Posts Tagged ‘funny’


October 9, 2009

I love the word titivate a transitive and intransitive verb:

1. To make decorative additions to; spruce.

intransitive verb:
1. To make oneself smart or spruce.


Fashionable Recession

June 3, 2009











I am often amazed at how are wider environment impacts what we see on the catwalks and ultimately what the fashion brands end up offering us in the likes of David Jones and other high street stores. Now it seems even the economic doom and gloom is having an impact, only it’s not all doom and gloom. These t-shirts designed by Sydney based illustrator and designer Dan Adams are his attempt at injecting some humour into the situation, and he seems to have hit the nail on the head with these t-shirts.
This time last year if ever you went to a party or dinner it seemed all people wanted to talk about was their latest house purchase or where is the best place to buy or what funds they were investing in, now all those same people seem to be trying to out do each other in terms of who has the most debt. I’d love to walk into one of those parties wearing one of these t-shirts.  
For more information about these t-shirts or the other work Dan Adams does contact

Hilarious Victoria Wood interview sketch

May 28, 2009

In these uncertain economic times it might be wise to brush up on your skills for possible interviews. Some fantastic interview tips to be had in here and am sure it will make you laugh as well.

Tom Fishburne Cartoon

May 27, 2009

Brand cartoon

Well worth checking out his blog:

Will the reall Miss California please step forward

May 19, 2009

This is hilarious – a parody of Miss California giving a press conference, not far off what the genuine article said…


Are you ready to be a parent?

April 6, 2009


  Test 1 – Preparation

  Women: To prepare for pregnancy:-

  1. Put on a dressing gown and stick a beanbag down the front.
  2. Leave it there.
  3. After 9 months remove 5% of the beans.

  Men: To prepare for children:-

  1. Go to a local chemist, tip the contents of your wallet
  onto the counter and tell the pharmacist to help himself
  2. Go to the supermarket. Arrange to have your salary paid
  directly to their head office.
  3. Go home. Pick up the newspaper and read it for the last

  Test 2 – Knowledge

  Find a couple who are already parents and berate them about

  their methods of discipline, lack of patience, appallingly
  low tolerance levels and how they have allowed their children
  to run wild. Suggest ways in which
  they might improve their child’s sleeping habits, toilet
  training, table manners and overall behavior.

  Enjoy it. It will be the last time in your life that you will

  have all the answers.

  Test 3 – Nights

  To discover how the nights will feel:

  1. Walk around the living room from 5pm to 10pm carrying a
  wet bag weighing approximately 4 – 6kg, with a radio turned
  to static (or some other obnoxious sound) playing loudly.
  2. At 10pm, put the bag down, set the alarm for midnight and
  go to sleep.
  3. Get up at 11pm and walk the bag around the living room
  until 1am.
  4. Set the alarm for 3am.
  5. As you can’t get back to sleep, get up at 2am and make a
  cup of tea.
  6. Go to bed at 2.45am.
  7. Get up again at 3am when the alarm goes off.
  8. Sing songs in the dark until 4am.
  9. Put the alarm on for 5am. Get up when it goes off.
  10. Make breakfast.

  Keep this up for 5 years. LOOK CHEERFUL.

  Test 4 – Dressing Small Children

  1. Buy a live octopus and a string bag.
  2. Attempt to put the octopus into the string bag so that no
  arms hang out.

  Time Allowed: 5 minutes.

  Test 5 – Cars

  1. Forget the BMW. Buy a practical 5-door wagon.
  2. Buy a chocolate ice cream cone and put it in the glove
  compartment. Leave it there.
  3. Get a coin. Insert it into the CD player.
  4. Take a box of chocolate biscuits; mash them into the back
  5. Run a garden rake along both sides of the car.

  Test 6 – Going For a Walk

  Go out the front door
  Come back in again
  Go out
  Come back in again
  Go out again
  Walk down the front path
  Walk back up it
  Walk down it again
  Walk very slowly down the road for five minutes.
  Stop, inspect minutely and ask at least 6 questions about
  every piece of used chewing gum, dirty tissue and dead insect
  along the way.
  Retrace your steps
  Scream that you have had as much as you can stand until the
  neighbours come out and stare at you.
  Give up and go back into the house.

  Test 7

  Repeat everything you say at least 5 times.

  Test 8 – Grocery Shopping
  1. Go to the local supermarket. Take with you the nearest
  thing you can find to a pre-school child – a fully grown goat
  is excellent. If you intend to have more than one child, take
  more than one goat.
  2. Buy your weekly groceries without letting the goat(s) out
  of your sight.
  3. Pay for everything the goat eats or destroys.

  Test 9 – Feeding a 1 year-old
  1. Hollow out a melon
  2. Make a small hole in the side
  3. Suspend the melon from the ceiling and swing it side to
  4. Now get a bowl of soggy cornflakes and attempt to spoon
  them into the swaying melon while pretending to be an
  5. Continue until half the cornflakes are gone.
  6. Tip the rest into your lap, making sure that a lot of it
  falls on the floor.

  Test 10 – TV

  1. Learn the names of every character from the Wiggles,
  Barney, Teletubbies and Disney.
  2. Watch nothing else on television for at least 5 years.

  Test 11 – Mess

  Can you stand the mess children make? To find out:
  1. Smear peanut butter onto the sofa and jam onto the
  2. Hide a fish behind the stereo and leave it there all
  3. Stick your fingers in the flowerbeds and then rub them on
  clean walls. Cover the stains with crayon. How does that
  4. Empty every drawer/cupboard/storage box in your house onto
  the floor & leave it there.

  Test 12 – Long Trips with Toddlers

  1. Make a recording of someone shouting ‘Mummy’ repeatedly.
  Important Notes: No more than a 4 second delay between each
  Mummy. Include occasional crescendo to the level of a
  supersonic jet.

  2. Play this tape in your car, everywhere you go for the next
  4 years.

  Test 13 – Conversations

  1. Start talking to an adult of your choice.
  2. Have someone else continually tug on your shirt hem or
  shirt sleeve while playing the Mummy tape listed above.

  Test 14 – Getting ready for work

  1. Pick a day on which you have an important meeting.
  2. Put on your finest work attire.
  3. Take a cup of cream and put 1 cup of lemon juice in it
  4. Stir
  5. Dump half of it on your nice silk shirt
  6. Saturate a towel with the other half of the mixture
  7. Attempt to clean your shirt with the same saturated towel
  8. Do not change (you have no time).
  9. Go directly to work

  You are now ready to have children. ENJOY!!

Hilarious Website Names

March 26, 2009

Something to put a smile of your face, some domain names that might have seemed like a good idea at the time but could really have done with some more thought…

1. A site called ‘Who Represents’ where you can find the name of the agent that represents a celebrity. Their domain name… wait for it… is

 2. Experts Exchange, a knowledge base where programmers can exchange advice and views at

3. Looking for a pen? Look no further than Pen Island at

 4. Need a therapist? Try Therapist Finder at

 5. Then of course, there’s the Italian Power Generator company…

 6. And now, we have the Mole Station Native Nursery, based in New South Wales (that’s in Australia):

 7. If you’re looking for computer software, there’s always

 8. Welcome to the First Cumming Methodist Church. Their website is

 9. Then, of course, there’s these brainless art designers, and their whacky website: 10. Want to holiday in Lake Tahoe? Try their brochure website at

Very good use of humour in advertising….

February 23, 2009

Is it time you got a new job?

February 3, 2009

Great ad for a recruitment agency, the poor koala…..