I’m very careful about the boxes I tick when I’m signing up to a new service or for a new product. I’m usually so careful, I even notice the boxes that need to be ticked so that I don’t receive promotional material or sales gumph from carefully selected third parties. continue reading
Usually, as soon as The Apprentice has finished on BBC1, I write a short summary of the week’s task, what happened and who was fired. This week I simply couldn’t be bothered because no matter how hard I tried to be interested in what was happening, I just couldn’t fake a passable interest. continue reading
I was slightly disappointed that Visa hadn’t quite grasped what I was asking them in relation to Vanquis and their dubious marketing methods; this was indicated in Visa’s response by a lack of any relevance whatsoever. Visa have now replied to another email which I sent. continue reading
People discover Ninja Hedgehog in various ways.
Most have the URL saved as a bookmark whilst others click on links that I put on Twitter or Facebook. Others, it appear, stumble across Ninja Hedgehog after it turns up in the search results provided by different search engines against various keywords and search strings. continue reading
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.
The car comes from the right
The car passes the entrance to the car park I’m waiting in and stops
The car accelerates and continues to a blind junction with a busy dual carriageway
A few days ago, I wrote about how Vanquis were using dubious advertising tactics on the junk mail that they send through our doors.
I sent an email to Visa, whose logo appeared on the envelope (which was more prominent than Vanquis‘ own logo), asking if they were aware that their logo was being used alongside some false/misleading information which was also on the envelope. continue reading
Jumble would like to be a regular contributor to Ninja Hedgehog, so has written and submitted an article for our viewing pleasure.
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I hate admitting defeat, but I think it’s time to admit that my Follow the Money campaign may be a total flop.
Somewhere in Kent, there’s two £5 notes and one £10 note with my details scrawled on them, in the hope that someone will spot the messages and contact me, to let me know that they’re in possession of my ex-money.
I don’t know whether my messages simply haven’t been spotted, whether they have been spotted but deliberately ignored or whether I’ve been unfortunate enough for all three notes to have been sent straight for incineration after I’d spent them.
I’m going to remain positive and hope that someone bothers to follow my scribbled instructions at some point. You never know, it may happen.
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
As I start to type this, those of you with nothing better to do will be switching over to BBC2 to tune into Horizon: The Secret Life of the Cat. Apparently, there’s such a thing as a cat scientist and extraordinarily, the UK has leading cat scientists. The cat scientists intend to reveal the secret life of cats by tracking a select few for 24 hours in Shamley Green, Surrey. continue reading