"Humour" Blogs & Blog Posts

Orbis TerrorumOrbis Terrorum

A “finger” on the pulse of British terror. Now incorporating the “ski...

 
Caffeinated TravellerCaffeinated Traveller

Travels, tales and caffeine, this blog shares with readers insights into pl...

 
take it to the chorustake it to the chorus

Sifting through the agonies and ecstacies of the music we call pop.

 
daysgobydaysgoby

daysgoby is a blog detailing my life in Canada after I moved here from the ...

 
Brain Dead Air - Tech NewsBrain Dead Air - Tech News

Your regular interface with dimension geek. Humorous spoof tech news.

 
Donovan's worldDonovan's world

Ramblings of a much published New Zealand author

 
TraygonTraygon

Personal blog of Richard Edmonds, some fantastic posts covering all topics ...

 


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Phone call 92 y.o Dad: It's just me checking on an elderly person as emergency services suggest & to remind you to keep hydratedMe: I was going to ring you later.Dad: I got in 1st because you're nearly 65 & so are elderly!Both of us hysterica...

I've never wanted to be in a gang more than this one. pic.twitter.com/9PiJIc2bOe— Back To Nature (@backt0nature) December 29, 2017...

Following on the very successful research behind The Etiology and Treatment of Childhood first published sometime last century comes the British Medical Journal’s release of more recent research articulated in The science behind “man flu” (11 D...

FROM STIFF UPPER LIP, JEEVES, BY SIR P G WODEHOUSE KBEBERTIE: "But what's happened?"I faltered, if faltered's the word.JEEVES: "I regret to inform you, sir, that Miss Bassett has insisted on Mr Fink-Nottle [Gussie] adopting a vegetarian diet. His moo...

In The Spectator, Selina Mills argues that we should get rid of our Victorian 'notions of disability'.Of course, it’s hardly surprising that Dickens — and many other 19th- and early 20th-century novelists — would use Tiny Tim in this way. At th...

The LipService company returns to Haworth:LipService presentsThe Hysterical Historical ShowThe Old School RoomDecember 7, 7:00pmPart stand up, part pub quiz and 100% passionate tribute to 6 women who made Britain famous. Featuring Elizabeth Raffald,...

BBC Radio 3 has author Jacqueline Wilson recall the first time she read Jane Eyre. It's lovely to hear her!And more audio as KPBS features Jen Silverman's play The Moors. There's an audio (and transcript) available with Kim Strassburger, who pla...