Tip-top! We’ve summarized the results of the competition published on September 21! It was not a winner! 👐 👉 Question: ⠀
Puzzle picture: look at this girlfriend 👉 Answer:
At first it seems that the legs are buttered, but if you look closely, the oil seems to “disappear” and it becomes clear that they are just a few strips of white paint. 🎨
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Steamed XO club sandwich / suckling pig, ricotta, quail egg and chili mayonnaise [£15]⠀
Bite-sized magic, some might not like the generous amount of mayonnaise in this considering the size of the sandwich but I thought it was perfect⠀
Look how damn cute they are??⠀
📍Street XO / 15 Old Burlington St, Mayfair, London, W1S 2JR, UK
Full Moon Madness.
Urban legend suggests the full moon brings out the worst in both people and situations. If you talk to emergency room (ER) personnel, firefighters, paramedics and police officers, they very likely will share a story or two about the "lunacy" that occurs on nights when there is a full moon.
The word lunacy and a related term "lunatic," which was coined in the mid-16th century to refer to a temporary insanity in humans attributable to changes in the moon, have their origin in the Latin root "luna," which means moon.
According to BBC News, police in Brighton employed extra officers during full moons after research in 2007 suggested an increase in violent incidents when the moon was full. The late Andy Parr, a Brighton inspector, said, "From my experience, over 19 years of being a police officer, undoubtedly on full moons, we do seem to get people with … stranger behavior [who are] more fractious [and] argumentative. And I think that's something that's been borne out by police officers up and down the country for years."
Congratulations @hilaryalexanderobe on your fabulous new book Leopard: Fashion’s Most Powerful Print 🐆🐆🐆
‘From the catwalk to covers, Dior to Versace, rock stars to First Ladies, explore the enduring appeal to fashion’s most powerful print in this celebration of all things leopard related.’
London was lovely of a little tiring on my feet 😂 we had a brilliant day brainstorming with @camerados_org and then I explored a little (got lost many times) walking back to the train station was something like a Dickens novel and look at this beautiful perfumery called Penhaligons which is my posh nickname when I’m feeling fancy 😉
❗️WIN❗️ Who fancies winning 2 tickets to see the quality ‘Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’ this Friday at the buzzing Electric Ballroom, Camden, London?! All you need to do is like our page + comment on this post & we’ll pick a winner at random by midday Thursday! Simples... 🤟
[AD] Good evening! Happiness is a desk full of yellow and a collection of @acquadiparma_official . I have absolutely adored the ACQUA DI PARMA Colonia scent for as long as I can remember.
I can still remember buying my first bottle 10 years ago in Harvey Nichols London. It’s bursting with 🍋 🍊 bergamot and more. Transports me to sunny a Mediterranean climes. I feel like a Hollywood starlet or jet setter when I wear it ( ha ha wishful thinking on my part right?) The packaging is iconic in a vibrant happy yellow, but for a limited period you could get one illustrated by the talented @clymdraws . Part of my Christmas gift list no 2.
Let me give you a cool tip too. The scent is unisex, so you could buy it for the hubby or man in your life and you get to use it too 😂🙌🏻👌🏻[Gifted]
The architectural dynamics of London city has changed incredibly in the past decade. It is fascinating to see the blend of the older palaces and structures with contemporary glass high rises.
The Shard, a 306 meters tall attraction was opened in 2013 and has dominated London's skyline ever since.
" CHIMPING " #annieliebovitz @annie__leibovitz checking her photograph ( three images - Photographic Techniques, Part 2 of a series). This technique in digital photography is known as chimping. The term 'chimping' was first written about by Robert Deutsch, a USA Today staff photographer, in September 1999 when writing a story for the SportsShooter email newsletter. He did not invent the term but heard it passed down by word of mouth.
The term derives from the habit of the photographer looking at the picture in the LCD, and going "Ooh, ooh, ooh!" imitating the sound of a chimpanzee.
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