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The History of the Cream Tea

The classic cream tea is a staple in tea rooms all over the UK and throughout the world. It should normally consist of just a scone, clotted cream, and jam. Simple right? Not quite. The humble cream tea is a source of contention between neighbouring English counties, Devon and Cornwall. As a proud Devonian, I thought it might be fun to look back at the interesting history of the cream tea to find out how it came about, why we love them so much, and which way of doing them is correct.

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Easter Eggs in Wallace and Gromit: A Close Shave

We’ve got to the third Wallace and Gromit film and the final one in the original trilogy. A Close Shave first introduces us to Shaun the Sheep who would become a star in his own right. There are plenty of great hidden details and secrets hidden throughout this film so we better get started.

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Easter Eggs in Wallace and Gromit: The Wrong Trousers

We’ve made it to the second film in classic Wallace and Gromit roster. This great film was first seen on Boxing Day 1993 in the UK and introduced us to the famous criminal, Feathers McGraw. In this post we will be taking a look at the many hidden details and secrets strewn across the 30 min runtime.

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As Seen on Japanese TV

For most, TV advertising is just way too expensive. It obviously is for AOL at the moment. Most businesses use it to get their products in front of the most people possible. Most people would jump at the chance to appear on TV. So imagine my excitement when I got an interesting email from a gentleman based in London working on behalf of NHK, the Japanese state broadcaster.

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