Patrick Scullin
17/4/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 1
To Humor (English) and 4 more
Hannity Declares Innocence In “Witch Hunt”

Hannity Declares Innocence In “Witch Hunt”

Sean Hannity fidgets in his seat as his hands work a fidget spinner so hard it creates hurricane force winds. His eyes dart about wildly as he leans forward and confides to The Lint Screen, “I am the real victim here, I tells ya. A truly innocent...

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Excellent Patrick Scullin!

17/4/2018
Nicole Chardenet
14/4/2018 · 3 min read · ~10 · 2
To Humor (English) and 4 more
The #FirstWorldProblems Booby Prize

The #FirstWorldProblems Booby Prize

I like to keepabreast of what’s going on in the mother country, so I’ve beenfollowing the tempest in a bra cup over the American high schoolteenager who will be forever traumatized by.......being told byschool officials to cover her naked...

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Nicole Chardenet - it seems to be the British (closely followed by the French) who have come up with a lengthy list of names for body parts. Notable are 'bazookas' , 'The Dream Team', 'Babushkas', 'Terrordomes', 'Lilyhammers', 'Nunga nungas' and of course 'luverly jubberlies'! I haven't come across many South African nicknames (obviously hanging out with the wrong crowd :( )

17/4/2018
Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Terms like 'Over the Shoulder Boulder Holsters' come to mind as well!

17/4/2018
Lisa Gallagher
4/8/2017 · 16 min read · ~100 · 11
To Humor (English) and 13 more
Randall Burns
3/8/2017 · 16 min read · +100
“Political Correctness” in a Professional Kitchen

“Political Correctness” in a Professional Kitchen

Warning/Disclaimer; This article is NOTPolitically Correct, (by today’s standards), there is very colorful language,off-color humor, and general teasing across a broad spectrum so if you’re aS.N.A.G., (Sensitive New Age Guy), a self-righteous,...

Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie

Did two seasons as prep and scully - F bombs a plenty. Everyone should have to work a cafeteria - rank meant shit when you had to get it ou or clean it up.

16/4/2018
Renoy K. George

Renoy K. George

Looking forward to reading them.

16/4/2018
Ken Boddie
30/3/2018 · 4 min read · ~10 · 4
To Café beBee and 5 more
Why I Choose to Chomp on Chunks of Chocolate this Easter

Why I Choose to Chomp on Chunks of Chocolate this Easter

Ever wonder why we gorge ourselves on chocolate each Easter weekend (as though some of us actually need an excuse)?Ever wonder why we have chocolate Easter eggs and why they're filled with air instead of being solid? Ever wonder why we have an...

Ken Boddie

Ken Boddie

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15/4/2018
Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Well fortunately my curves are not as convex as they should be after the last 2 weeks of overindulgence... That's what a strict diet of chocolate and coffee will do for you! Maybe I am onto something new - Cardwell's patented Chocolate and Coffee Diet - try it (it really works!)

15/4/2018
Nicole Chardenet
13/4/2018 · 6 min read · ~10 · 1
Adventures in Mid-Life Dating, Part 7: Flirting As A Terrorist Act

Adventures in Mid-Life Dating, Part 7: Flirting As A Terrorist Act

Well, you know what theysay about insanity, right?Oh no wait, I meant theother definition of insanity. I decided to shake things up a little and give Spinal Tap somecompetition, and try a more famous dating service. We’ll call...

Nicole Chardenet

Nicole Chardenet

Thanks Todd! Actually my ex went through a prolonged divorce with his wife but for a good reason...he would have ditched her much sooner but the child custody case had to be resolved first...and it was a LOOOONG-ass custody trial. He was thrilled as hell the day he got the final papers...

14/4/2018
Nicole Chardenet

Nicole Chardenet

Actually the marriage laws here I think split it 50/50 here if I recall correclty (I've never gotten married here so I don't know personally). Supposedly that's one of the reasons why men here resist marriage as that can be problematic if that 50/50 also includes everything you brought into the marriage rather than just what you both contributed from the wedding day onward. Which I can understand...and anyway marriage is kind of an outdated concept anyway, it's really just an old-school way to 'ensure' paternity of the children and as of the last few decades DNA testing can resolve that issue easily enough. Millennials aren't as much into marriage as some of my younger friends tell me (although I'm going to one of their weddings in June).

14/4/2018

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