It’s a delightfully over the top headline on the site, but Buzzfeed’s look at the best burgers in Scotland is worth remembering. Bread Meats Bread are a Scottish chain famed for their decadent burgers, and it doesn’t get much more decadent than this double cheeseburger served on a candied bacon doughnut. They also serve a mean poutine, and offer halal and gluten free options. Hilary Mitchell at Buzzfeed.
Loving this list by Chris Bonnello, with gems such as: …5) If you have it mildly, you’re at the awkward midpoint of being ‘normal enough’ for everyone to expect the same from you as everyone else, but ‘autistic enough’ to not always reach those expectations. …16) Hints don’t work. Just bloody tell us. (Seriously, on my first ever date the girl wanted me to pay for her lunch, so instead of just asking me honestly she hinted that she didn’t have enough money for food and for the bus. I just smiled and said “don’t worry, cheesy chips are only
Congrats to Buzzfeed for this list. I’m sure some people would argue it’s click bait, but for me it’s click because the headline really describes it well, and it has relevant information. That’s not bait, that’s good content. And they’re all great films as well.
Buried in these hallowed grounds are some of Googleâ€™s ill-fated services. Some, like Google Reader, lived long, prosperous lives, full of admiration and glory. Most, like Google Wave and Google Buzz, struggled to carve out a place in this harsh, unforgiving world where technologies continuously clash and innovation reigns king. But whether these services transformed our productivity or only polluted our inboxes, they all touched our world in some way.
1. Vienna, by Ultravox. 2. Fairytale of New York, by The Pouges ft Kirsty MacColl. Well done BBC, but we all know the truth. At least it wasn’t the Pet Shop Boys on the top spot.