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When YouTube user 'goobie55' discovered that his newly-delivered computer monitor was broken in several places, he turned
His slender hips sway hypnotically from side to side, furry feet a-tapping to the Latino beat: meet Stuart the salsa dancing
This Christmas, why not treat someone to something that they can treasure for a long, long time? In a world of fast throwaway fashion, it's sometimes so hard to find a present that will be appreciated, but that can also be used again and again without fear of it going out of style or worse, falling apart!
Schoolboy Jonah Mowry holding up postcards that spell out his struggle with self-harm made the top of the viral video chart
Being judges (without a jury, mind) is becoming ingrained into our culture. We're constantly told that our opinion counts, we're encouraged to comment, to vote, to Tweet, to share 'what's on your mind.'
The Moon is back! And it's bigger than ever. Not literally of course. It actually never went away and it's still exactly the same size (although I can't scientifically prove that). I'm talking in fashion terms of course and let me tell you, the Moon is going to be SO this millennium!
Forget bottles of booze and cigarettes, the shoplifting fraternity has gone gourmet as a new wave of wealthy consumers turn
Steampunk is the most famous new trend that you've never heard of. To those in the know it's been around for years. To me it feels like emo did in the mid-Noughties, just before it broke big: when you could see queues round the block but no-one in the media was talking about it.
I am not particularly impressed with this season's masculine trend. I think it's something to do with my hourglass figure; I can't wear clothes cut with men's sharp lines in mind. Firstly, they don't fit properly - masculine tailoring doesn't work well on T&A - and secondly, I'm too short.
What's happening now is an even bigger step. We are seeing the beginnings of a new social trend I've christened People Not Products. We're starting to care less about owning products than we did, as we begin to value other, 'human' things more.