As stress-relieving methods go, it certainly beats pummelling a globule of silly putty.
Character customisation has become a fundamental element of game design over the past few years.
Consider first today's national newspaper headlines: €90bn Irish bailout ends in turmoil (The Guardian), Fear stalks the eurozone as Ireland faces ruin (The Times), British banks hit as Irish bail-out falters (Daily Telegraph), A political storm breaks over Ireland (The Independent), and Britain pays out as Ireland implodes (Daily Mail).
Like size, height doesn't really matter.
So here we are again, witnessing the isochronal cavalcade of embarrassment that is GQ's annual 'Rock Stars of Science' feature.
✤ Oh joy and sweet hurrah! We have a new princess to play with! Yes, I'm sure I speak for women everywhere when I say that this is Not Before Time – after all, we've had to spend the last decade making do with pretend princesses, such as Paris Hilton and Jennifer Aniston and Aung San Suu Kyi, and now we have the real thing.
Discord continues to reign over the forthcoming housing benefit reductions, with politicians quarreling about the scale of their impact on the capital, everyone disputing everyone else's statistics and Boris sticking to his line that he's sticking up for Londoners.
Being ignored, mistaken for the tea lady or branded a 'maternity risk' … the following common experiences reported to the Everyday Sexism project are painfully familiar to working women
The Royal Armouries has verified that silk has bullet-stopping capabilities – but Archduke Franz Ferdinand forgot to wear his the day he was assassinated
Edinburgh University experts say asteroid hit Earth at a time when ecosystems had been weakened by a loss of biodiversity