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Simon the Ogre

Simon the Ogre

Shaun February 4, 2014 0

The ‘brilliant piece of advertising’ award this month goes to Thomson Holidays for absolutely nailing it with their ever so uplifting ‘Simon the Ogre’ TV campaign. When I was a relatively young man (I

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World’s Dirtiest Man

World’s Dirtiest Man

Shaun February 4, 2014 0

What a legend! Meet Amou Haji (80) readers; officially Iran and the world’s muckiest man, who confesses to not having bathed in 60 years. Cleanliness equals sickliness, according to old Amou, who likes to

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Tea Wars

Tea Wars

Shaun January 23, 2014 0

The Edge has written a bit about a cup of tea’s favorite accompaniment, the biscuit, on page 27 this month (“a drink’s too wet without one”), but how many of you remember those god-awful

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The Edge’s Theory on DRINKING

The Edge’s Theory on DRINKING

Shaun November 15, 2011 0

It’s like this. A herd of buffalo can only move as fast as the slowest buffalo, and when the heard is hunted, well, it’s the slowest and the weakest ones that are killed first.

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Stake Land

Stake Land

kingpin November 13, 2011 0

Stake Land is an absolute belter of a movie that may have slipped under your radar. Set in a near future, post-apocalyptic America, Stake Land follows “Mister”, a grizzled, laconic survivor and his young

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Shock Fights

Shock Fights

kingpin November 13, 2011 0

I’ll go out on a limb and assume that most of you know what Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighting is by now. For those of you who have no idea, MMA is where professional

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Can You Guess What It Is Yet?

Can You Guess What It Is Yet?

kingpin November 13, 2011 0

Now, like any other red-blooded lumberjack type of man, I’m not averse to the odd wank now and again. Indeed, according to some of the epithets hurled my way over the years I’m obviously

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Totally Tracie

Totally Tracie

Shaun November 3, 2011 0

Boffins have announced plans to launch a sandwich that can last a fortnight on store shelves before it disintegrates into a mouldy green mess and kills you. Whilst its great to have technology constantly

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The Grumpy Goose

The Grumpy Goose

Shaun November 3, 2011 0

We have become used to body- part transplants; they are, almost, routine. The first heart transplants made front page news; now, they go unreported. Soon, we will all know someone who has received a

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