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It's all Greek to me 10 Titus 3 weeks

The people of Greece dislike the austerity demanded by their Euro partners / creditors. So why don't they simply quit the Eurozone and inflate their way out of debt? Britain's economy works fine...

Timing is everything - 1 Wrenfoe 3 weeks

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-33050289 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKLNPlwxTPA I'm almost tempted to watch it...

Love this!!! 15 Scroat 3 weeks

http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z38/dcoxell/10922857_846395005402585_7399886613386628895_n_zpslwrjtklx.jpg...

Well done John O’Farrell 19 godly1966 4 weeks

Something rotten! The musical partly written by JOF has been nominated for a shed load of awards on Broadway...

Ceausescu ... Saddam Hussein ... Gaddafi ... Blatter ... who's next? 10 Titus 4 weeks
Royal mail steak to be sold off 1 Bagger 1 month

The government's remaining steak in the Royal Mail fridge is to be sold off to help pay down the deficit, George Osborne has said. The chancellor said the steak would be sold when ministers could be...

homeopathy gone nautical 0 Robert Koch 1 month

http://www.quackometer.net/blog/2014/11/have-homeopaths-reached-peak-stupid.html...

Blatter's Successor 3 Titus 1 month

Place your bets: Kim Jong-un = 20:1, Robert Mugabe = 50:1, Vladimir Putin = 100:1, Rupert Murdoch = 200:1, Jeremy Clarkson = 500:1, Ed Miliband = 1,000:1 Why not go for a double? Blatter to...

What's happened to Ed? 22 bonjonelson 1 month

Is this site being run by a bunch of badly-trained monkeys in Ed's absense? Someone made a complete hash of replacing the left alert with the new 'McDonalds' one, by both leaving the words 'Left...

I've never followed football - 2 30 throngsman 1 month

So apart from the obvious shenanigans around FIFA that a moron could detect, could anyone illuminate me as to why Blatter keeps getting this job?...

Irish Truebiscuit 1 Scroat 1 month

Electrocuted crow leads to temporary power outage in Ballybunion...

Quote of the century: "My mandate does not appear to be supported by everybody" 0 Sinnick 1 month

You're right, it isn't...

when will radio 4 be free of Paddy Ashdown 2 Robert Koch 1 month

just when you thought we were rid of this plague, it returns...

FAIP 1 Titus 1 month

We have UKIP for those who have misgivings about Britain being part of the EU. Isn't it about time someone established the Football Association Independence Party (FAIP) for those who think British...

NewsBiscuit cutbacks reduce front page to news-in-brief length. 10 Crayon 1 month

Should we no longer invest 250-400 words in writing a front page story now that 145 words are sufficient to get published in this time of austerity?...

Metaphor hell this morning on Radio 4 8 Scroat 1 month

David Cameron was putting a concrete wish list on the table. And someone else was selling someone down the river and this was coming back to haunt them. Nearly as good as the copper-bottomed...

Seb Blather 5 Scroat 1 month

I thought that the person at the top was meant to carry the can when things went tits up?...

Need to check mains household mains voltage? Not a job for an ammeter 22 Robert Koch 1 month

found the incorrect spelling on a web site about restoring old oak tables . Suspect an old gag already out there., Anyone wish to make this thing humorous ? Apprentice electrician appointed by...

UK productivity fall matches uptake of Windows 0 Robert Koch 1 month

says NB's chief economics correspondent...

Copywriters... 4 Scroat 1 month

I don't want to go all Nigel Farrago on you, but has anyone noticed a trend in advertising to use catchlines that seem to disregard English grammar completely? I put it down to people from abroad...

An interesting conundrum 3 Scroat 1 month

Had a meeting with a company last week about re-writing their website. You can tell when these things go well, and also when they don't. I asked a couple of basic questions. 1 - how would you sum up...

This wins the Truebiscuit award hands down 0 sydalg 1 month

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3097092/Islamic-preacher-warns-men-masturbate-hands-PREGNANT-look-offspring-afterlife.html...

Got any favourite Newsbiscuit headlines besides your own? 10 Dick Everyman 1 month

This is one of mine http://newsbiscuit.com/forum/topic.php?id=681#post-1845...

Back up your brain - the nightmare continues... 1 riesler 1 month

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/hay-festival/11627328/Humans-could-download-brains-on-to-a-computer-and-live-forever.html...

Slowbiscuit 20 bonjonelson 1 month

Is it just me or is the site horribly slow today?...

There hasn't been an enquiry into what happened to WOTM for nearly a week now 1 sydalg 1 month

This tradition is disappearing, along with the freedom to refuse to bake cakes for gay weddings...

Truebiscuit 5 seymour totti 1 month

Surely someone here has written this. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-32800365 With lines like "Those attending the vigil are asked to wear a cow onesie and bring a candle", you couldn't...

Is one of you moonlighting for the BBC again? 3 LittleSpender 1 month

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-32800365 "Those attending the vigil are asked to wear a cow onesie and bring a candle". Really? Can someone write a story about how all the onesies catch...

top 10 anomaly... 14 pere floza 1 month

I note that a particularly crap rape sub is showing as number 10 in the Top Ten, despite having one star. Perhaps that table is just based on total number of stars rather than active editing - so if...

Awesome...truly awesome 1 Gerontius 1 month

An often overused saying., But not this time., https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1q4-tzMI28, The piece is over 7 minutes long but virtually flawless...