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1:00pm on Saturday, 27th October, 2012:
I emptied my phone of its photos today. Here are some of the more notable ones.
At first glance, this looks like an ordinary biscuit:
Look at the muffin underneath it, though. That custard cream and the bourbon next to it are each the size of a hardback novel.
This was taken in one of the restaurants at Heathrow:
Both TV screens are showing the Prime Minister "live" on the same channel, but they don't match. The one on the left was around 4 seconds ahead of the one on the right.
When I tried to get some Swedish money out of a cash machine at Stockholm airport, this happened:
Fortunately, it didn't have my debit card inside it at the time.
This is the wall next to the front door of the hotel I stayed in in Visby:
Handprints are so much more durable than grafitti.
From a Tesco's store in Norwich:
What's most annoying about this is that someone, at some stage in the design process, will have mentioned that snowflakes have six arms, not five, yet that wasn't deemed important.
Finally, these are some wooden tokens I bought off the Internet for my students to use in a game design exercise:
I think I may have clicked on the wrong button when I ordered the purple ones.
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