We've all been there - It's post-breakup and everything you see and do reminds you of your ex.
Well, Simon Feilder (@simonfeilder) - like the trooper he is - has not let his recent bad news affect his work. Take a look at the video below to see a true example of how to leave your baggage at home*.
It's finally the best time of of day - bedtime! But sometimes it's quite hard to fall asleep. So on top of all the other stuff we've taught you, we're going to teach you that too. When will the learning end?! WE DON'T KNOW.
VALENTINE'S IS COMING! Unfortunately, Valentine's day isn't as straightforward as marching up to someone and telling them to love you. Luckily, we have the inside knowledge to make sure your squeeze is won over and will agree to love you forever.
It's that time of year again. The vol-au-vents are out and Jackie's misjudged the level of acceptable cleavage. It can only be the office Christmas party. And we're going to tell you how to get through it.
It's video time again and Jay MADE ME do a Tinder. I think it's going to be rubbish but for anyone intrigued by the idea of me (Katie) on Tinder, get yourself to North London and start swiping. This is a short term offer, I am too good to be on Tinder for long.
Halloween is every Christian's nightmare, which makes it a Satanist's dream. We just like the colour orange.
Watch us (Jay and I) carve beautiful Jack-o-lanterns so that you can copy and make your own. Not at the same time though, do be careful with knives. And flames. And also, pumpkins are pretty heavy if you drop them on a toe.
Hello, everybody. This is mine and Jay's channel about how to do stuff. It's basically your guide to everything you want to know to be a fully functioning person in this world we call, earth. YOU'RE WELCOME. Also, tell your friends - they could probably benefit from this advice too. By sharing, you're not being overbearing, but thoughtful.
Hello, everybody. This is Katie and Jay's channel about how to do stuff. It's basically your guide to everything you want to know to be a fully functioning person in this world we call, earth. YOU'RE WELCOME. Also, tell your friends - they could probably benefit from this advice too. By sharing, you're not being overbearing, but thoughtful.
For most of the last decade, every snotty, cardigan-wearing lump with a more than three Blu-Rays (note to editor: please update this reference if a new form of physical media is created between now and when/if the article is posted) from the Criterion Collection has cried foul over the increased abundance of super hero films, their sequels, and films that aren’t quite super hero films or their sequels but feel as if they could use at least one iron man.
This video captures the amazing moment when Robert (Bobby) Kennedy went out into the streets of Indianapolis's African-American ghetto to inform the community that the civil rights movement leader Martin Luther King had been assassinated by a white man. Apart from being a gifted orator, Bobby’s message was a beautiful one which went to the heart of what MLK stood for.
During it's heyday, the cartoon was unlike anything that came before it. Each screen, face and background individually crafted in incredible detail. This new animation style paved the way for adult favourite like Beavis and Butthead and South Park, with the glaringly obvious influence still evident in children's favourite, Spongebob Squarepants.
It’s hard to admit - without accepting that we are inherently selfish - that we often put ourselves at the centre of our own universe. Being rooted there means that the daily mundane, frustrating crap that we’re all faced with can feel like it’s more of a personal attack than it actually is. It’s the reason we get annoyed in slow moving traffic, or in a queue at the supermarket. We react as though the situation (or specifically, the person at the root of it) is intentionally disrupting our life, and as a result we get frustrated - this is a ‘default setting’ reaction.
Simon Feilder made this hastily-assembled-in-one-take-with-all-of-his-cameras recap shot on the rooftop of his New York airBnB the night after The Battle Of The Bastards and the day of his flight home. Say what you want about his jokes, but you can't fault the kid's commitment...