We’re back, because there are always more opposites to be explored. This time that means talking about seaweed, about lanyards, and about hot chocolate. Are we right?
Let’s do the working out the opposite of things thing. This week, cheeks, anti pasti, and guitars. Please share and enjoy.
Let’s work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite, because working out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite is a good hobby. This week: Smoothies; Static Electricity; and Eggs.
In our search for the opposite of everything that doesn’t have a natural opposite, we find Where’s Wally? Then we step through a wardrobe into a version of Narnia you wouldn’t expect, and round it all off with some pretzels.
This week we work out the opposite of Jaws. Also this week, we work out the opposite of Jaws. And also this week, we work out the opposite of Jaws. But what? How? Why? Okay, we also work out the...
G’day. This week we work out the opposite of a Tim Tam, and learn some shocking news along the way. Then we tackle furballs and padlocks just for good measure. Share and enjoy.
This week we play with soap bubbles, learn the origin of the term dustbin, and get too much into what can be done with a swan’s neck. Along the way, we work out some opposites too. Share and enjoy.
It all got a bit hot this week, so we cooled down by working out the opposite of a top hat, the opposite of wind farms, and the opposite of something else entirely. Please share and enjoy.
It’s an eclectic mix this week, as we work out the opposite of the three things listed in the title. It seems redundant to list them again here, but I guess metadata needs must. Poutine. Sleeping Bags. Scrunchies. Share and...
It’s a bit of an ‘n episode this week, as we work out the opposite of things separated by ‘ands’. What’s the opposite of fish and chips, of Stoppit and Tidyup, and of Ben and Jerry’s? Are we right? Come...