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From General Discussion / US sanctions to North Korea
Posted 11 Aug 17 15:21
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VC, that sentence does not appear in Korean, so it's quite worthless...

 
From General Discussion / US sanctions to North Korea
Posted 10 Aug 17 06:47
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Dennis Rodman...

 
From General Discussion / Who Is The Biggest Waste of Space?
Posted 2 Aug 17 18:00
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I guess he was blinded by the light and cut loose like a deuce another runner in the night...

They say it's more advisable by day...

 
From General Discussion / Who Is The Biggest Waste of Space?
Posted 31 Jul 17 07:10
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looks pretty cold mate, I prefer the warmth...But certainly looks beautiful.

 
From General Discussion / Who Is The Biggest Waste of Space?
Posted 31 Jul 17 07:07
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thanks for the tip VC! We'll be over in Arizona this September and I'm hoping to lose myself in the Grand Canyon or the desert for a couple of weeks!

 
From General Discussion / Who Is The Biggest Waste of Space?
Posted 30 Jul 17 11:00
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I regard a "waste of space" as a place still not discovered, faraway from ever maddening crowds, noisy fucking neighbours, crap TV, traffic jams, in fact anything regarding modern day survival!

This is a real "waste of space" and I just cannot wait to discover it...

 
From General Discussion / Celebrities Now Hiding Out Here
Posted 24 Jul 17 07:44
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Yes I agree, Amy Winehouse's spirits are certainly making my head spin...

 
From General Discussion / Humour Rights in China
Posted 18 Jul 17 18:21
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My old Chinese mate, ancient, skinny, broken rickshaw puller, WAN-KIN-DIK is funny too...

 
From General Discussion / Wombats
Posted 13 Jul 17 18:17
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boom, boom...EQ, that tickled my pubes...

 
From General Discussion / Wombats
Posted 13 Jul 17 07:14
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I guess being cryptic and all, one could search for a womb at below the belt, a female one of course...

 
From General Discussion / Guildford Musk Ox Cull "Unavoidable" Claims Boris Becker
Posted 2 Jul 17 15:28
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I once had a BB in Scotland, fine lassie...

 
From General Discussion / Oyster Soup Horror Blights Oxford
Posted 30 Jun 17 06:36
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I actually have noticed recently my spirit is rattling my bars in an attempt to escape but, it'll just have to wait I guess...

 
From General Discussion / Oyster Soup Horror Blights Oxford
Posted 30 Jun 17 06:34
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However, I personally believe a sardine clinging to the Eiffel Tower is potentially more powerful than a Trump in his tower depending on which side of the "thin line" one inhabits...

 
From General Discussion / Oyster Soup Horror Blights Oxford
Posted 30 Jun 17 06:31
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Nostradamus once predicted, "1 can be as powerful as nothing or everything!"

 
From General Discussion / Oyster Soup Horror Blights Oxford
Posted 29 Jun 17 07:41
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not for me, I love it! But I know the feeling....

 
From General Discussion / Oyster Soup Horror Blights Oxford
Posted 28 Jun 17 06:38
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Intellectual idiosyncrasies from our local, imperial master of aquatic observation! There's plenty of water running off his back, quack!

 
From General Discussion / Moles
Posted 27 Jun 17 07:02
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Guess who's back? Our moles survive because I gave up shovelling...



 
From General Discussion / Ethnic Humour
Posted 13 Jun 17 17:46
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The greatest stand-ups are those who crack jokes about the very people watching them. We all identify in some form or another to what the comedian is actually telling jokes about; us!

Therefore, this means that this particular comedian is only cracking jokes about the situations he sees in our daily lives and makes a living out of it, so what?

Comedy is a subjective matter, I love Python, you love Dad's Army, etc. However, I prefer Eddie Murphy or Chris Rock cracking jokes about their ethnic roots and not a caucasian white dressed in a black face attempting to do the same...Subjective as mentioned...

 
From General Discussion / Newsfeed Slow
Posted 2 Jun 17 06:38
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I believe we are going back to the "snail post era" retro is in!

 
From General Discussion / Hipstery
Posted 1 Jun 17 06:56
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Dipstory = History of Dipsticks...

 
From General Discussion / Trump a Shakespearean Play
Posted 18 May 17 07:44
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Macbethian manoeuvres!

Romeo and Juliet kissed
The Bard got pissed
Macbeth back-stabbed in the dark
Henry the Eighth was up the bark
Shakespeare, I never, ever missed..

 
From General Discussion / Mafeking - Use in a sentence
Posted 15 May 17 06:56
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Mafeking was not a Boar, and even Michael Caine was off color that day...

 
From General Discussion / World's last living Nazi war crimes prosecutor passes on chilling message about conflict
Posted 13 May 17 16:05
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VC, very fishy in Volendam and many Japanese tourists swallowing raw herrings smothered in onions! Quite revolting...

 
From General Discussion / World's last living Nazi war crimes prosecutor passes on chilling message about conflict
Posted 12 May 17 15:10
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The Dutch tend to be thin, tall, totally misunderstood, high as kytes and always believing they are more important than they are. Hence, being ancient, rather thick around the waist and a total loony, I guess it would be difficult spotting me at the Gay parade because I have never been there and pink tight panties really do not flatter my superb physique.

VC, away from crazy Amsterdam you would spot me no doubt. Here in this rather mundane (with hills actually) part of Holland I am lucky to be able to cross the border into Germany (5 minutes) and enjoy the sanity that once was insanity and the rest is history...

In fact, I prefer Germany to Holland, nice people, great beer, wine, and food, and much cheaper than here. However, my wife is Dutch, and the rest is history again!

 
From General Discussion / World's last living Nazi war crimes prosecutor passes on chilling message about conflict
Posted 12 May 17 07:44
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Not wishing to upset EQ too much VC; yes Holland has its quaint areas. However, things aint quite what they used to be and demographic movements, like in all of Europe, have changed the face of many towns, cities, etc.

Holland is still a pleasant place to live, I am not a great fan of it, but it's a lot better than many surrounding countries, including the UK (unless you have bags of bucks). They deal with the huge difference between haves and have nots in a good, respectful way, and as mentioned, much better than the UK. Perfect is nowhere, so a compromise is the best one can achieve, and Holland is good for that...

Yes you are right; Die deutsche Krankheit, OktoberFest, has also invaded Holland and seeing Dutch people dressed like Bavarian Lederhosen Pissartists is quite amusing!

 
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