The Week That Was #16


This was the week that Prince Louis was born and Trump announced the date of his UK visit.

Here are five other things we discovered:

UK brands join pact to cut single-use plastic

Over 40 UK brands including Tesco, Aldi and Coca-Cola have joined the UK Plastics Pact, the world’s first initiative to transform the plastic packaging sector. One of the main aims is to use 100% reusable plastic by 2025. This video tells more:

Wildlife Photographer of The Year 2018 winner is disqualified

Controversy struck our favourite wildlife photography competition as the winning image was disqualified for allegedly using a stuffed anteater. The Natural History Museum, who runs the competition, issued a statement after conducting an investigation of the image. We’re in full support. This world needs more photographic detective work!

Spot the difference below:




You’ll buy this car after reading this Craigslist ad

Some products sell themselves and some products make you work to sell them. Well, this guy worked really hard to sell his old 1999 Toyota Corolla in a Craigslist ad. The ad includes the lines “This car will outlive you, this car will outlive your children” and “This isn’t the car you want, it’s the car you deserve.”




Westworld Season Two Has Started

Maybe it doesn’t look like anything to you but it’s a big deal to us. Here’s the spoiler free trailer:



And finally…

Two people “studied” over 100 mens and womens loos to find out the dirty truth about toilet graffiti. Apparently men like to draw penises more than women, who knew!? Beware it’s NSFW (of course).