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Watch this and think about J.S Bach

You can almost hear the music of the spheres.

4 Scroat 08.10.11 6:52am
September Writer of the Month

Congratulations to Bonjonelson whose story 'Homeopathic leak threatens catastrophe' was the run-away winner for September, infecting huge swathes of the internet and spreading undiluted comedy around...

28 editor 07.10.11 4:08pm
So. Anybody know what was the first ever newsbiscuit fp was?

And who from then is still posting now?...

13 Screenie 07.10.11 1:57pm
Has He risen yet? 0 rikkor 07.10.11 1:51pm
Interesting Road Names - 23

We were looking through some forms that came in the office yesterday and someone gave their work address as being in a place called 'Salubrious Passage'. I shit you not. And it wasn't a sex worker,...

68 SpankyMonkey 07.10.11 1:26pm
I don't really do tickers, not good ones anyway

So I was as surprised as anybody to discover that I'd actually written Al O'Pecia's excellent 'Steve Jobs riP' sub. Any chance it could be credited to Al please?...

7 Vertically Challenged Giant 07.10.11 12:39pm
RIP Bert Jansch 8 07.10.11 12:21am
Study Shows Only Losers Sit Through News Site Tickers 1 Textbook 06.10.11 10:57pm
Charlie Gilmour "Just Another Dick In The Mall", Court Hears 1 Mathna 06.10.11 3:37pm
Ridiculous photo captions

Always fun to spot, and CNN always has plenty. I like this one from today:

2 bonjonelson 06.10.11 9:46am
Was R Kelly a sloth ?

Nice NiB, VCG And while I'm offering daft animal videos:, and,...

0 Sinnick 06.10.11 8:27am
Apples. Lovely. 1 Runestone Cowboy 06.10.11 8:20am
First time novel from NewsBiscuit writer

Congratulations to Toasts_Not_Ghosts aka James Mylet whose first novel is published today. Toasts has been a contributor to NewsBiscuit for many years and he credits this site with kick-starting his...

13 editor 06.10.11 12:46am
Previously on Newsbiscuit...(and now on The Onion)

Afternoon all. Now I know it's easy to come up with the same comic idea as someone else -- often with a frighteningly similar take -- with no knowledge of the comparable work. I've done it myself...

7 nealdoran 05.10.11 11:30pm
Trawling through the archives I stumbled across this... And would just like to say that it's absolutely bloody brilliant...

2 Vertically Challenged Giant 05.10.11 10:55pm
Heseltine’s looking well... not sure about Maggie, though...

2 John Ffitch-Rucker 05.10.11 10:07pm
Are you sick of Internet bulies kicking sand in your face? You need a Bullworker

Does anyone remember those Bullworker adverts? Or indeed the bullworker itself? Wouldn't it be great if you could have a keyboard you could squeeze at both ends, so you could surf the internet,...

3 ronseal 05.10.11 8:43pm
Is there occasionally a banner at the top of this site advertising 'Fish dating'

I swear I saw one out of the corner of my eye just as I clicked off the page, can't make it come up now though...

18 Screenie 05.10.11 7:04pm
In case you missed it - Daily Mail runs with Knox appeal rejected story hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...

4 thisisall1word 05.10.11 11:26am
Tammy Flugh
A return to traditional values...

with a nice, silly FP. Bravo!...

4 riesler 05.10.11 11:00am
Vertically Challenged Giant
Multi tasking extremes

apparently some twat driving on M27 was nicked for using his laptop and writing answers to popmaster while drinking coffee and indicating. I get confused if asked a question while cutting up a...

3 vertical 05.10.11 10:23am
Today's FP

A different story, but reminiscent of

3 fun and games 04.10.11 9:06pm
The All New Jeni B
Moral Maze: Is it ever okay to black up?

Am going to a Batman party and rather than join the ranks of many Batmans, Jokers and Harley Quinns thought I'd be different and go as Lucius Fox as played in the last two films by Morgan Freeman....

13 shitsu_tonka 04.10.11 6:11pm
The All New Jeni B
Eds. Ticker has the i before the e.

But 'conceived' doesn't...

2 exigo 04.10.11 5:23pm
Never a cross word - 2

Anticipating a slow day on Monday I decided to have a crack at the Telegraph criptic but finished it in 2 hours - most unlike me!, It got me thinking: You clever folk can, I'm sure bang one off...

57 beau-jolly 04.10.11 3:48pm
Who dun it? Fuckin’ Poirot, that who.

For the past few weeks I’ve been amusing myself on tedious car journeys by listening to old Poirot tapes. It strikes me that, in more cases than not, the arrogant little Belgian bastard comes up...

3 beau-jolly 04.10.11 3:14pm
Glad I found this place. - 2

Hi. My name is Richard and I have rubbish in my head...

33 RJWinter 04.10.11 12:52pm
Well done Screenie!!! 5 Al OPecia 03.10.11 8:11am
Screenie turns out my partners are a bunch of cnuts. Come and make me smile.

A frothing smorgasboard of vile insults to hurl would be very welcome...

28 Ironduke 03.10.11 6:43am
Lunar surface damaged by space vehicles....

.Sore Moon...

1 nickb 02.10.11 8:20pm