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Friday Frivolities – People Try Books

Friday Frivolities – People Try Books

I have seen the future, and it is terrifying. Or at least I hope it’s the future, and not an upcoming documentary.

Admittedly, I have seen books being sold by the metre, to really set off that new living room or landing, so maybe I shouldn’t be so quick to assume this is just for fun.

Please tell me it’s just for fun…

 

 

Kind of love that Penguin Random House are putting such wonderful silliness out there.

What’s the oddest non-reading use for books you’ve come across?

 

Friday Frivolities – The Katering Show

Friday Frivolities – The Katering Show

I have no idea how I stumbled on this, but it is the cooking show we all need.

Much swearing, drinking, ridiculing of food shows, and political incorrectness ahead. Be warned – it’s very hard to watch just one episode.

 

 

You can check their website out here.

What oddly wonderful web shows have you come across? Share in the comments!

Friday Frivolities – A Capella Science

Friday Frivolities – A Capella Science

If you follow me on Facebook at all (and Twitter to a certain extent), you’ll have realised that I have a weakness for all things science. I don’t understand the half of it, and can never remember much of what I do understand, but I still love it. The fact that the universe is full of wonderful things, and that clever people dedicate their lives to discovering them and using small words to tell the science-illiterate like me about them, never fails to make me happy. And if said clever people seem to be having fun at the same time – well, all’s well with my world.

This, therefore, makes me terribly happy:

 

 

There’s a whole YouTube channel of these, and you can find more of Tim Blais’ work on Patreon..

What about you? What’s something that makes you happy from a distance?

 

 

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