Archive for the ‘humour’ Category

25 Items the iPhone Has Rendered Useless. An amusing piece from MacLife on the Swiss Army knife of smartphones.

This is just brilliant. The best entrance to a wedding ever and a YouTube classic.

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more about “Best wedding entrance … ever“, posted with vodpod

‘l’ of a mistake

Posted: June 30, 2009 in Bermuda, humour

Wonderful misprint in today’s Royal Gazette: a story about a new monument to commemorate the 1959 Theatre Boycott was headlined, “Theatre boycott recalled 50 years later with new pubic square, sculpture , and a special film showing”. Embarrased editors corrected the typo for the online edition. I was rather relieved to read that they were showing Errol Williams’ When Voices Rise documentary about the boycott, and not something a little more risque … !

Ode to dale butler

Posted: June 21, 2009 in Bermuda, bermuda politics, humour

Bermudastandup (whoever he is) is at it again …

Bummer for Newcastle

Posted: May 24, 2009 in football, humour

And didn’t he look  an arse as the Geordies got relegated! Bet he was the butt of a few jokes …

Remi’s a riot

Posted: May 19, 2009 in humour, internet

I’ve never come across French prankster Remi Gaillard until a friend shared this link on Facebook today but he’s a seriously funny guy. According to Wiki,  he first gained attention in the French media after performing a well-documented series of stunts, including a famous appearance disguised as a Lorient football player in the 2002 French Cup final  where he took part in the celebrations and even greeted French president Jacques Chirac.

He lives by the motto:”C’est en faisant n’importe quoi qu’on devient n’importe qui” (It’s by doing whatever that one becomes whoever…) and you can follow more of his escapades at NQTV on YouTube. Brilliant stuff.

recession bermuda-style

Posted: April 17, 2009 in Bermuda, humour

This cracked me up this morning in the Bermuda Sun’s 10-page report on the recession:

Ordinary man on the street Julian Grant perhaps summed it up best when he said: “We used to go on three or four cruises a year but it will only be a couple this year.”

Only in Bermuda! The rest of the world is facing mass unemployment, plummeting property values and bankruptcy but Bermuda is still in a world of its own. One big reality check coming right up. Fred Barritt’s column also put a smile on my face this morning. His helpful recession tips included using your AIG shares to tip grocery store packers.