Category Archives: Humour
A few songs to pump up that holiday spirit; here are some familiar tunes with twisted lyrics. Don’t play these too loudly if you’re concerned about your reputation. These are not for anyone easily offended by overt sexuality and general … Continue reading
With Season 4 of the Game of Thrones behind us, we realize that people only use the toilet in movies when the plot demands it. In fact, without doing a count, I suspect people have sex more often than they … Continue reading
It’s absolutely no surprise to anyone who knows me that I love offbeat and bad movies. They could have called it the Gnawing Dead, but went with Zombeavers instead. A review at Best Horror Movies says it all: The toxic waste has … Continue reading
Parents and grandparents are always baffled by what pre-vocal children are thinking, and especially what it is that makes them sad or upset. The answer may be deeper than you think.
Who else is so uniquely qualified to perform The Time Warp. Here’s a parody of the 10th doctor his companions with friends and foes performing the timeless classic. For special cosplay, a chance to wear a bow tie with … Continue reading
We’ve all struggled to read and understand government documents. Sometimes it seems they are deliberately vague to assure deniability by the bureaucrats who author them. The worst examples are probably written by a committee who disagree fundamentally with each other … Continue reading
Theodor Seuss Geisel who wrote under the pen-name Dr. Suess, created many memorable characters including the environmental campaigner, The Lorax. The book has continued to influence the battle between environmentalists and commercial interests since its publication in 1971. But what … Continue reading
We all know the story of Noah and his ark. The latest interpretation of the myth is currently the top box-office movie. But what if Noah really did have two of everything? Before antibiotics too.
When people think of Prince Edward Island, one of the first thing that comes to mind is Anne of Green Gables, the 1908 novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery. In movies, television, and musicals, Anne has been portrayed as a feisty, … Continue reading
The twin cities could have been saved.