Spotted on Beta, this is fantastic:
What do Christian Bale and Kermit the Frog have in common? Both feature in this epic post that caused one commenter to state, “I’m happy people have too much time on their hands, otherwise the internets would not be lulz filled.”
Check out the photos: ohnotheydidn’t: Kermit Bale.
Just before I went on holiday (more on that soon) I went out to lunch with a friend in St Andrews.
We went to The Rule bar/restaurant on South Street.
I ordered sausages and mash.
When they arrived it looked like they were sponsored by Atari!
According to MyHeritage.com these are my look-a-likes:
- David Beckham (68%)
- Alexander Lukashenko (60%)
- Michael Schumacher (59%)
- Ben Affleck (58%)
- Lars Ulrich (55%)
It could have been a lot worse.
Is it just me or does this person in the photo above look spookily like former England footballer Glenn Hoddle?
When I was little and Scotland had a football team that got into World Cups for some reason (probably because my dad was English) I had a pair of England football strip pyjamas. Glenn Hoddle was my favourite English footballer. Him and Gary Winston Lineker.
If you rearrange the letters in the name ‘Glenn Hoddle’ into alphabetical order you get:
Which, as far as I know, isn’t a real word. But it is an anagram of “Lend Gold Hen”. And ‘Gary Lineker’ is an anagram of “Rely Ear King”.
I think there is a lesson for everyone.
Whenever I look at the tub of SudocremÂ® in the bedroom (which is great for preventing cycling-related sore skin conditions on my bottom) I think of Sudoku (which I frequently find is a pain in the bottom!).
I just thought I’d share that with you.