As you may already know, Friday means Facebook Competition day here at Truffle Towers which means we give you lovely lot the chance to win free money to spend on the site! Happy days!
This week, we came across this rather hilarious Barbie inspired pic so we couldn’t resist a caption related question!
To enter, all you need to do is give us your best accompanying caption in the comments box on our facebook page. The funnier the better of course! We need your answers before 2pm as usual and the winner will be announced this afternoon.
Get involved on our facebook page here for your chance to win and you can giggle along to all the other entries too!
Stop what you’re doing, pack an overnight bag, and get yourself on the next flight to the US of A…
The American Superhero Museum, based in Indianapolis, housed around 1,000 collectables, artefacts, props and costumes from the Superman and Batman TV shows and movies from the 1950’s onwards. In 2008, the museum closed without explanation and a 2010 Court Order has demanded that the memorabilia be auctioned on January 22nd, 2011.
Some of our tips for the highest bids are original Superman costumes worn by George Reeves, Christopher Reeves and Dean Cain. We’ve seen similar originals selling in a memorabilia shop in Las Vegas for between £25,000 and £50,000. One of Helen Slater’s original Supergirl costumes is going under the hammer, as is a replica Batboat and Batmobile – brand new replica Batmobiles are currently selling for £100,000.
So if you’ve got a few thousand quid burning a hole in your pocket, get yourself to Indianapolis, bid on something fun, and let us know what the cabin crew said when you flew home wearing an original Christopher Reeve £50,000 Superman costume. Alternatively, if you’re planning on sailing the Batboat back home, we’ll be your First Mate!!
For details of the other items available at the auction, click here. If you fancy a cheaper alternative, pick yourself up a TruffleShuffle Superman Costume and tell everyone it’s the real deal, we promise we won’t tell a soul!
News just in on the 80’s grapevine that our friends at Atari have teamed up with 20th Century Fox to turn its classic 80’s arcade game Missile Command into a feature film.
If you’re not familiar with the cold war arcade classic, it involved protecting a series of vulnerable bases from falling nuclear warheads and apparently Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama, the screenwriters behind the upcoming Flash Gordon remake, have been hired to pen the script.
Have to say – when I think back to the hours spent playing Missile Command back in the day, I don’t ever remember thinking this would make a great movie someday but hey, at least there will be plenty of explosions to get our teeth into.
Two more of the company’s games, Asteroids and Rollercoaster Tycoon, have also recently been optioned for the big screen which does make you wonder, is Hollywood starting to run out of fresh ideas and if so, is using arcade games with pretty non-existent plot lines as your starting point really the way to go?
They could at least have thrown Pac-Man into the mix!
If shrubberies, knights who say nee, mothers being hamsters and killer rabbits all ring a bell, we have a treat in store for you! These brand new quirky Monty Python tees from Fame and Fortune, add a dash of humour with a soupcon of style and incorporate some of the funniest moments from the classic Monty Python film, ‘The Holy Grail’.
We were so excited when we spotted our stunning Alice in Wonderland ‘Drink Me’ necklace in the News of the World’s Fabulous magazine this weekend! It was depicted in all its twinkling wonder in a beautiful shot, embedded in a silver glitter shoreline. Gosh, wouldn’t it be lovely if this washed up at your toes! This is a true Disney Couture classic and a must have for any Alice in Wonderland collector. We only have limited stocks though, so better dive in quick before they drift away! xoxo