Tag: Tits on a fish

But They Should Be Easy To Trace!

RSPCA Inspector Steven Craddock said: “We believe they were dumped around teatime on April 22. “If anyone saw a vehicle or horse box in that lane around that time and took a note of the registration number we would like…

Because We Don’t Understand Symbolism!

A Toyota advert featuring a car speeding through narrow streets before bursting through a glass barrier has been banned… Eh..? Why? … for condoning dangerous driving. *stunned silence* The ad for the Toyota GT86 was set in an animated virtual…

Naked lie

Back in February I wrote a very angry sweary blog post about airport scannersand about how the Australian federal government had decided that they’d be installed at all Australian international airports, and I explained, not for the first time, how…

No, Mister Coe, I expect you to die

It was on the news here the other day that residents in expensive apartments in East London are up in… well, not arms exactly because they don’t have any, but up in something because someone’s suggested arming their apartment block…

Be scanned or be banned

Rage warning – the article that prompted this post provoked one of the Angry Exile’s periodic descents into red mists, from where only the sound of his his almost incessant swearing could be heard. This post therefore contains greater than…

Let’s get the flock out of here

Or, if we’re talking about pigs, the herd. And obviously that’s a lot easier if the herd has its own fully signed, designated escape route which it knows because there have been escape drills. Yes, we’re still talking about pigs, and…

A perfect storm of stupid

So we’ve just had the Greens’ carbon tax rammed through with the support of the minority Labor government, and now it’s the plain tobacco packaging, which I read… …will pass the Senate with the support of the Greens. Is it…

Victory? For whom?

“Town halls are to be shamed into bringing back weekly bin collections, it was revealed yesterday. In a victory for householders and the Daily Mail, ministers unveiled a £250million fund to restore them. Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles said councils…