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Whether you’re a seasoned pro when it comes to the city, or a first timer, there’s a hidden London that many people are unlikely to ever see.
Why not go against the grain and buy them something a little more original this year?
SAD, short for ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder’ is a form of depression that’s thought to affect up to one in three of us.
The first – a piece showing three 1950s style spies listening in on a phone box- was sprayed in Cheltenham, Gloucester, close to Britain’s controversspy centre. It makes the kind of witty topical political statement that Banksy has become known for. But there’s also another hidden joke in this piece. One that perhaps only Banksy himself knows about… until now.
The ad is set to the soundtrack of ‘Gigantic’ by the Pixies and a series of scenarios at the beginning emphasises how the iPhone can be used by musicians.
This man with no arms plays guitar with his toes! He’s busking in San Diego with a rendition of Tom Petty’s Last Dance With Mary Jane.
There are some very awkward introductions, but they all seem to get quite into the kissing part
The brother-in-law to the future King will be selling personalised marshmallows after his own business lost £40,000 in two years.
The ignorant are calling him a ‘car salesman’ but Bob’s passion for American industry is seen in ‘Hollis Brown’ (1964) and ‘Union Sundown’ from Infidels (1983).
This is absolutely terrifying. 100mph winds ripped off the 100ft long roof and flung it across a car park where it landed and crushed two cars.
Richard Whitehead was hit with a £75 ticket after leaving his Toyota 4×4 in a disabled bay – even with his blue badge showing.
Apparently this is a Mexican guy on holiday in Thailand who starts busting a few, er, rather unorthadox dance moves to some reggae music blasting out in the street.
Greg Halford was brought off in the second half and sub Simon Cox turned the game with two vital goals.