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It speaks volumes about the legacy of Thatcherism that Brits are more unanimously mourning another country's leader than we did our own.
The BBC interrupt Mrs Brown's Boys to break the news of Mandela's death. Ending the suffering of millions even after his death. Legend.
Inspiring RT @davidwearing Occupy activists use $400k outlay to relieve $15m of Americans' personal debt http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/12/occupy-wall-street-activists-15m-personal-debt …
I reckon that Dimbleby tattoo is a gang thing. It can be a real problem with people from his sort of background and peer group.
A man invents an amazing machine that can calculate almost anything, and saves the world from a brutal dictator. He is chemically castrated.
Grant Shapps criticises BBC over trust and transparency. The same Grant Shapps who sold get-rich-quick schemes under the name Michael Green?
If you can't handle me when I'm drunk and moonwalking naked on the night bus, you don't deserve me when I'm mumbling apologies the next day.
I'd like to congratulate British Gas on waiting a week to follow SSE in announcing price hikes. Getting better at not looking like a cartel.
Readers of Murdoch newspapers get a bad press.
Sometimes you can tell that you’re getting pity Favourites.
It's Man Booker Prize day! Or, as we like to call it, tactfully enquiring if there are any parties we can go to tonight day!
Gary Barlow phones Alice Munro. 'Ally,' he says, a little too informally. 'You've got four yeses.' 'Get off the line, Barlow!' Munro shouts.
Grumpy scottish git adrift in that London. Aims for profundity, manages abuse occasionally.