playmobil photograph evidence
I'm sure a certain Transformer would have been involved somehow......
We're obliged to all of you who follow El Reg's world-beating improbable Swedish news for pointing us in the direction of the shock case of the Japanese pop pineapple who was over the weekend beaten and relieved of 20,000 kronor (£1,680-ish or ¥252,167) worth of camera kit. No laughing matter, we know, and certainly not for …
My Favourite Tofflor - (Tofflor is Swedish for slippers so 'My Favourite Slippers')
Suddenly Sibylla - (Sibylla is a famous chain of hot dog stands)
Ramlösa - (Ramlösa is a popular brand of mineral water)
....I'll get my coat
AAAAA-GAAAAA-DOO DOO DOO! Push pineapple, shake the tree...
Geez, you people at The Reg are slipping. This was a perfect story to break out that old Black Lace song.
Paris... because she'd look pretty darn hot in black lace.
(What's a nice pineapple like you doing in a place like this?)
the reason none of those " you're slipping" related remarks were made is obvo... black helicopters are investigating, questions are being advanced to the locals , and the usual suspects have been half-inched all round.
mustn't appear too knowledgeable you know. bad for business , that.
An autonomous drone carrying a defibrillator helped save a 71-year-old man having a heart attack, a first in medical history, a Swedish search-and-rescue tech company has claimed.
We're told the old boy was clearing snow from his driveway in Trollhättan, Sweden, on the morning of December 9 before he was struck by crippling pains in his chest. A doctor just happened to be driving by on his way to work, saw what was happening, stopped, got out, and told an onlooker to call the emergency services while he performed CPR on the unnamed heart-attack victim.
Apparently, it took just over three minutes for a drone, built and operated by Askim-based Everdrone, to be dispatched and arrive carrying an automated external defibrillator (AED). The doctor, named as Mustafa Ali by Everdrone, used the equipment to keep the guy alive at least until an ambulance arrived. The victim is said to have fully recovered in hospital.
Some traditions ought to be set on fire, but sadly for Sweden's Gävlebocken – a giant Yule goat made of straw – setting fire to traditions has become a tradition in itself.
After five arson-free Christmases, the goat succumbed in the early hours of 17 December and a man in his 40s was arrested, Reuters reports, despite efforts by the city of Gävle to develop a flame-retardant idol.
The goat was first erected in the town square in December 1966. It burned down on New Year's Eve thus beginning a glorious (and illegal) tradition. Gävlebocken has since been engulfed by flames at least 35 times.
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