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(HappyToast, Tue 19 Aug, 11:03, 4 replies)
Hey Jude

(Gyck Ryder, Fri 15 Aug, 15:13, 6 replies)
Well, since I've made it...

(monkeon, Wed 13 Aug, 11:38, 10 replies)
'morning folks.

(R.Soul, Sun 10 Aug, 10:05, 12 replies)
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(CanonCaliber, Sun 10 Aug, 8:51, 4 replies)
This actually happens

(barst, Tue 5 Aug, 18:21, 7 replies)


(Captain Howdy, Fri 1 Aug, 13:06, 4 replies)
morning

(HappyToast, Fri 1 Aug, 9:07, 6 replies)
Ghastly stuff.

(Brian O'Blivion, Fri 1 Aug, 6:00, 8 replies)
See what I did there?

(PJ, Tue 29 Jul, 15:45, 10 replies)
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Question of the Week
Shit Holidays
Camping on a dried-up river bed, we discovered when it rained during the night and half of our equipment and clothes were already most of the way to the Irish Sea why you shouldn't camp on a dried-up riverbed. Tell us about crappy holidays.

Suggested by Zuowon
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asked by Scaryduck on 15th Aug at 10am
Challenge
Buddy Movies
This week you've voted for buddy movies, so pair-up mismatched film characters for wacky cinematic results. Fight club with Rocky and Ip man, Driving miss daisy with Daisy Duke and Travis Bickle etc.
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set by HappyToast on 14th Aug at 8am
Question of the Week
What Makes You Cry?
That bit in the Railway Children when Jenny Agutter says "Daddy! My Daddy!". Gets me every time. I am 48 years old.
Read all 187 stories (closed)
asked by Scaryduck on 7th Aug at 2pm
Nathan For You: The Claw Of Shame
What a trick.

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linked to by monkeon on 20th Aug at 10am
Challenge
Weird Lyrics
This week we want you to illustrate the strangest song lyrics you can think of. From Lennon and McCartney's Eggman to Duran's funny Reflex kid sat alone in the park.
Challenge suggested by Jabberwoc
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set by HappyToast on 6th Aug at 8pm
Newsletter
B3ta newsletter 638 is not dead yet. Although it is quite obese - bloated with the finest of links. WWI, farty Frozen, tiny ponies and the world's top 100 funky basslines.
Read newsletter 638
published by rob on 1st Aug at 6pm
Question of the Week
Against Your Will
Our old pal Freddie Woo says: An ancient aunt once tried to kidnap me and leave me on an island after lying about the last ferry. Ever been forced to do something good or bad?
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asked by Scaryduck on 31st Jul at 11am
Challenge
How food is made 2
This week we want you to show us how food is made. Reveal the secrets the food companies keep that shape our favourite foods from the field to the factory and in to our tums.
Suggested by dolphinwhisperer
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set by HappyToast on 31st Jul at 8am
Question of the Week
Bad Ideas
"Let's get all the fireworks and pile dog shit on top of them". I can't believe I actually said that, and I still can't believe I was the one who lit them and couldn't run away in time. Tell us about your spectacularly misjudged ideas.

Suggested by Pig Bodine
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asked by Scaryduck on 24th Jul at 1pm
Challenge
Made up problems
This weeks challenge is to think up more of those made up problems that ad men use to sell products. Tongue cleaners on toothbrushes, scented tampons etc. Challenge suggested by Afinkawan.
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set by HappyToast on 23rd Jul at 10pm
Question of the Week
Public Nudity
Naked people in public never ends well. Ever let your dangly bits go on show? Ever witnessed something dreadful?

Suggested by Spanish Fly
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asked by Scaryduck on 17th Jul at 2pm
Challenge
80s Now
This week we're painting the present with the dayglo and new romantic colours of the 80s. Fire up Photoshop and transform everything current in to a Duran Duran nightmare. Challenge suggested by Afinkawan.
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set by HappyToast on 17th Jul at 8am
Newsletter
B3ta newsletter 637 is in the shops now! And by 'the shops' we mean 'the internet'. Your AOL keywords this week are: Dinosaurs, Gove, Mel Smith, false economy.
Read newsletter 637
published by rob on 11th Jul at 6pm
Question of the Week
Anything For Money
How low have you sunk to earn a few quid? Have you ever been paid a tenner by a stranger in the street to crap in a jar? Me neither. Tell us about the depraved or humiliating lengths you've gone to in order to raise cash.
Read all 67 stories (closed)
asked by Scaryduck on 10th Jul at 3pm
Challenge
Minimalist Movie Posters
This weeks challenge is to distil your favourite movie in to the simplest visual form and stick it up as a minimalist poster. Bonus points for stuff like Police Academy 6 or Stop or my Mom will shoot. Challenge suggested by monkeon
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set by HappyToast on 9th Jul at 9pm
Newsletter
It's time for B3ta newsletter 636 - written on a whim late on a Friday night. UV light, hardcore stuntmice, kings & queens - and punching George Osborne right in his horrible face.
Read newsletter 636
published by rob on 4th Jul at 10pm
Question of the Week
Corruption
I once had to grease a custom official's palm to get out of a foreign country, a wad of bank notes worth about 45p which went straight into his pocket. In fact, everybody on our flight had to, the thieving scrote. Talk to us about corrupt officials, or confess your own wrongdoing. We won't tell anyone.

Thanks to Ye of Little Faith for the suggestion
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asked by Scaryduck on 3rd Jul at 1pm
Challenge
Toy Mashup
This weeks challenge is to play Doctor Frankenstein with your playthings and combine existing toys in to one new glorious or horrific super toy.
Insert Barbie in to Ken and turn Toy Story in to the Human Centipede. Bonus points for ignoring Photoshop and using hacksaws and superglue on the real things.
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set by HappyToast on 3rd Jul at 8am
Newsletter
B3ta newsletter 635, out now - full of excellent stuff: Heckler put-downs, zombie Suarez, all the world's lightning strikes in real-time - and a thing we made that lets you decide what is the best thing out of a whole load of things!
Read newsletter 635
published by rob on 27th Jun at 4pm
Challenge
Bigger Picture
This weeks image challenge is to rummage through art galleries and extend classic works of art in all directions. Show us what is going on beyond the boundaries of the frame, the things the original artist cropped out.
Suggested by cinquante neuf
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set by HappyToast on 26th Jun at 8am
Question of the Week
False Economies
Sometimes the cheapest option isn't the right one. I fondly remember my neighbours going to a well-known catalogue-based store and buying the cheapest lawnmower they stocked. How we laughed as they realised it had non-rotating wheels and died when presented with grass. Tell us about times you or others have been let down by being a cheapskate.
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asked by Scaryduck on 24th Jun at 12pm
Newsletter
B3ta newsletter 634, out now - bit packed as we missed last week.
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published by rob on 20th Jun at 6pm
Challenge
Invent an animal
This week we're playing god and inventing some new animals. So head to the drawing board and think up the obvious omissions from the zoological society's database.
Bonus points for basing your creation on SCIENCE!
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set by HappyToast on 19th Jun at 8am