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Your dating profile - or the bio on whichever app your fingers are getting busy with - is your storefront, your prime advertising space. Sure, a picture tells a thousand words, but as anyone who's spent more than a minute in the company of a boyband can tell you, hot looks are no guarantee of a great brain or a good time.
If you are like me you'll hate clichés, annoying repetitive sayings and phrases. We can't hide from them as they are everywhere we look and everywhere we turn. The only way to combat them is to fight back, and with vengeance.
It really is possible to produce corporate communications that actually communicate. It's not easy, and you'll be caught between the irresistible force of 'we've always done it this way', and the immoveable object of fifteen rounds of tedious approvals that will slowly bleach out any interest or readability your bold first draft might once have had.
Office workers are fighting back against the scourge of "management-speak", dubbing the very phrases intended to lubricate
As the film-lovers among you are doubtless already aware, there are two kinds of people in this world. However, there appears
'Bottoms Up Productions' are the guys behind such jaw-dropping pop culture supercuts as 'Glove, Actually' (a montage of slaps
No matter how gargantuan a woman's backside becomes, when she asks for an opinion on its size, you always tell her it's small. If it's abundantly clear her body mass index is teetering towards the 'morbidly obese/death by coronary' line, you might throw in adjectives like 'curvy' or 'cuddly'.
There’s an old adage that says: ‘those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach’. Well, in the world of literary criticism, it
Comedy is all about recognition. Michael McIntyre points out one of life's foibles. You recognise said foible, then chuckle lightly and die a little on the inside. But there is a thin, unfunny line between highlighting some hilarious, unearthed observation and lazily trotting out a creaky comedy cliché that was hackneyed when first used on Round the Horne.
The 13th world athletics championships have recently finished. As anyone who was watching August now knows the biggest talking point was the run that never happened.