Monday, November 07, 2005

The Funniest Things You Will Ever Read (Part The Second)

These dozen items are not necessarily jokes, but are very funny if you look at them the right way. Those that aren't funny are at least revealing of something of human nature. If they are neither funny nor revealing then there is something wrong with a) my selection techniques, or b) your brain. More to come!

A rabbit called "Moon Cake" who balances food on its head. Go!

No, I do not want to know what "average finished hair meal" means. But remember: "You are what you eat read on the internet." Go!

"You could say the Rapture index is a Dow Jones Industrial Average of end time activity, but I think it would be better if you viewed it as prophetic speedometer." Well, that is so much clearer, thank you. Must say I bust a gut thinking that the French no vote on the EU constitution has downgraded the chance likelihood of The Antichrist appearing. Go!

"Virtual agents don't complain when they revisit the same sites and don't have to be paid like real people hiking the mountains." Hold on a minute... people hiking mountains get paid? Go!

Grotesque and horrid things kids do to each other. This huge site has spawned an offensive, peurile, and hilarious book. Go!

This is what happens when a bored Christian lego-loving priest gets his own web site. Go!

Dogs in elk. Really. No sort of a joke but amusing if you are a dog lover. Or an elk lover, I suppose. Go!

"Fat, green, musty-smelling nocturnal parrots, which cannot fly but can climb tall trees." Well, what frickin' good are they then? Go!

"There are many advantages to getting an autopsy." Maybe so, but I think I'll wait just a little bit longer. Complete with "graphics". Go!

Build your own 1,500,000 Volt Tesla Coil. Just don't blame me if you die. And you will. Die I mean. Not a joke. Go!

"State constitution may protect Bigfoot." This was in Nebraska. Unfortunately the page has vanished.

Margaret's Honey. This is beyond my understanding, but then again, I'm on dial-up. Go!

Sex without love is an empty gesture. But as empty gestures go, it is one of the best.
-- Woody Allen "Love and Death"


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