Clod Magazine’s “What Are You?” quiz offers readers the chance to win a unique bracelet from Bangkok. All you have to do is to sum yourself up in four words to scoop this extremely offensive South Asian weave! (closing date 31rst of August 2015).
In his ‘Emphasis’ column, Alan Vaughan probes the contents of our daily lives to gauge exactly how watered down they are. (Why is it that Arts Councils always seem more than happy to “back a few losers”?).
New french cartoon characters ‘Abbleau l'oie et Garamond’ feature in T.Fitzayre’s new strip. In this edition Garamond is desperately looking for his breakfast.
A giveaway centrefold supplement (“from the rat-box of crime”) consists of unpublished Clod material that dates back from the late 1980’s when Clod magazine was still in it’s infancy. These items were unearthed in a recent clear-out of the Clod office loft in Luton, UK.
Regular favourites, (Magazines in Review, Readers’ Letters, and P.Stabber Aphorisms), are here in abundance.
A guide to child-grooming looks set to win the hearts and minds of over-excitable and unnecessarily aggressive parents.
Clod also looks at ‘Legal Highs’ and reminds us of all the Legal Lows that are still scandalously available in our High Street shops. These ‘lows’ include : -cinema ticket to see ‘Shades of Grey’ film
-Panini style sandwich
-Tom Hanks DVD box-set and of course