Friday humour - June 01, 2012

Daily Border Closing--Pomp and Circ*mstance?

This is both fascinating and hysterical.
This is how the border between India and Pakistan is closed every evening!!
This is not a Monty Python comedy skit, but it does resemble one.
Keep in mind that each of these countries has nuclear weapons.

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New iPad
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Secret Service

The Secret Service issued new rules of conduct for agents Friday.
They can no longer get drunk, procure hookers or go to strip bars.
The rules say that from now on, if agents feel the need to engage in such
behavior, they can run for public office like everyone else.

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From: Diks

Six Golden Rules For F***ing

1. F***ing once a week is good for your health but harmful if done every day.

2. F***ing gives proper relaxation for your mind and body.

3. F***ing refreshes you.

4. After f***ing don't eat too much; go for more liquids.

5. Try to do f***ing in bed because it can save you valuable energy.

6. F***ing can even reduce your cholesterol level.

So remember - Fasting is good for your health - and may God cleanse your
Dirty Mind!

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From: Diks
Best Bartender Joke Ever

A puppet, a black guy, an illegal alien, a Muslim and a Socialist walk into 
a bar.

Bartender asks:

"What'll it be, Mr. President?"

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From: Nottingham Smithie
Some light entertainment it makes a refreshing change from the usual
awkward wedding shuffle
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From: Tommo963
More video parodies

Hey There V**ina
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The nominees for this year's Best British Female at the Brit Awards get
competitive
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Love the Way you Write - Harry Potter & Hermione Vs Eminem & Rihanna.
PARODY
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From: Tommo963

Walk Off The Earth's cover of 'Somebody That I Used To Know' has been seen
over 50 million times. One month after the video went viral the first spoof
has been made and is gaining incredible attention. The Key of Awesome
covers 'Somebody That I Used To Know' with their own lyrics about how they 
are tired of sharing one guitar. At two days old the parody has over a half
million views.
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Bruno Mars Grenade PARODY!
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Lady Gaga Telephone Parody (ft Beyonce):
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Katy Perry Firework Parody
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The Key of Awesome! : Jennifer Lopez On The Floor ft. Pitbull PARODY! - Key
of Awesome #37!!
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Adele PARODY ft. Angry Birds! 
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Maroon 5 - Moves Like Jagger PARODY! 
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Foster the People - Pumped Up Kicks PARODY! 
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What Makes You Beautiful - One Direction Parody! 
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Adele: Set Fire To My Farts!
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Adele Someone Like You PARODY!
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Harry Potter and the Steamy Slow Jam!
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From: Anonymous3
Doolittle Raiders' 70th Reunion
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For those of us who are WW-2 buffs of a sort, hope you enjoy this diorama
of the Doolittle Raiders 70th  Anniversary Reunion  two weeks ago.  Gerry
talked with a lady who came to see the planes which she helped build in
1940...she was a "Rosie the riveter".

The static display on Tuesday -- this line-up of 20 North American B-25
"Mitchell" fast medium bombers, of various versions and paint schemes,
gathered at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in observance of the
Doolittle Tokyo Raid on Japan , 18 April 1942:

I spent about eight hours walking up and down the flightline, doing about
three circuits of the aircraft, taking many photographs, learning
additional new history, listening to war stories by modern aircrews and
WWII veterans,
seeing some old friends and making a few new ones, and absorbing lots of
solar radiation -- a great day!

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Man in the moon
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The Man in the Moon is an imaginary figure resembling a human face, head or
body, that observers from some cultural backgrounds typically perceive in
the bright disc of the full moon. An example of lunar pareidolia, the
figure is composed of the dark areas (the lunar maria, or "seas") and
lighter highlands of the lunar surface.

In one common Western perception of the face, the figure's eyes are Mare
Imbrium and Mare Serenitatis, its nose is Sinus Aestuum, and its open mouth
is Mare Nubium and Mare Cognitum. An older European tradition sees a figure
of a man (Maria Serenitatis, Tranquilitatist, Fecunditatis and Nectaris)
carrying a wide burden (Mare Vaporum and Lacus Somniorum) on his back. He
is sometimes seen as accompanied by a small dog (Mare Crisium).
Conventionalized illustrations of the Man in the Moon often seen in Western
art show a very simple face in the full moon, or a human profile in the
crescent moon, corresponding to no actual markings.

"The Man in the Moon" can also refer to a mythological character said to
live on or in the moon, but who is not necessarily represented by the
markings on the face of the moon. An example is Yue-Laou, from Chinese
tradition.

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Roller Skates
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Roller Skates From 1923--GREAT!!!

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From: Burnout
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From: Burnout
And go back to Austria...
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From: Kaos_reflex
The whole sordid tale in, ... Gillard, Swan, Slipper, Thompson
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Still driving at your age
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Hidden Within Logos....
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Do you see the arrow between the "E" and "x" ? I had never noticed this
before.
2nd and 3rd "T"s are two people sharing a tortilla over a bowl of salsa
Probably the world's most famous bike race. The "R" in "Tour" is a cyclist,
yellow circle front wheel of bicycle.
Arrow probably means Amazon has every from A to Z ??
There is a sideways chocolate kiss between "K" and "I".
There is a bear if you look closely at image of Matterhorn. Toblerone
chocolate bars originated in Berne, Switzerland whose symbol is the bear.
See "31" embedded in the "B R"? Thirty one-derful flavors !!!
Northwest Airlines. Circle is a compass. Guess which direction the arrow in
upper left corner (or beginning of "W") is pointing?
See the gorilla and lioness ?
Smiley face is also a "g" like in "goodwill"
Used to be the emblem for the Milwaukee Brewers. Baseball glove forms an
"M" and a "B"
Logo was designed by a college art student.

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QUIZ

ARE YOU A MALE OR FEMALE?
NOT SURE?
HAVE A LOOK FURTHER DOWN TO FIND OUT....

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NOT IN THE EMAIL YOU DAFT BUGGER !

I do worry about you sometimes!

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