When Is A Clown Not a Clown?

When is a clown not a clown? When he’s also running a global entertainment business, that’s when! A while ago, we shared Part One of an article on Dingle Fingle (you can get a refresher here) by SpendMatters.com  And since then, they published Part Two (because just one article on Dingle Fingle doesn’t do him justice!), which […]
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What You Didn’t Know About May Day

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What You Didn’t Know About May Day Today is the 1st of May, otherwise known as May Day in the UK, but how many of you know the history behind it? May Day is an ancient Northern Hemisphere spring festival and usually a public holiday. It is also a traditional spring holiday in many cultures. […]
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PETA: A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing?

PETA A wolf in sheeps clothing

In the current climate, where someone in China went to a wet market and ate some bat and/ or pangolin, enabling the virus SARS-CoV-2 to jump from animal to human as it created the disease, Covid19, and thus plunged the world into lockdown, you could be forgiven for thinking that an organisation like PETA had […]
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35 Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know!

35 Fun Facts You Probably Didn't Know

Here are 35 fun facts you maybe, probably, didn’t know..: 1. A cat has 32 muscles in each ear. 2. A crocodile cannot stick out its tongue. 2. A dragonfly has a life span of 24 hours. 4. A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds. 5. A “jiffy” is an actual unit of […]
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Why So Few Female Clowns?

Why So Few Female Clowns

We’ve done a few clown posts, so this morning, we thought we’d do a post about the 10 top female clowns, (of all time!), but there were none. We even looked on Wikipedia, but they were all – you guessed it – male. That was mildly irksome, but it got me wondering why? The terrifying […]
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The Origins of Easter

The Origins of Easter

The Origins of Easter In many countries, the origins of Easter are associated with the death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.The eggs we eat are a representation of the stone that was rolled away from Jesus’ empty tomb on the third day – the day he was resurrected from the dead. Nowadays, while this […]
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41 Obscure But True Facts That Will Teach You Something

In a world currently under lockdown, where parents are having to home school their children, it can get a bit tough finding fun things to do that are both educational and fun at the same time. Which is where we come in! 1. You can’t breathe and swallow at the same time. Think we’re wrong? […]
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Warner Bros World Is Opening In Abu Dhabi!

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Get Your Geek On – Warner Bros World Is Opening In Abu Dhabi! If you loved Warner Bros cartoons as a child (or still do), there’s a new fantasy wonderland opening this summer in Abu Dhabi that’s been made just for you! Want to explore the prehistoric homeland of Fred and Barney? Take a wander […]
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Halloween Maze – De Lier Netherlands

HALLOWEEN MAZE - DE LIER

Halloween Maze – De Lier Netherlands Showworld gave a hand to the village of De Lier in the Netherlands by designing a fully functional Halloween maze for 4 – 12 year olds. However, despite initially creating it for this age group, we’re masters of our craft, and so it stands to reason that teenagers and adults were also […]
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