The British heatwave of 2018

 

Yesterday was the hottest day of 2018 so far, with temps of 30+ degrees Celsius predicted for London/the South-East this Wednesday or Thursday. It’s roasting in London, how do you deal with the heat? – Choose your weapon…

Credits: Peter Henderson and dribbble via Parastoo Rasaeemanesh, Motion graphic and Pinterest

Five-fingered discount on turkey dinosaurs

 

 

When those frozen poultry snacks are so good, you can’t bare to pull out your wallet, such is your joy.

Credits: The Orchard via The Orchard Films and GIPHY

In total agreement

 

Here in the south-east of England, the weather has been very agreeable as of late. Hot as hell, but not stifling, more like North African. A great opportunity to crack open the beers or 7Ups and enjoy the warm days we’re having out in the garden. But be quick, rain is expected later today.

Credits: John Hancock Retirement Community via Fast Company and GIPHY

Santa prep

 

It’s the eve before Christmas, and Santa’s busy doing some exercises for that long sleigh ride he has doing tomorrow. Best wishes, Papa Crimbo! Artwork by Iván Casal, an animator from Guayaquil in Ecuador.

Credits: Iván Casal as Happy Motion and Tumblr via Happy Motion and Giphy

Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 407

 

 

You could say she was a wearer of many hats (and by hats we mean New York Yankees baseball caps).

P.S. This is the last 2010 GIF from the classic GIFs vaults. Stay tuned for 2011… and the last few.

GIF: 29p86kw                                                                                                        DATE: 31/12/2010

Credit: Ratedesi Forums

Mr Shah, ideas for your next holiday adventure

 

86 per cent of millennials like to immerse themselves in a new culture while on holiday. Of course, we’re usually open minded, willing to try new things and experiences, and why would you travel halfway across the world, just to eat the same food you eat at home and hover around a pool all day. Go out, expand your horizons. This GIF came courtesy of Lloyds Bank in a email sent in June 2017.

Credits: Lloyds Bank via Outlook