Some Interesting Trivia — Part 1

* The word “queueing” is the only English word with five consecutive vowels. * The name Jeep came from the abbreviation used in the army for the “General Purpose” vehicle, G.P. * The two longest one-syllable words in the English language are “screeched” and “strengths.” * The longest word in … Continue reading

Cow Jokes

Q: What do cows do for entertainment? A: Go to moo-vies. Q: What band is a cow favorite? A: Moody Blues Q: If a cow could be a musician, what would it play? A: Moog synth Q: Which job is a cow most suited for? A: Baker. Because they’re making … Continue reading

Offensive Chinese Food Menu

Fresh Every 2 7 Days PEE YU PLATTER Clothes Pins Extra HOO FLUNG POO Napkins & Raincoats Provided SUC SUM TIT Children’s Special YUNG POON TANG No Take Out Orders Accepted LUNCHEON SPECIALS SUM YUNG CHICK [$6 99] Different and Delicious WON HUNG LO [$6 99] Chinese Meatballs SUM DUM … Continue reading

Where has All the Humour Gone?

Following the recent announcement that all available humour has been used, and is now being recycled, a very unexpected reaction has occurred in Congress. Responding to a flood of calls and letters,, members of both houses of Congress have come together to attempt to resolve the problem. In a rare … Continue reading

fortune Cookies

The Washington Post Style Invitational challenge was to come up with a fortune cookie you’d like to see. 4th runner up: If Newt wrote this, it would be worth $ 4 Million. 3rd runner up: Help! I’m being held prisoner in a chinese fortune cookie factorie so I’m putting my … Continue reading