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Written By Aqil Rouf

So, you’re queuing up at McDonald’s, and while doing so, you scan their menu from left to right, up and down. It all looks so good, you tell yourself. The moment is impending. The anticipation builds, as does your hunger. As you approach the till, you take one last glance at the menu, but there’s no point – your mind is already made up. You know exactly what your order is: “Hi, can I have a Big Mac meal please?” You ask the man behind the counter. “That will be £3.82 please.” He replies. You hand over the coins, and in exchange he places a tray in front of you. The next 3-5 minutes are as follows: first, he pours you your drink. Then, he scoops up your fries. Finally, he collects your boxed-up hamburger together with sachets of ketchup, and before you know it, you have one Big Mac meal waiting in front of you, ready to be devoured. More on the reverse.

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Written By Kirsten Ringelmann

This autumn, let ASOS take your wardrobe on a trip down under with emerging Australian brands One Teaspoon and stylestalker. Both of these relatively young labels draw inspiration from international street style and culture. Pushing the boundaries of rock and roll glamour, each brand has a grungy but feminine appeal, or, as One Teaspoon put it - "the epitome of rebellious cool." Pretty floral and romantic lace numbers are set off with leather and stud details, each of these collections has something to satisfy every inner bad girl... enjoy! More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

It’s that time of the year again where the streets of West London come to life. Indeed, Notting Hill Carnival rarely disappoints  and this year promises to be no different. The annual event spills onto the capital's streets every bank holiday Monday in August, as well as the day before, and is the biggest multicultural festival in Europe with more than 1,000,000 people attending last year. The carnival offers everything you would expect from the Caribbean culture: colourful costumes, exotic food, and traditional dance. More on the reverse.

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Written By Jonny Manfield

What would you do if you could control your dreams? Well, one Kickstarter project that has already been funded claims that it can encourage lucid dreaming, which is a dream whereby the sleeper is aware that he/she is dreaming. The sleep mask-like device, known as Remee, recognises when the wearer is experiencing rapid eye movement (REM) - a stage of sleep where dreams are said to be most vivid. It then triggers lucidity by flashing red lights “that are not bright enough to wake you up, but will appear as visual anomalies in your dreams” and as a result, alerts you that you’re dreaming. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

I have spent the last month observing Ramadan, the holiest month of the Islamic calendar whereby Muslims refrain from eating/drinking during daylight hours. As an avid gym-goer, the abstinence of food and water meant that exercising, especially weight training, was out of the question – believe me, I have tried and have found it to be counterproductive. Yesterday, however, I embarked on the long process of getting back into shape. The best thing about living a healthy lifestyle is that it teaches you disciplines which can be applied to all aspects of life. More on the reverse.

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Written By Aqil Rouf

I’m not too sure what category this falls under, but nonetheless it’s a pretty cool concept. I’m forever losing cutlery (the good kind) and since I’m always on the go, I often find myself short of a utensil or two. As for disposable cutlery, well, they’re not really environmentally friendly, are they? The Dine-ink Pen Utensil Set by ZO-loft hopes to be to be the solution to such woes, by allowing you to convert your pens into ready-to-use cutlery. More on the reverse.