This chap just had a read of this. It is a Russian propaganda guide to stealing your roommates Burrito.
It struck him that they missed the obvious one:
“Roommate mysteriously falls from radioactive park bench, dies of broken neck. D-Notice issued.”
Never eschew the obvious. Or the unbelievable. Both can defeat the application of Occam’s Razor. Not that it can’t be misapplied, of course…
Best Ed Sheeran album ever
(with many thanks to Modern Toss at the Guardian)
The Pedants’ Revolt
(original attributed to Chris Green — found at the Analytical Grammar/Grammar Planet Facebook page)
…. as it might strike a chap ..,
… then at least say it differently.
The Chaps do admit to a continuing love affair with language —
“a continuing love affair with
language;the sound of their own voices” — fixed that for you, you’re welcome
Have it your own way. Couple that with a love of the pithy insult — yes, this definitely reflects our feelings.
and you’ll understand how our interest was piqued by a recent tweet from The Canary. Apart from being rude enough to call the UK Foreign Secretary ‘a bag of gas‘
No argument from this quarter
and illustrating it thusly
it prompted one David Simon (he of “The Wire“) to retweet with a most delightful addition — a preamble describing Boris as a “Low-bottom taintsniff.” Witness a literary lion in action! We love it.
The Other Chap may perhaps recall a gift of a wall chart of Shakespearian insults?
itself giving rise to a rather nice mug.
Perhaps we should offer it as some sort of prize for something?
We did. I won.
What a difference a year makes
It’s been just a year now that the Worst President Ever has been in office, and the Chaps found a selection of cartoons addressing that short history.
Not The State Of The Cartoonian then?
No, No, No – This is far more sophisticated.
Biggest Crowd Ever
Continue reading “The First Year — In Pictures”
In a different world, this chap published this video – well worth a watch.
Now there’s another one …
Same director. Same sentiments. Same brilliance.