Mock monks after your money? On layman‘s terms.
All Stories by Richard Simmonds
The man who wore the 100-kilogram (220-pound!) suit in the first 12 films talks about his experiences.
Ah, the heady aromas of chocolate and sweaty feet may finally come together!
Pass the first stage interview with karaoke! Or, by playing wink murder.
Now there’s food you’re legitimately allowed to play with.
Disco trucks in the spotlight.
Reformed fish paste has never looked so good.
No need for fancy gadgets, or safety ropes!
Reebok and Doraemon combine in these baby-blue shoes.
Have those ingenious Japanese invented food that never goes bad? Not quite.
If it’s good enough for the country’s elite, we deign to try its surprisingly reasonable offerings.
Japanese company aims to provide women with a “high-spec” man of their dreams thanks to their rigorous testing and exacting standards (no mention of looks or personality).
In an age where some people have hundreds, or even thousands, of friends on social networking sites, rustling up just three of them will get you a hefty discount.
Programming isn’t just a young person’s game anymore.
Now you too can dress up as an irresistibly-cute game character with none of the hard work!
When you’re heavily-armed and armoured, there’s no need to fear heights, falls or even cardboard bears!
Coffee filters, is there nothing they can’t do? Yes, but still.
Japanese twitter user finds a miniscule pawprint inside salmon roe.
The Internet of Things (IoT) finds its newest home in a pint-sized moe-cute figure who gyrates for your pleasure.
No standard error message as Nintendo unleashes its latest cute creation: Nin-Godzilla