate knack to be able to untangle even the most scrambled of wires. The successful applicant will work full time in the lead up to Christmas, showing that “Every Little Helps”, lending their nimble fingers to customers while they shop.”
If you actually want this job, then you must be ‘genuinely passionate about Christmas’ and have the ability to untangle three metres of Christmas tree lights in less than three minutes.
And you’ll get paid the same as someone who works for Tesco as a customer service employee. If you want to apply for this gig, then click these differently coloured words.
If you order a McDonald’s chicken wrap, you probably don’t expect to find a whole, dead frog in it do you? If you do expect that, then you’re a special kind of cynical.
Ten-year-old Cordellia Buckley stopped at a Maccies with her dad, Dave. She bit into her wrap and it tasted disgusting. No. Not for the usual reasons, but because of the frog.
Want to see it?
Isn’t that delightful?
Dave reckons it must have been put there as a Halloween prank by staff, but obviously, Cordellia isn’t too amused by the whole thing. Gives a new meaning to having a frog in your throat, eh?
He said: “Everyone was just disgusted. It was the most horrible thing. She is fine with frogs, but you don’t want one in your mouth. It’s a health and safety risk. She could have caught salmonella. She doesn’t want to eat at McDonald’s ever again. I won’t go to McDonald’s again.”
You want a closer look at it, don’t you?
McDonald’s are suspicious about the whole thing though.
A spokesperson for McDonald’s said: “The customer did not raise this with anyone in our restaurant. Food hygiene and safety is of utmost importance and we take matters like this very seriously. Our wraps are freshly prepared when ordered and it is extremely unlikely this originated from our restaurant and there is no evidence to suggest otherwise at this stage.”
“We have asked the customer to return the item to us, so that we can investigate further.”
We all know that Nando’s is a load of pish, and that anyone who refers to it as ‘cheeky’ should be skinned in the street… but that doesn’t stop people from going their in their droves. One lady, called Katherine Engler, nipped in at the London Brent Park branch, and got herself a chicken wrap with extra cheese.
When it arrived, she felt the need to post a picture of her meal on the internet. Nowt unusual there, as everyone does that these days. Thing is with Katherine’s meal, is that she wasn’t showing it off because it looked amazing.
Her Facebook status read: “Nando’s Brent Park – Not quite what I had in mind when answering yes, after the server asked me if I wanted to add a slice of cheese to my Chicken Wrap….!”
While this is a slightly embarrassing oversight by the kitchen at this particular Nando’s, it isn’t nearly as troubling as someone who orders chips and has zero wet with them.
If that plate of food was a concert, you’d boo.
It probably says something about Bitterwallet that we think this all seems very dirty, and that we’ve got mucky minds… but at a Co-op, a shoplifter got his face sat on by a member of staff.
Those who went to the store in Stroud over the weekend, may well have been greeted with the sight of a man sitting on a teenagers’ face. Enough to put you off your microwave meal.
Thankfully, someone was on-hand to get a photo.
The 15-year-old was trying to nick some booze, but sadly for him and his pals who were probably waiting around the corner, he got caught. Then someone sat on his face.
Witnesses Manford Ruaz said: “I walked in and saw what had happened. It was really weird. I walked through the doors and there was this big bloke sat on this kid.”
“It was a big bloke sat on this kid with his butt on his face. I have definitely never seen anything like it before. It was a shock.”
A police spokesperson said: “Police were called at 8.20pm on Saturday October 17 to incident in a supermarket in Slad Road, Stroud.”
“A 15-year-old youth had twice entered the supermarket that evening picking up some wine and beer. He then left the store without making any attempt to pay for the items on both occasions. On the third occasion the youth entered store, he again attempted to walk out with some alcohol but was apprehended by a store employee.”
Obviously, the kid has been banned from the shop and ordered to pay for the goods. The thing that will really haunt him is the smell of some bloke’s crack right on his chin. The long arse of the law, in action right there. Lovely job.
See, there’s actually a roadworthy version for adults, complete with famous yellow roof, chunky wheels and… well, you know what it looks like, as you can actually see the photograph on the right.
So what’s the story? Well, mechanic John Bitmead and his brother Geoff from Attitude Autos decided to make the car back in 2013. However, they’ve decided to sell it, and you can bid for it on eBay. And no, it isn’t cheap.
If you don’t care about the rest of this article and want to put a bid in on the car, click here.
John says on the eBay listing: “We have covered over 5,000 miles in the past two years driving around shows and charity events in the UK and, apart from it not being the fastest car on the planet has been the most incredible fun with people queuing up to take photos along dual carriageways and highways on every trip.”
Here’s the car in action.
Banter is one of the worst words in the English lexicon, so prepare yourself for the appearance of it in this article, about a man who got a tattoo about the 5p plastic bag tax.
Aden Brown decided to get famous on the internet (it worked, but clearly won’t last) by getting his auntie to do a tattoo on his hip about the new plastic bag laws. The tattoo is of a stick man pushing a loaded trolley, along with the words: “5p bags! F*ck that. £1 trolley.”
Have a look!
And now, here comes that awful ‘banter’ word.
He posted the photo saying: “Just to top this banter off the money I saved from not using the bags I got this. Thanks Tesco every little helps.”
You see, Aden stole a trolley from a Tesco, which he says he’s now returned. He added: “It was a joke between me and five of my mates. I said to the lady who served me, ‘I ain’t paying for bloody bags.’ I said, ‘I’m pinching a trolley’, knowing nothing would be done. I thought it would be really funny.”
“With the tattoo, I wanted to push the banter to the next level. I went to see my auntie, who owns a tattoo parlour, and she said: ‘Why don’t you get it tattooed? Why don’t you push it a little bit more?”
“I’ve got religious tattoos and other important stuff, and I’ve even got a willy tattooed on my bum in memory of a friend who had his member shut in a door. I love my life. I’m always doing random things. People are too serious, but it’s all just a bit of banter. It is all I live for.”
No-one actually speaks like that, so we smell a troll. Still, he got on our pages and countless other clickbait articles, so fair game.