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Discussion in 'Personal' started by knitone, Jan 24, 2016.
My mother often refers to the 'curate's egg'.
my favourite quote
As a kid I was given a book called 'A Century of Punch' which was chock full of cartoons from the mid 19th century onwards. My all-time favourite (I can't find it on Google) was from the late 1940s, and showed two people in a car driving into a bombed site car park, and one's remarking to the other "They'd have some amazing car parks if they used the atom bomb".
My other favourite is by Kevin Woodcock - most teachers should appreciate it:
(Some might even recognise the mummy on whom it's based.)
My considered reply . . .
. . . to aramandine2
What is that @knitone? It's funny.
Not at all my favourite but where do you start?
A woman can dream. I'm not proud of hating Blair. I wish I could be more forgiving. But I'm not.
The first cartoon is a Glen Baxter.
or pretty much anything else from 'The Far Side'.
Oh, they're fabulous. Thank you so much for this!
That's it. I shall be amused for hours now. There'll be no stopping me.
You've picked a good Larson - I have a book full of these techno jokes which are too left field for me. I've been looking for a good Peter White 'Sable' image (for DG perhaps)