An unknown man keeps sending photos of himself to an equally unknown recipient, using a non-existent email address from one of the domain names registered to me. I’m talking hundreds of photos at a time, and none of them are particularly interesting or unusual. The peculiar things about it are the sheer amount of photos and the fake email address the sender has chosen to use in order to send his photos.
It’s been a long while since I posted a random photo (longer than the time in between posts at the present rate) so here’s one for you. I managed to snap a fire engine on it’s way to an emergency recently and tweaked the image a little.
I’ve just returned from a road trip across Europe (to Poland and the Czech Republic) and it’s amazing how very different other European countries are to England. I thought I’d share some of my observations and photos with you all. Continue reading “Road Trip”
Whilst out cruising for hookers during daylight hours recently, I was waiting in a car park when a passing car caught my eye.
The car had a UK registration plate despite being left-hand drive, but it wasn’t this that drew my attention to it.
I took some photos of the car, which are below. Take a look at them and see if you can spot the deliberate mistake.
I saw this advert on Facebook. If I was under 18 years of age, I would be clicking on this to play the game, simply because it tells me that the game is too violent for me.
Some reverse psychology and deliberately targeted at children under 18, perhaps?
Whilst at Groombridge Place yesterday, I saw this very cheery-looking German man (I could tell he was German from the fact that he and his wife were speaking French to each other).
Obviously, this guy or his wife haven’t seen the films from a particular franchise, which could be a bit of a Nightmare.
I was going to point out his tragic wardrobe mishap, but I was worried that he may slash me, so I took a photo instead.
I like the new Fiat 500. It’s funky, modern and is fairly true in terms of styling to the original Fiat 500 from the 70’s. It comes in a range of different colours, too.
Sadly, the owner of this Fiat 500 chose brown as the colour when he bought his car. I can only assume that brown was the cheapest colour option available, as it’s the only possible explanation for driving around in something that looks like a turd.