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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

I THOUGHT THAT THIS WAS PARTICULARLY FUNNY. BUT, THEN AGAIN, AS MY WIFE WILL TELL YOU, I HAVE A PARTICULARLY JUVENILE SENSE OF HUMOUR


Nobody Does It Like The Purple Rail Of Hiva Oa.


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I found the above application on a forum about mosses, and I thought it was ridiculously funny. I am not quite sure why. However, I looked at it again this morning and still think that its funny. I showed it to Richard (who is just as stupid as me) and he thinks it is funny.

So here is a competition. To win a free year's membership of the CFZ and a copy of issue 7 of The Amateur Naturalist be the progenitor one of the three funniest slogans involving a cryptid, constructed using the above utility...

Compy ends sunday night.

7 comments:

Tabitca said...

It's a lot less nessie than a hover.
I agree it is funny!

Tabitca said...

big foot-it looks good on you
rofl...I am going to go now and stop wasting time

stormwalkernz said...

The Three I got which I thought were rather good were

A Cryptozoologist - The Appetizer.

8 out of 10 Owners who expressed a preference said their cats preferred Cryptozoology.

Please Dont Squeeze the Lake Monster.

I thought they were rather funny thing of getting a teashirt made of the last one.

Tony Lucas

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Tabitca said...

cleans right round the almasty
lol
I couldn't resist another go.