“Honestly, darling, I was just doing some quantitative data collection” (Click Here).
With thanks for the link to @sevanjaniyan.
World leaders at Copenhagen have reached a compromise agreement to make Rage Against the Machine Xmas No.1 by 2020. I jest of course. And what if Joe McElderry and RATM are tied for No.1, will it go to Deadlock? I jest again.
Yes, the battle for the Xmas number one spot has been a rich comedy vein (more…)
Great headline from the Peterborough Telegraph. Those MPs! What are they like?
Click here and enjoy.
With thanks to @TMitC for the link.
Great to see a compromise has been reached in the Rage Against Machine v X-Factor battle…
For more thoughts on the Xmas No.1 click here.
And thanks to @GESwan for pointing me at the vid.
Could be a disappointing Christmas for millions of kids…
I was at the British Comedy Awards on Saturday night. Compared to other years, it was pretty mild (I was there when Julian Clary joked that he’d been fisting the chancellor Norman Lamont, a joke which led to his career being awarded to Paul O’Grady). The only real surprise was that Ryan Giggs didn’t win anything. (more…)
You have to hand it to Simon Cowell. In a bid to outwit the campaign against an X-Factor Christmas No.1, he’s announced that this year’s winner’s song will be a version of “Killing in the Name” by Rage Against the Machine. Thus he wins. (more…)