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Are fast food burgers really immortal?

Are fast food burgers really immortal?

Food, Lifestyle
The Internet is filled with photos and videos of burgers which seem to never go bad. Photos of McDonald's burgers (also known as immortal burgers), in particular, not showing any signs of mould after being left out in the open for a while have been extremely popular. If you haven't heard or seen any of this, then my friend, you've been living under a rock. Don't worry about it though because we've got your back. We've decided to test this theory -- three burgers from three different fast food chains were filmed for seven days to see whether any of them would get mouldy, and if so, which one would get mouldy first and the most. To find out more click on the video below: It is a bit concerning that it took all burgers around four to five days to show the first signs of mould, s...
Polish Club release brand new video for “Clarity”

Polish Club release brand new video for “Clarity”

Entertainment, Music, Uncategorized
  Polish Club up the power bill in retina-frying video for new single, Clarity. The future is shiny AF in Polish Club's new video. CLARITY is a megawatt explosion of electricity captured by filmmaker Yoav Lester on a vast Melbourne sound stage in September. The massive new song's theme of mental overload is reflected in a dazzling barrage of synchronised floodlights and the typically intense collision of one drum kit, one Fender stack and two men in black. Check out the video HERE "A performance piece for a song titled Clarity kind of threw my mind immediately into fog, light, and space," the director says. "Novak and John-Henry were legends. Performing like rock stars for seven hours straight, mostly at double speed." "Conceptually the idea was to play around with smoke and
People’s vote march : unity for change

People’s vote march : unity for change

Activism, Featured, News, Politics, TV, UK
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nifYI23O7vM   As the country protested against Brexit on Saturday 20 October, the crowd numbers are estimated over 700,000. The march that demanded a second vote on the Brexit deal, saw speakers like Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, Deborah Measden, business woman, MPs and youngsters from across the UK.   https://twitter.com/SadiqKhan/status/1054086372426956800 Delia Smith, celebrity chef, said: "When the vote happened, we were not fully informed. Now we know, dire consequences that can be summed up in just two words- unmitigated chaos."   https://twitter.com/rmmillar86/status/1053647722010558464 Christian Broughton, Editor, The Independent, told the crowds that their Final Say campaign gained 940,000 signatures, adding ...
Still haven’t done your Christmas shopping? Here are 5 websites to help you out

Still haven’t done your Christmas shopping? Here are 5 websites to help you out

Fashion, Featured
When it comes to shopping in London our feelings are mixed. The variety and amount of shops to go to? We love that. Shopping surrounded by thousands of people and queueing for hours? No, thank you. Even if you are the type of person who prefers in-store shopping, you have to admit that Christmas is an exception. Going to Westfield or Oxford Street around this time of the year is a challenge. It feels like millions of Londoners have decided to do their shopping at the exact same time as you. Queues for the changing room, queues for the cash desk, it seems that people are everywhere. The ultimate goal is to get from one shop to another without being punched by someone in a hurry. But are holidays not supposed to bring peace and happiness? So how about we help you to avoid unnecessary
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