Prankster Julius Dein takes to the streets of London and, using some word trickery, gets them to admit they are a penis.
It’s a simple and easy method to use, you might want to try it out sometime, just don’t try it on anyone who might not see the humour in it.
You imagine that people who live in London, UK are used to some strange and curious sights—much like most people who live in large cities, weird stuff just happens.
But they’re probably not used to the sight of a giant green monkey floating down the Thames, the river that flows through the city.
It starts with a stabbing on Westminster Bridge, and then the chase is on, past London landmarks, past gormless tourists taking a selfie.
And on it goes, as four parkour masters leap and bound on bridges, across stairwells, across well-maintained lawns—anything is fair game in this real-life Assassin’s Creed.
Guus ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier think that GIFs deserve to be seen in more places than Tumblr and Buzzfeed.
So they’ve taken to to the streets of London, displaying them on crossings and traffic lights in custom frames to make the public double-take as they go about their business.
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This cyclist spent eight days roaming around London, capturing its 24/7 vibe and taking 18,000 photos.
The result is this epic time-lapse video of the city, restless and bustling with people and landmarks and red buses and, of course, the shitty rainy weather.
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Filmmaker Marc Isaacs sets himself up in a London tower block lift and waits for people to enter.
As the residents come along, they begin to trust him and start to reveal the things that matter to them, making for a humorous and moving portrait of a vertical community.
You’re probably thinking, only ten? But some of these are quite WTF.
For instance, did you know it was illegal to shake a doormat outside after 8am? Now you do, so stop doing it.
Looks like the celebs and residents of London crossed over to the dark side last night and meddled in the dark arts, Sir Tom Jones, Wretch 32, VV Brown and Razorlight led 1,000s of Londoners in a remarkable toast for Arthur’s Day 2012.
There was not a dry eye (or glass) at the event as they gathered to honour the great man behind the pint, Arthur Guinness. Cheers!