Showing posts with label humour. Show all posts
Showing posts with label humour. Show all posts

Sunday, September 4, 2011

buketsful goes off


An amusing exchange at the Pirate Bay.
Bantha-Poodoo at 2011-09-04 12:06 CET:
What is this British crap? I can't understand a word these limeys are saying.
buketsful at 2011-09-04 12:59 CET:
@Bantha-Poodoo SHUT UP INBREAD TWAT LEARN WHAT IS CALLED THE QUEENS ENGLISH OR AMERICA COULD JUST MAKE UP YOUR OWN LANGAUGE BUT YOUR JUST A LAZY BUNCH OF GOOD FOR NOTHING HILL BILLY FUKS LOL WE CANT SPEAK THE LANGAUGE WE MADE UP LLLLOOOLLLLLL FUCKIN MORONS MORE LIKE YOUR INBREAD FOR FATHERS DECIDED TO START CHANGING ARE WORDS AND EVEN HOW THEY ARE SPELT WHAT IS THAT ABOUT AMERICA IS GOOD FOR NOTHING ROBBING MURDURING SCUM FUCK OFF BACK HOME 4 TEA YOUR MUMS GOT YOUR TIT OUT FOR U READY 2 BREAST FEED A 25 YEAR OLD HILL BILLY RETARTED FUK

Monday, February 14, 2011

WWF Fun


WASHIER - Dude, that's 7 letters to start the game, but shouldn't one of them have been on the double word?


Just over the line by a couple of points here, but what gives with 3 points for the triple word two ways?


Busting the 500 - not a bad score.


What the heck with the random 'E'? It was there for a couple of turns then the app said that it needed to "repair my games" and quit on me. The game disappeared from my list when I restarted.


FARKED - Someone should let Drew Curtis know.


SQUELCH - Nice 7 letter join up, if I do say so myself.


WANKER - See next picture.


JISMS - See previous picture.


ACQUIRE - 162 points, nuff said.

Monday, January 31, 2011

The Punch

The Dawn Blog: "An Indian boy decides to come out of the sandooqcha with his British boyfriend to his middle-class Indian parents. They drop hint after hint to the clueless parents, who keep missing the lobs like Maria Sharapova on clay, until the gay couple declare the full nature of their relationship. The parents forbid him from being gay. Desperate for his parents to accept him, the boy goes up to them and says: “Look, I’m still the same person.” The mother hisses to her son: “You couldn’t have found a nice Indian boy?”"

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Yearbooks revisited


For those that may have looked at the Yearbooks post and have been interested in the 1907 book but put off at the format provided by the site (I obviously was), I have taken the liberty of creating a PDF (so that I can read it on my iPad) and I make it available for you, dear reader, to download at BlueWhite.pdf [20.51MB] (for the next 3 days). It makes for interesting reading as a snapshot of the times. Some of the content make shock the younger reader that is not familiar with how common words like 'nigger' and suchlike were used, but read it with the times in mind. The students come across as cruel at times but essentially honest in their appraisals of each other. There is a palpable sense of camaraderie in the stories and pictures of the medical students and I found it to be a fascinating documentation of the times.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Dour English

The gloomy world of spoken English (hover over the pink phrases to hear them): e.g. Past tense:

My friend had left me and I was unhappy…

I weighed 99 kilos.
Did your girl-friend say you were fat?
No, she didn't say that....

…because she'd already left me!
But had she really liked you?
No, she hadn't ever really been serious about me…

I'd been eating from the fridge at night.
Had nobody been checking the fridge?
No, my mother hadn't been checking.
I was eating 6 Big Macs a day!
Why were you eating so much?
I wasn't eating because I was hungry…

Then I met someone new and everything changed…

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Gruts for Tea

Gruts: A random, humorous blog.

Monday, June 14, 2010

You're in the Picture

TVparty!: "Probably the most forgotten show of all time was one that I was fortunate enough to see the only real episode of. It was a live game-type show and starred Jackie Gleason. It was called You're in the Picture."

Rants

Samizdata.net: "A blog for people with a critically rational individualist perspective."

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Kentuckiana


Kentuckiana Digital Library: "is your gateway to rare and unique digitized collections housed in Kentucky archives."
In this scene, children make a citizen's arrest on corpulent, red suited intruder.