As we all know, there was a terrorist attack at Manchester Arena last night at the end of an Ariana Grande concert.
At approximately 22:30, a suicide bomber detonated a nail bomb, injuring dozens and at the time of writing this, killing twenty-two innocent people; some of whom were just children. Islamic State have taken responsibility for this attack. I was going to refer to this as a cowardly attack, but when isn’t detonating a bomb as part of a calculated attack against hundreds or thousands of people not cowardly?
This popped up on Facebook which is dangerous as after a glass or three of wine, I’m prone to buy things on Amazon or eBay which I don’t really need, but which I know I probably want. My judgement is never at it’s best in these scenarios. Imagine my excitement when I saw this futuristic-looking device. continue reading
I know I’m going to be criticised for this article, but if you post something publicly on social media, you accept that others will see it and will potentially criticise you or what you’ve posted. I understand and accept this myself. Facebook has an abundance of bizarre and moronic posts which can keep you entertained for hours. continue reading
Yesterday, I thought the screen on my iPad had gone wonky as when I checked Facebook, it looked like the black guy from the Skittles advert had emptied his bollocks all over the place. Turns out it was just everyone trying to pretend they give a shit about gay marriage by copying someone else who had changed their profile picture to resemble sections of the TV test card. continue reading
I shouldn’t laugh (I did), but this is fucking hilarious…
(From Idiot UK Drivers Exposed)
My mother has always been interested in the workings of Facebook, I’m sure she’s an in-the-closet stalker, she’d fit perfectly as she is tiny. She grew up in Ireland way back in the day when the land and animals were tended by hard working, cracked human hands and has always had a fear of technology until recently. continue reading
This morning I woke up as normal and trundled down the stairs in my underpants wondering what the day would bring. I had woken up late and had decided to go to the boot fair as it would be pointless turning up after all the vultures had already had a chance to buy all the best junk. continue reading
People on Facebook have an annoying tendency to “like” or “share” stuff simply because at least one other person has said that everyone should do so. The problem is, most of the time it’s nothing more than useless, outdated and irrelevant spam. continue reading
Usually, I ignore most of my Facebook timeline because of the shit that comes through on it. Jane likes a website or Alex likes the sound of his own voice… boring. But I did see one interesting, amusing thing today. continue reading