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Pizza for the DALAI LAMA

15 Jun

Tibetan leader sees the joke… sort of

AN ATTEMPT by Australian TV presenter Karl Stefanovic from Channel 9’s Today show to tell a Dalai Lama joke to the man himself backfired with hilarious results, at least for viewers. As elements of the joke were translated to the religious leader, he mostly maintained a blank stare though he did laugh when Stefanovic tried to explain the joke.

The Dalai Lama walks into a pizza shop and says:
“Can you make me one with everything?”

 

ROYAL OUT-OF-TOUCHINESS

27 Apr

Dame Edna uninvited to The Wedding

By NED BELLY

LEVEL-HEADED TV viewers will be denied the opportunity of watching The Wedding from a less obsequious perspective as the result of a ban by the royals’ humour-less media department. The ABC has been forced to cancel its satirical royal wedding special featuring The Chaser satirical comedy team, after Buckingham Palace announced new restrictions banning drama, satirical and entertainment programs from using footage of the ceremony. […]

The COMPUTER says “NO”

8 Apr

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A film by Juan Fernando, Andrés Parrilla and Esteban Roel García Vázquez – one of the finalists in the ninth edition of the Jameson Notodofilmfest internet-based short film festival

Synopsis: Only somebody brave, with a rebel soul, may enter the jungle of the outlaw and fight face to face against the most dangerous men on this side of the river…

 

AIR PIRATRY

8 Mar

WITH EXAGGERATED airport security, “low-cost” flights and now wildcat strikes by overpaid air traffic controllers in Spain… travelling long ago ceased to be even remotely pleasurable. All we have left is our sang-froid – and some light relief spotted on the internet.

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POSTCARD from BRIZOL

7 Dec

The Tale Of The Goblet That Didn’t Come Home

By Barrie Suart

ONCE UPON A TIME  11 Englishmen lost a precious goblet while journeying in Africa in a land called Fifa. Their leader, Don Cornetto Capello, was instructed by his sponsor, Lady Cheryl of Newcastle-upon-Cole, to go back and find it. […]

INNER PEACE

1 Oct

One man’s journey of discovery…

“By following the simple advice I heard on a medical TV show, I have finally found inner peace.
A doctor proclaimed the way to achieve inner peace is to finish all the things you have started. So I looked around my house to see things I’d started and hadn’t finished and, before leaving the house this morning, I finished off a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of shhardonay, a bodle of Baileys, a butle of vocka, a pockage of Prunglies, tha mainder of botal Prozic and Valum scriptins, the res of the Chesescke an a box a choclits. Yu haf no  idr hou fkin gud I feal.”

HIGH times in the BUSH

1 Oct

A koala was sitting in a gum tree smoking a joint…

…when a little lizard walked past, look up and said, “Hey, koala, what are you doing?” […]

Summer FANTASY

18 Jul

Spaniards dream of water frolics

(Photo: Sexologia.net)

SOME FANTASISE about a ménage à trois… others a sexual encounter with a stranger. For Spaniards, however it seems the favoured dream during summer holidays is to have sex in the water. […]

JUST not CRICKET

3 Mar

Bowling them over with his diplomatic skills

howard cricket THE JURY REMAINS out on John Howard’s tenure as Australian prime minister from (1996-2007) but the verdict is pretty well unanimous on his cricket accomplishments. […]

Nul POINTS

1 Mar

The good, the bad – and the plain silly of Eurovision

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Lordi: Finland's first, and to date only, Eurovision winners

FROM THE country that gave us Lordi – winners in 2006 – this year’s Eurovision contest will feature some rocky East Finnish folk from the Moon Whisperers (Kuunkuiskaajat). […]

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