Embroidery is typically the preserve of grandmas, kids too young to know it's not cool to do what your grandma does, and, if you're in Romford, both. Blowing up "typically" to give Britain some bad-ass needlework: What Party? From an American expat who grew tired of Florida's dreary sunniness and decided to move to London, this cross-stitched collection poses depictions of cute animals against a playfully dark sense of caption-disseminated humor. Some sweetness:
Satisfy your inner girl and your inner bully in a world where cats threaten cats ("Are you gonna be cool about this, or am I gonna have to beat the sh*t out of you?"); or become best friends with Homeless Dog, who will probably end up blowing his "chocolate" money on a sweet piece of Yorkie.
Art bashes art as a fox calmly says "F*ck Lars von Trier", while humanity's served by this woman who clearly doesn't get that this guy's asking if she was in the Norman Wisdom comedy Trouble in Store -- an obscurely sarcastic way of saying "Your bitterness makes you look old".
The former Floridian's also applying her profanity to an online comic, where hawks tell paddling holiday-makers "Canoeing -- Still? Welcome to the '90s sh*tf*cks", and education is tended to via Stalactites, though given Romford's babies-having-babies issues, it's not only the old ladies who know what this guide is talking about.