The Onions are on holiday. Meanwhile here is some light music.
Friday, 25 May 2007
Wednesday, 23 May 2007
Tuesday, 22 May 2007
There was widespread sadness last week after Hazel Blears, miniature candidate for Labour deputy leader, was saved from drowning in a one inch puddle by supporter Stephen Pound MP.
Monday, 21 May 2007
Thursday, 17 May 2007
Wednesday, 16 May 2007
David Cameron thought swing voters could not fail to be impressed by the he-man photographs on his personal website. Instead the photos have spread across the internet like wildfire making the Conservative leader an international laughing stock. The site showed pictures of a semi-naked Mr Cameron displaying his rippling muscles while wearing a cowboy hat. In others he was pictured sitting on a motorbike, kickboxing and doing the splits. In an attempt to show he is a deep thinker, he wrote: "Unless we have the right leader in life we will forever crawl within the boundaries delimited by our own ignorance." The images have now been removed from the site and Conservative Central Office is refusing to comment.
Tuesday, 15 May 2007
Zimbabwe was elected last week as head of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Economic Development, with the amused support of member states from Africa and South America. Zimbabwe's ambassador to the UN, Boniface Chidyausiku, announced his country's proposals with a chuckle: "We know all about sustainable development! Inflation may be over 2,000%, but at the same time we've reduced our life expectancy to the lowest in the world, so it all pretty much evens out."
"Sure, we voted for Zimbabwe, why not?" said the delegate from Cuba. "You should have seen the faces of the Americans and the Brits! It was worth it just for that."
Sunday, 13 May 2007
Saturday, 12 May 2007
A new film reveals the reality of Tony Blair's Britain in the wake of the Prime Minister's announcement of his resignation. 10 Years Later shows a ravaged post-apocalyptic country laid waste by a decade of Blair. An epidemic of the "rage" virus has turned ordinary people into zombies. The few who remain uninfected flee to the protection of the US army as the undead rampage through a wasteland of higher living standards and improved public services.