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Get your kicks creatively

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Instagram is a way of life for many. No meal can be enjoyed without applying that Amaro glow in a photo. No moment can feel real without a colour-popping X Pro II selfie to seal it. And no cat can truly be cute without capturing it first with Earlybird. And why not?

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The dog’s bottles

BrewDog has just opened its first shop, BottleDog (see what they did there).

Describing itself as your ‘one-stop-shop for all things craft beer in London’, BottleDog stocks over 250 craft beers, as well as ‘growler’ refills (that’s ‘flask’ to you and me), and equipment and advice for home brewing.

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McPerfect

Beef or chicken? Gherkins or lettuce? Mayo or ketchup? Seeded bun or plain? Bacon double cheese or bacon quadruple cheese? The perfect burger has been the subject of many a debate (mainly in the pub) but now the Golden Arches of McDonalds are opening the question up for the world to decide. (Lovin’ it, Damo.)

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Beacon of health and beauty

L@@K! 60% off DIY botox kits!! Buy one get one free on all nasal trimmers!! 3 for 2 on our new range of flameproof clothing!!! A quick scan down your inbox will probably reveal all manner of offers from businesses whose mailing list you keep meaning to unsubscribe from.

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Fake-over

Ever wondered if you could get away with a smoky eye look? What about a nearly-natural dewy glow? Or red lips and eyeliner flicks? Before you trot off to your local beauty hall and splash the cash, download L’Oreal’s new app and, er, splash some pixels instead.

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Heaven Scent

Those of you familiar with German author Patrick Süskind will be well read in the power of smell. Süskind’s brilliantly disturbing 1985 novel Perfume (later made into a disturbingly average movie) follows the life of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille – a murderer with an amazing sense of smell – on his quest to make the perfect scent.

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Play the road

For something that’s essentially a practical mode of transport, driving’s an incredibly emotional experience. Whether you’re sat silently swearing at the roadworks as the traffic chugs along at 1mph, or putting your foot down on Route 66, the feeling you get behind the wheel is a powerful one.
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King of the Pill

Take the red one. Then the blue one. Followed by three yellow ones and the green triangular one. With food. Before you go to bed. After reading a book. As we become increasingly obsessed with supplementing our lives with medication, so it becomes increasingly complicated to remember to take them.
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A rather rude awakening

Why doesn’t Tarzan have a beard? Why are marbles made of glass? Why is a pair of pants only one item? Why does your alarm clock ‘go off’ when it turns on? Does the DFS sale ever end? Just a few of the more minor questions that may stop you from sleeping at night.
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Big blue chef

Computational creativity. Two words that should send a shiver down the spine of anyone who works in a creative department. Sure, computers can beat us at chess, but humans will always be able to design a better logo.

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