The Christmas fruits have appeared on the Brisbane Produce Market trading floor, with the 4,000 people who do business at the Rocklea site working hard in the lead up to the festive season. Brisbane Markets will be closed for trading on: Saturday, 24 December: Christmas Eve Sunday, 25 December:
Lots of bodily features get attention. There are songs exulting eyes, lips, butts, legs, breasts, hair – but never a nose. It’s about time someone gave noses their due credit, don’t you think? So, without further ado, here are some really extreme schnozzes. This list is courtesy of Sasha Rosser.
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Every time the Christmas season rolls around and I hear bells, I get a little nostalgic. I belonged to a handbell choir when I was in high school, and I always looked forward to playing Christmas songs during our holiday concerts. It’s been many years since I’ve made music with bells, but now
1. Let’s get a few things out of the way. We all know the plot of Home Alone II. We all know that it’s the best Christmas movie ever made. We all know that it’s super fucked up to forget your child, THE FRUIT OF YOUR LOINS, on vacation for the SECOND TIME in one year. We all know this. View
Instead of creating a traditional Christmas ad for its 2016 holiday season, H&M decided to enlist the help of director Wes Anderson and London agency adam&eveDDB to create a delightful short film starring Adrien Brody. The ad takes place on a train during the holidays, but due to bad weather the
Consumers are getting better at squeezing every last penny in value out of the gift cards they receive as holiday presents, new research shows. And a pretty penny that is, indeed. The savings from reduced spillage, the amount of value left on a gift card that a consumer never spends, is still