Monthly Archives: January 2015

Dad Joke of the day

Q – Why did the farmer make his cows wear stilts?

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Of Racehorses and word games

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When I was a kid this tongue twister helped confuse me about the similar homonyms of one and two.  It goes a little something like this.

Won-one was one racehorse, Two-two was one too, Won-one won one race and Two-two won one too.

Now my kids are just as confused about similar homonyms of one and two as I was.


Dad Joke of the day

Q – Where did the dressmaker build her house?

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Hitler Sings – by Spike Milligan

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Terrence “Spike” Milligan was a comedian, writer, musician, poet, playwright, soldier and actor. He was the kind of comic genius that saw him influence the Monty Python crew, Kenny Everett and many other pioneering comedians.  A member of the famous Goon Show with Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe and Michael Bentine he brought madness and madcap to generations.

He possessed the kind of malaise that the genius possess and the insane lament and which saw him regularly voluntarily institutionalised as a sufferer of bipolar disorder. His mind, however gave us such classics as the Q series, The Idiot Weekly, Price 2d and many more. Here he portrays Hitler singing in the style of other famous crooners of the time.

Enjoy.

Love the pies in the face between takes.


Dad Joke of the day

Q – What is red, invisible and nutritious?

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Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff – The New King of Rock & Roll

Kim Says this is Funny!

Twenty20 cricket and Elvis impersonators are not things that naturally go together you would think.

Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff, former England cricket captain and Elvis enthusiast, thinks differently.

Check out his form whilst mic’d up during a Big Bash league game. Not a bad choice of material either.


Killer Quotes – Monkey opening monologue

“In the Worlds before Monkey,
Primal chaos reigned,
Heaven sought order.
But the Phoenix can fly only when its feathers are grown.
The four worlds formed again and yet again,
As endless aeons wheeled and passed.
Time and the pure essences of Heaven,
The moisture of the Earth,
And the powers of the Sun and the Moon
All worked upon a certain rock – old as Creation,
And it magically became fertile.
That first egg was named Thought,
Tathagata Buddha, the Father Buddha,
Said, ‘With our thoughts we make the world.’
Elemental forces caused the egg to hatch,
from it then came a stone Monkey.
The nature of Monkey was irrepressible!”

Opening Monologue – Monkey TV Series – NTV/KHK

Another of my childhood influences was the TV Series Monkey. Many a lunch hour was spent running around the playground pretending to be zooming here an there on my own cloud taking me to the fight. Between the fantastical elements, the highly acrobatic and artistic fight scenes and the awful English overdubbing the show was fertile fodder for the imagination of many a 9 year old boy.
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Dad Joke of the day

Q – What does a hipster weigh?

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Dad Joke of the day


Q – What was Forest Gump’s computer Password?
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Dad Joke of the day

Q – Why are skeletons so calm?
A – Because nothing gets under their skins.


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