Remember your favourite Sci-Fi spectaculars such as ‘The Zygon Paradox’, ‘Commander Bucko and his Space Chums’ and ‘Galaxy Gambol’? If you are anything like me, your favourite part of these remarkable intergalactic epics are the crazy futuristic devices and gadgets that the principal characters utilise. Things for your health, items for transportation and large virtual reality zones where you can pretend to be Sherlock Holmes or Lovejoy. But you may be gob-smacked to learn that many of these items currently exist within our planet: Earth. Below you will find a whole legion of these magical objects, displayed in Infographic form. Their history, influence and dimensions will be utterly explained to you. And what is more we’d be happy for you to swipe this wondrous pictorial for your own World Wide Web ‘inter-page’ and place it wherever you wish, just by copying the code you can see below. And don’t worry, a gaggle of Thought Police in visors and white uniforms won’t break down the door of your pod for doing so.
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Is someone is currently screaming into your face, “CARS CARS CARS, all you talk about is CARS” before bursting into tears and rushing from the room, as you turn over from Top Gear on Dave to watch Top Gear on BBC Three, while idly watching cars drive by through the window? If this is you, you might be a Petrolhead, that peculiar condition where anything automotive causes your eyes to glaze over, your breath to shorten and your voicebox to release involuntary ‘erg’ sounds. You simply love motors. Their cute little bonnets, there delightful floor mats and their infeasibly attractive roof racks. Every aspect of the internal combustion engine causes you to swoon and gurgle like a young lady at a David Essex pop concert. But if you are still to be convinced about your Petrolhead standing, have a squint at this rather nifty Infographic, which lays out all the potential symptoms of Petrolhead-ism, a bit like those terrifying information posters you get at the doctors office about gout that leave you feeling a little clammy. Use the code below to swipe this beauty and share the facts with potential fellow sufferers. As you Petrolheads always say, “Happy Car Driving!”
Everyone knows that bigger is better. Everyone. Except possibly those unfortunate people that can only leave their homes by having an exterior wall removed. I mean think about it, who is the greatest footballer to have ever lived? That’s right, it’s also the biggest footballer: Peter Crouch. And you may have noticed that when we had nice chunky mobile phones, back in the 1980’s, everything was hunky dory. Now we have those tiny, titchy handsets and the economy is completely in the toilet. There must be a connection. In honour of all things gigantic, we have this massively entertaining infographic showcasing various large things and the vast joy that they bring people. And we want to share this joy, so swipe the code below and paste it into every web page you see with a gap. We feel that will be both big and clever.
We all love our motor vehicles. We love driving them, we love eating in them, we love fly-tipping out of them. Seriously, I would marry my car if I could. Marry her. I would, absolutely. Don’t push me, because I will. I’ll go out this afternoon and marry my Mondeo. Bella. And have the reception at Halfords. And just like several of the other people, and inanimate objects, that I have previously married, our cars are continually trying to kill us. As the delightful Informational-Graphical (Or Infographic) below illustrates, there are a variety of ways in which your vehicle can suddenly become deadly – from fumes to Sat-Navs to appalling posture. And when they come to life due to some ancient Nordic curse. We want to spread the word about all this auto-mayhem, so please feel free to swipe the graphic for your own internet information page, bulletin board or virtual hob-nobbery using the code displayed below. And don’t drive angry. Or badly.
So far the future has been bitterly disappointing. No legions of servile, brainwashed citizens wearing white jumpsuits in some sort of desert setting, all bending under the tyranny of a mysterious despotic leader who appears on over-sized video screens and is probably played by Christopher Plummer. I mean, what’s up with that? Instead we have Coke Zero and a popular television show that is actually set within a High Street chicken shop. Thanks a lot, future. So let’s hope when this particular epoch crumbles into oblivion, there will be a load of exciting stuff barrelling down the pike. As this delightful Infographic illustrates, the future is going to have some boss aspects, including bionic bits, trains and things that we stick in our brains. All of which our insect overlords are sure to be onboard with. And in the spirit of anarchy, you can simply take and display this Infographic elsewhere, by pinching the code below. Ok, get ready, because the segue I’m about to lay on you is going to BLISTERING. Ready? Ready for this segue? Right, here it comes: And if you want to enjoy a taste of future today, why not try out Water Jetpack thing we…
BOO! You see, it’s pretty easy to scare someone. Or is it? You may think that horror films comprise of a bloke in a weird mask chasing a teenager with a screwdriver through a haunted Aldi. But it is so much more than that. There’s catering for a start. Lots and lots of catering. And as far as I’m concerned, that’s about it. However, I have now been SCHOOLED with this amazing infographic that breaks down and distillates all the necessary elements required to make your cinema-going experience as uncomfortable as possible. All the bits it takes to make a spooky movie (or spoovie) are investigated good and proper. So turn all the lights on, have your mum ready on speed-dial and have a trawl through the Anatomy of a Scary Film, featuring all your favourite monsters, zombies and Blair Witches. And feel free to scare and share. There is code underneath that allows you to completely STEAL this puppy and stick it on your blog, vlog or bloggie.
As the various millionaires who govern us have been pointing out for a while now, financially things are quite tough, especially for millionaires. Lugging your various items of jewellery down to ‘Gold 4 Cash 4 U‘ on the High Street every few days, just to get a bit of Foie Gras money, it’s a total nightmare. We decided to take a stand with our affluent, large-pocketed, fairly monocled brothers and sisters and examine just how far a cool million quid could have got you in years gone by compared to today. Once you’ve have a thoroughly large squizz at some of the factoids on offer, I’m sure you’ll be popping all your kebab money into an envelope and pressing it into the hand of a passing Earl of Marquis with due haste. As Kermit said, ‘It’s Not Easy Being Green‘ – but as we will discover, it’s also not easy having green. And in the true spirit of capitalism and enterprise, feel free to steal this beloved Infographic using the embed code below. SPREAD THE WORD! SAVE THE TOFFS AND TRUMPS!
Ha, ha! Zombie invasion. Tee hee! Why, that’s a mere frippery created to titillate teenagers and the sort of people who use the internet’s websites. Nothing for me to worry about. WRONG! The rising of the undead and their subsequent fiddling about with your frozen goods and valuables is entirely imminent. Both scientists and Channel 5 are frequently warning us about it. You think all those writers in Hollywood are just making this stuff up? Like they have that kind of imagination? These are the people who have unleashed THREE Alvin and the Chipmunks films onto an unsuspecting public, so I hardly think they have the wherewithal to come up with something like a zombie invasion. As the following Infographic pleasantly illustrates, a zombie apocalypse could happen at any time. Perhaps it is happening right now. Is that old lady on the bus just a bit scabby? Or is it something more sinister? Might want to give her a prod just to check. If you feel to need to prepare for this obvious, planet-shattering event, then you could sign up to one of our many Zombie experiences RIGHT HERE. And spread the word about this imminent apocalypse. Simply thieve the…
Space. The final frontier. Except for all those other ones. Like exotically flavoured chutneys. Ever since primitive man learned how to look up without dying, we have been obsessed with that large dark, starry mass that’s out there somewhere. And ever since we noticed it existed, we’ve been trying to get there; either by long ladders, jumping or some sort of catapult. Many, many perished. But all those stupid space attempts are now far behind us, as commercial space travel is just one enormous bank transfer away, for the rich and for the financially well-endowed. We’ve come a long way, from goofy looking spacesuits, food in tubes and dogs with antennas strapped to their heads. This rather nifty infographic explains everything about astro-ventures, from the weird lumpy Russian devices to sleek Space Shuttles that we’d all happily have in our rumpus rooms. Feel free to not only read the infographic with unbridled joy, but to also completely steal it and stick it on your website, using the magical embed code below. No, really! Just take it! And we don’t yet offer space travel ourselves, but you could try this marvellous Water Jetpack Experience. RIGHT HERE. You’ll go… upwards at least….
As you may have noticed, we are quite partial to a bit of zombie around these parts – in small part due to our wealth of sensational zombie experiences. But we also appreciate and savour our historic zombie heritage. Where did they come from? What do they smell like? And from what location did they originate? All of these queries have troubled our salty little brains over the years. But many of these questions and others we couldn’t be bothered to think up are addressed in this FABULOUS new infographic, which combines both information and a certain graphical element, which we enjoy immensely. So go hog wild and look at this illustrated history of zombie evolution and use the embed code to stick it wherevs…