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Yippee! Yippee! Yippee!

Click For Big!

(Thu 20th Apr 2006, 17:40, More)

Sony got lucky...

(Tue 10th Jan 2006, 19:04, More)

Crass or what...

A Noble Click Embiggens The Smallest Picture... Cromulently!

(Wed 27th Jul 2005, 12:40, More)

Commie, Commie, Commie, Commie, Commie Chameleon

It comes and gooooooooes
It comes and gooooooooes
(Mon 26th Apr 2004, 12:11, More)

I know, you've seen it before...

(Mon 19th Apr 2004, 11:44, More)

...and here we see the classic Americ -- Hey!

Bloody slackers!
(Fri 23rd Jan 2004, 12:24, More)

News Stories - Roll Out!

And finally, there have been multiple sightings of robots in the skies.
(Fri 9th Jan 2004, 12:14, More)

I think I can see the problem....

One of the little buggers had a pickaxe!
(Thu 19th Jun 2003, 10:30, More)

Sleeping Beauty didn't need Prince Charming...
Click for Biggy

And a huge Thankyou to Pootle for helping me upload from work (damn you Firewall), and to Tom Servo for doing likewise. You're both great, people like you keep this site going!

/edit: Woo! Eine FruntenPagen! Thanks, Magic Donkey!
(Fri 4th Apr 2003, 15:27, More)

He's not your usual copper...

But by God, he's the best we have...
(Thu 27th Feb 2003, 15:29, More)

Best answers to questions:

» Stupid Tourists

Overheard in dublin:
Two lost overweight North Americans wandering O'Connell Street looking for somewhere on the southside, looking confused.

Wife, on seeing a bunch of chavs sitting up against a bike rail:
"Herb, let's ask those athletes over there."
(Thu 7th Jul 2005, 16:41, More)

» Heckles

Fartacus
Not mine sadly.

First one is probably a bit famous, recounted by the Scottish comedian Stu Who. He'd seen Kirk Douglas' son (Not Welsh-lass marrying Michael, but another one) trying and failing at stand-up in a London gig.
He's getting heckled, and just trying to ignore them, which just makes it worse, until finally he cracks.
"DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM?!?" he yells.
"I AM KIRK DOUGLAS' SON!!!"
To which some wit in the audience replies, standing up, "No! I am Kirk Douglas' son!". Quickly followed by another audience member claiming the same, and another...

And a quicky - Ross Noble recounting the only heckle to bring himto a full and complete stop. Shouted out of the crowd in a low and mournful voice:
"You're all alone...."

MINDPISS! What're the odds?
(Thu 6th Apr 2006, 14:57, More)

» Impromptu Games You Play

Oh and Try To Get Kicked Out Of The Vatican
Warning: Requires the vatican to play.

Basically using the armless old marble busts of dead popes, stand behind them and impersonte pope BA until removed.
(Mon 29th Mar 2004, 16:11, More)

» Inventions You're Too Lazy To Make

You know!


For kids!
(Thu 8th Apr 2004, 11:47, More)

» Have you ever started a fire?

Used to start them as kids on the support stanchion of a suspension bridge in cork
we'd collect up flammable rubbish and set it alight (not enough material to damage the bridge though - it'd have to have somehow climbed 30 feet of concrete-clad stone to reach the wood anyway).

the game was to then try to get past the fire on the foot wide path around the base of the stanchion, without getting burned or falling into the river.

None of us died, so it can't have been that stupid - if you caught fire, you could fall in the river, and if you couldn't swim, the fire would jump in and save you. Yup.
(Tue 2nd Mar 2004, 17:55, More)
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