Weekly Donald Trump Princess Links

It’s that time of the week to take some time out, get the mouse ready to click, and basically look at useless websites to make us happy. Here’s some links I found.

When advertising fridges takes a new level.

Hinglish, a mix of English words with Hindi accents you need in your life.

I love finding blogs with talented artists, particularly those with a story for each piece and some serious talent. Doodlewash is one of these, browse away!

The things we did as kids. One woman’s apology to her parents.

Amazing Paper Craft, seriously inspiring. And I can barely make a paper plane.

Awesome superhero strips! I love these.

Foreign words that can’t be translated into English in a single word – some illustrations.

Not sure where to browse? Try The Useless Web, one click and it takes you to a useless page. Pretty self-explanatory.

Donald Trump as Disney Princesses. Because why not?

Super cute cards for people you don’t like. I’ve been looking for these.

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Harlequin Oddities Found About Town: Frozen Zombie Food

It’s silly I know. But I still giggled. I’ve NEVER heard of a “family favourite” by a company called Mr Brains (I bet he got a lot of jokes and nicknames at school), and the fact that the actual food is a meaty one only makes it more giggly.

Introducing meaty delights, or ‘Mr Brains’s Pork Faggots’, zombies no longer have to tire themselves out by chasing down their food, no more clumsy and bloody mess on their rags and it’s all been nicely cut up in manageable portions. AND it’s frozen. What’s not to love?
There’s a whole range of potential products here, and it doesn’t have to be restricted to zombies. You could have Bloody Slush Puppies for vampires, werewolf treats and Sherbert Potions for wizards. Okay I’m getting ahead of myself here, but watch this space, there could be something for Lord Alan Sugar’s latest venture yet!

Plus it gives a whole new perspective on the Asian phrase to ‘eat someones brains out’ (i.e. do their head in), which sounds a lot more zombie-fied in English than it does in Urdu/Punjabi!