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How To Swear Around The World

"How to Swear Around the World” is a funny guidebook to(you guessed it), swearing in another language. The essential phrasebook will help you become an impressive curser in dozens of different languages, it is illustrated with handy visual guides and features phonetic pronunciation so that readers can curse like a native. A fun gift for the traveller in your family, he´ll be swearing proficiently in dozens of languages in no time!

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POLER DUTCH OVEN

Poler Dutch Oven is a new cooking utensil made for those who love nature and just won´t go without the special touch of cast iron cooking made by the Portland based adventure gear company. If you get one rest assured, it´s already pre-seasoned so you can use it right away. With a 10 inch diameter it’s big enough to prepare reasonable amounts of tasty food. With its typical, forever lasting durability, they´re really worth their weight. So go out there, surprise your...
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RELAY G10 WIRELESS GUITAR SYSTEM | Image

RELAY G10 WIRELESS GUITAR SYSTEM

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UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK | Image

UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK

Developed by one of the UK’s leading creative talents, Thomas Heatherwick, the centrepiece of the UK pavilion is a six storey high object formed from some 60,000 slender transparent rods, which extend from the structure and quiver in the breeze. During the day, each of the 7.5m long rods act like fibre-optic filaments, drawing on daylight to illuminate the interior, thereby creating a contemplative awe-inspiring space. At night, light sources at the interior end of ...
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