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What Your Underwear Says About You

When you're bad, you're very bad. And when you're good, you're still trouble!

You're a closet exhibitionist who gets a thrill from being secretly naughty.

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I wish death on no-one

  • 19th Jun, 2007 at 8:18 AM

thought I'd get that done and out of the way first:)

However, I'm not upset Bernard Manning is dead. His 'comedy' was
misogynistic, racist and to quote Mr Burns; specialist. 

This kind of humour pointed out our differences and helped to instil fear because of them. In the UK we didn't have a cold war
propaganda machine to pump out fear at us at every turn as happened in the USA so we did not see the rise of the Jerry Farwell’s who helped to foster fear. I think in the UK we had more subtle and slightly more evil fear mongers, these people couldn't play on the fear being pumped out by government, during the 50's the UK government was mostly interested in making sure there was enough to eat and recovering from a very costly war, there were no additional resources to devote to pointing at bogey men and thus did not leave a legacy of fear for others to fill. Fear still seams to have found a way in and imnsho it was through 'comedy' such as Man About the House or Till Death Do Us Part which even as a child I didn't get the jokes although my parents (both quite racist) seemed to find hilarious. This type of 'humour' was all outward facing which helped to engender fear of the other. The things I love about the comics I like now is it's internal, they look at themselves and find things to point at and say that's absurd then they look at the outside world and point that out to the rest of us. Now, another fear peddler is gone and the world will be a better place for it.

I send my sympathies to Mr Manning’s family as they have lost a loved one and wish them well during their grief process.

However, I kinda hope the person waiting for Mr Manning on the other side is a one legged, lesbian, black, single mother - but then I'm evil, it's a gift.

Dxx

This made me cry laughing

  • 18th Jun, 2007 at 1:41 PM

http://icanhascheezburger.com/

Am particularly loving page 2:

here!! I is hiding

HERE!!! I IS HIDING
OH NOES! YOU DISABLES I WITH HED SCRATCHINGS! …IS OK, I HAS SOME FREE TIMES.

go see them all!

dxx

What kind of superhero would you be?

  • 17th Jun, 2007 at 8:12 PM

Completely snaffeld from Brendan Burns myspace:

Your results:
You are Catwoman
Catwoman
100%
Supergirl
90%
Batman
80%
Green Lantern
80%
Iron Man
80%
Wonder Woman
70%
The Flash
70%
Robin
65%
Spider-Man
60%
Hulk
50%
Superman
40%
You have had a tough childhood,
you know how to be a thief and exploit others
but you stand up for society's cast-offs.


Click here to take the "Which Superhero are you?" quiz...

People I'd love to go see - comedy

  • 16th Jun, 2007 at 10:08 AM

Their shows that is - not a spot at the comedy club:

Brendon Burns
Jim Jeffires
Rick Hall
Ed Byrne
Bill Hicks: Slight Return, but all of it not just the bit I've seen!
Adam Hills - there's a lot of Aussies appearing on this list!
Ardal O'Hanlon
Bill Bailey
Jenny Eclair
Victoria Wood

More to be added as I think of them!

dxx

Jim Jeffries, funny, offensive, great Amsterdam joke!

http://www.jim-jeffries.com/

dxx

For the crafty and enviromentally minded!

  • 11th Jun, 2007 at 8:30 PM

and this is SUCH a good idea:

http://www.morsbags.com/

dxx

PS if you do it would be nice to see pictures:)