Tony Blair this week used his last official foreign engagement before leaving office to tell Pope Benedict he wanted to become a Roman Catholic.
I always knew he had a bigger job in mind.
Easter Island's Moai Figure and the office Water Cooler Dispenser
Among the most renowned Polynesian sculptures are the giant stone figures, or Moai, of Easter Island. The Moai represent ancestral chiefs who were believed to be descended directly from the gods and whose supernatural powers could be harnessed for the benefit of humanity.
Water Cooler Dispenser has a longer forehead!
Open charcoal grill in a kebab house.
George Bush finally found a country that welcomed him as a hero. It seems that he has taken over from Norman Wisdom as Albania's hero. Both have perfect comic timing too. With President Bush, it's when he is being vilified for his policies around much of the world, then turning up in Tirana to be hailed a hero.
A diamante skull belt & Damien Hirst's diamond-encrusted human skull
Skulls are the hottest thing at the moment. Artist Damien Hirst has unveiled a diamond-encrusted human skull worth ?50m. It said to be the most expensive piece of contemporary art.
My mother doesn't like white orchids so I painted them red!
It reminds me of the rose-tree in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.