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From Magazine Discussion / Dick Gravy’s War Quiz
Posted 25 Apr 18 20:50
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And then there was the Laurel & Hardy film with the little dog called 'Laughing Gravy'. Why it was called that, fuck knows. The dog's name was Henry.

 
From General Discussion / I Wrote All Shakespeare's Sonnets, Claims Albanian Poisoner
Posted 25 Apr 18 20:46
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Two eight two oh!

Oh please yourselves.

I've seen more life at a séance. It's like the Glasgow Empire in here.


 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Apr 18 20:45
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Slots? Linear orifices? Television schedules?

 
From News Discussion / DACA Dogs Sniff Out Illegal Aliens at JFK
Posted 25 Apr 18 09:03
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Dear Spoofle,

Woof woof! I'm barking mad. I feel ruff! I'm off to have some whine!

Mr. A. Dog



 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Apr 18 09:01
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Noise often irritates sensitive earholes.

 
From General Discussion / I Wrote All Shakespeare's Sonnets, Claims Albanian Poisoner
Posted 25 Apr 18 09:00
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All this trouble about owls made me anxious, so I rang the Owl Help Line, to see if I could get some owl advice.

It's an easy number to remember:

2820!

 
From General Discussion / My Unicyle Hell, by Archbishop of Canterbury
Posted 25 Apr 18 08:57
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All this wet weather is most disappointing. The owls are suffering too. Why? Well, they can't breed in the rain, you know.

It's too wet to woo!

 
From General Discussion / Slender Loris Scourge Threatens Vatican
Posted 24 Apr 18 19:58
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Q: What kind of phone does a cow have?

A: A moobile!

 
From Magazine Discussion / Dick Gravy’s War Quiz
Posted 24 Apr 18 19:22
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Yes! And think of all the modes of transport that have taken their names from our wonderful gravy: like trains, boats, er, and, er, er.........rickshaws?

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 24 Apr 18 09:00
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Yoghurt, oh glutinous horror. Ugh! Runny tummy!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 20 Apr 18 17:37
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Abundance, bounty: unsoiled nuns dance and, nude, caper erotically.

 
From News Discussion / Missing County Durham man Robert Shafto found in San Fransiscan gay den
Posted 20 Apr 18 17:28
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Dear Spolfe,

  • do motorcycles have wings?
  • how did the Chief Constable of Durham Police end up in a San Fransisco "Gay Den"?
  • what is behind the sudden proliferation of persons with the surname "Gravy" in your hitherto sober organ?


Surely we, the Great Bulgarian Public, deserve answers to these, and many more, burning questions.

Yours

Harold Bisto
Epping Forest

PS "was Joan of Arc a lesbian?" is another burning question that only a moron would ask

 
From Magazine Discussion / Dick Gravy’s War Quiz
Posted 20 Apr 18 17:18
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And another thing - Fame and fortune can only be an infinitely large cock stride away after this latest magnum opus, Geoffroy, old fruit.

 
From Magazine Discussion / Dick Gravy’s War Quiz
Posted 20 Apr 18 17:17
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That's the best Dick Gravy quiz story I've read today. Well, maybe not today, but that is neither here, nor indeed there, when push comes to shove and we are trying to square this particular circle, or indeed sphere.

 
From General Discussion / Bathos
Posted 20 Apr 18 17:11
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Dear Sploofe

Which one of the Musketeers was he? I can never tell them apart?

Mao Tse Tung

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 15 Apr 18 20:44
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Ground rules order us - noxious dystopia!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 11 Apr 18 20:07
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Genre enjoyment: novel reading enjoyment.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 10 Apr 18 17:18
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X-rated reviews are theatrically erotic, dramaturgically.

 
From General Discussion / Pallindromes
Posted 9 Apr 18 19:03
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A Toyota car's Mum's, RAC: a Toyota!




 
From General Discussion / Unworthy Knighthoods
Posted 9 Apr 18 18:41
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Any of the fuckers.

 
From News Discussion / Do The Winter Olympics Suck Large Turds?
Posted 7 Apr 18 19:09
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It would have been even funnier in English.

 
From General Discussion / Haiku, anybody?
Posted 7 Apr 18 19:04
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In Spring the buds come
In Autumn leaves fall and rot
Death does not exist

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 7 Apr 18 19:00
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Singers in Norse generally expect rampant sycophancy.

 
From General Discussion / Pallindromes
Posted 7 Apr 18 10:39
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It is hard work, palindromes. Hateful palindromes work - hard, is it?

A Santa dog lived as a devil God at NASA.



Here's a palindrome poem:

Doppelganger
by James A. Lindon


Entering the lonely house with my wife
I saw him for the first time
Peering furtively from behind a bush --
Blackness that moved,
A shape amid the shadows,
A momentary glimpse of gleaming eyes
Revealed in the ragged moon.
A closer look (he seemed to turn) might have
Put him to flight forever --
I dared not
(For reasons that I failed to understand),
Though I knew I should act at once.

I puzzled over it, hiding alone,
Watching the woman as she neared the gate.
He came, and I saw him crouching
Night after night.
Night after night
He came, and I saw him crouching,
Watching the woman as she neared the gate.

I puzzled over it, hiding alone --
Though I knew I should act at once,
For reasons that I failed to understand
I dared not
Put him to flight forever.

A closer look (he seemed to turn) might have
Revealed in the ragged moon.
A momentary glimpse of gleaming eyes
A shape amid the shadows,
Blackness that moved.

Peering furtively from behind a bush,
I saw him for the first time,
Entering the lonely house with my wife.



 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 6 Apr 18 19:03
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Safety action: firemen ejected ten yodellers.

 
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