Weekly Ten

Good afternoon! Seems my lockdowned Saturday mornings have too much lying in and reading in them and it takes me a while to get to post all my favourite social media stuff. Anyhoo, here it is, starting with the best tweet I’ve seen for ages.

And then we move to James Corden. It’s been a while since I’ve found anything worth posting from the comedians, but I quite enjoyed the evolution of Steve’s jingle.

I’ve discovered Crazy Werrie – “Welcome to da boosh”. Enjoy.

And then for more South Effriken-ness, there’s the Russian Video. Don’t worry, I missed it too, but GoodThingsGuy catches us up.

Cameron Walker writes about motivation in the NY Times. Trouble is I run out of free articles on around the second of the month. So I’ve developed a skill at finding them in alternative places. Here is “How to get things done when you don’t want to do anything”. From the NYT, but also, not.

“Rummaging in his kitchen drawer, Freeman found the perfect tool: a sharp pick of the sort used to shear ice from large blocks. He knew his close colleague, surgeon James Watts, wouldn’t sanction his new approach, so he closed the office door and did his “ice-pick lobotomies” — more formally, transorbital lobotomies — without Watts’ knowledge.”

This book looks terrifying!

Where would we be without some household hacks? I confess I’ve seen most of them, but there are a few – like the peanut butter one – that I hadn’t.

Bucket list stuff – how awesome is this photo, by Deon Wessels? I found it on a Kruger FB group. And hiding behind that is a gorgeous tulip pic, if you haven’t seen enough of them yet. I never do.

We re-watched Bohemian Rhapsody this week on Netflix – what a classic. So is this post. Such legends they all are and were.

Can’t believe it’s been 7 years since we lost Robin Williams.

We are playing out with a classic. One of my favourite songs, and I just love this version.

Well, that’s all for this week, guys. Hope you found something you hadn’t seen yet. Enjoy the rest of the weekend and have an awesome week.

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