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Black Mirror

Someone mentioned this, can't find the post now. Think it's on 9pm tonight. Only just worked out that a 'black mirror' could be the name for an LCD or plasma tv. Clever name, slow me...

7 Runestone Cowboy 05.12.11 9:21pm
Has this been done before?

My mojo briefly snapped back to life yesterday when the idea popped into my head of a dog going on an extended sweary rant about how he knows perfectly fucking well he's a good boy, thank you all the...

5 Oxbridge 05.12.11 6:30pm

On Saturday mrs 4fun & I were at the local Infant school 'Christmas Fair' [not 'Fayre' -phew]. We were buying some expensive burgers for lunch, so that Michael Gove can keep Government costs...

0 dvo4fun 05.12.11 5:41pm
Clegg goes for the popular vote..., Maybe the taxpayers money that makes up MP's pay should also be means tested. ...

1 riesler 05.12.11 11:14am
Fox carcass discovery closes restaurant. But thankfully "Eating foxes is forbidden in Germany under food hygiene regulations that ban the consumption of dog-like animals."...

1 Username 05.12.11 9:21am
Unexploded German goth well blung , but likely to set off mental detectors...

0 Username 04.12.11 11:34pm
I’ve found Doylem...

he’s taken his talents to the Guardian comments section.,

2 John Ffitch-Rucker 04.12.11 9:58pm
The All New Jeni B
Puffin twatted I particularly like the phrase "something must have been wrong with him to cause him to come down in Winchester in the first place". Yes,...

4 Sinnick 04.12.11 11:43am
Something for the weekend

[url=]A little bit off the top[/url]...

10 beau-jolly 04.12.11 9:49am
New comedy writing thing. are doing a new thing called gists. Everyday there's a film, you submit the funniest recap and it goes on the front page and is read and adored by millions. To find gists go...

2 shitsu_tonka 03.12.11 11:58pm
I really should know better 1 bonjonelson 03.12.11 11:35pm
toiletries for tramps Bought this on a '2 for 1' in Sainsburys. When I got home, noticed it offers '72 hour protection'...

14 03.12.11 3:01pm
November Writer of the Month – Vertically Challenged Giant

Congratulations to Vertically Challenged Giant who wins his second successive Writer of the Month award after his stories scooped the top three spots in November’s most-read list. VCG secured the...

15 editor 03.12.11 11:48am
Aspiring Writers in the Manchester area...

There is a free BBC 'workshop'* for writers at the Insight festival this Sunday morning at 11. *hate the non-industrial use of that word...

9 editor 02.12.11 8:30pm
The 1997 Dianathon / Living in Crassland

The Diana thing. Is that when, as a nation, all this maudlin bollocks started about dead people, who were in some way celebrities but never known personally to c. 99.999% of us? I was out today so...

16 dvo4fun 02.12.11 2:34pm
S'not funny, wayland

Well, it is really; I just had to get the pun in. The concept isn't original, just the design. I remember being nauseated watching my (French) belle-soeur using the following device:, http://assets...

4 Sinnick 02.12.11 11:44am
John Ffitch-Rucker
Magic ingredient for FP success - 2

Any hints and tips on how bag myself a FP? I've had some modest success with NIBs up to now but not made the big one. What's the magic FP ingredient?...

37 Clarky 01.12.11 5:29pm
The All New Jeni B
Yorkshire Pop Songs - 2

I have a sudden and unexplained need to create Yorkshire-themed pop song titles. Perhaps you can add to this list. Summat kinda ooh, York state of mind, Ey up we're the Monkees and of course...

49 bonjonelson 01.12.11 9:24am
Paul McMullan, ex News of the World Deputy Features Editor

Hope the bastard gets trampled by reporters on his way home...

4 Scroat 30.11.11 8:06pm
And I look like Brad Pitt.

8 John Ffitch-Rucker 30.11.11 5:42pm
John Ffitch-Rucker
Fact fans; the opposite is also true

3 thisisall1word 30.11.11 2:04pm
Interesting how BBC choose their photos

1st version of Alistair Campbell approaching the enquiry: snarling, 2nd version, a few minutes later: serious,...

0 Sinnick 30.11.11 12:06pm
Top notch FP, Waylandsmithy

Satire of the highest order. Right on the money, so to speak...

4 SingingHinny 30.11.11 11:00am
Dickens or Shakespeare
Shouting at the radio again this morning

They were talking about the strike affecting air travellers. "Fears over long delays have not materialised." NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!!!!!...

2 Scroat 30.11.11 8:28am
Ricky Gervais at his funniest ever!!

Anyone catch him on Radio 4's Front Row last night? He was hilarious. Problem was, I think he was being serious. Or maybe it's some elaborate triple bluff? You must listen. He's bonkers...

0 Scroat 30.11.11 8:22am
Stylish motorway driving - 2

Saw contender for driver of the year this week. On my local high-mortality motorway. Middle lane-hogger with nothing on nearside lane. Well that's just irritating and way below nomination threshold....

30 dvo4fun 30.11.11 8:11am
Sick TV show made me hapless drug addict

Far from me to claim that this isn't a fuss about nothing;, if we all club together and organise a Daily Mail approved protest maybe we could get this...

5 thisisall1word 29.11.11 8:54pm
John Ffitch-Rucker
I'm not Spartacus either.

A few months ago I was accused of being RRRRGarrry by Bongojohnson and his little mate. Now some brave, anonymous tagger is accusing me of being Saltire. Saltire hasn't been seen on here for a while...

9 greg various 29.11.11 6:26pm
Why I don't understand money

An American tourist checks in at a little hotel in the south of France. He pays $200 for his room. The hotelier nips round the corner and pays off her bill at the grocery store. The grocer goes...

10 Scroat 29.11.11 3:58pm
greg various
Are we all too nice to each other?

As I look in the writers room, a huge number of posts, most of them amusing, but not outstanding, have five stars. Are we all being too generous? If you receive less than five stars from someone, do...

22 bonjonelson 29.11.11 12:44pm
No Beard