Category Archives: Humour

Cargo vessels filled with adjectives

William sat on a tide of dried punctuation marks. The sea was an encore and the cliffs served as a resting place for his shoulders as he made love to a shipping container. On the ocean, cargo vessels filled with … Continue reading

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Adorable Cuteness

A pangolin was bathing in mud when a film crew arrived to make a record of his adorable cuteness. ‘Clear off,’ he shouted, ‘your anthropormorphism says more about you than it says about me.’ – Benjamin F Jones

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Light Picks Out Detail

My hair is greying and my skin pulls up into powder light dunes. My arms are sprayed onto my torso, white brushed with sodium brick and chain link rejection, where I crawl face down on the carpet like a pork-chop … Continue reading

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The Spigot: the Origins of Valentine’s Day

The first interpretation of this celebration originates from a small walled city called Luberus. Whilst the city’s defences were being constructed hordes of hungry open countryside armed with brushes and scrubbers roamed outside. To honour the engineers working on the … Continue reading

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Dying Coven

No, no. Witches do not strip and run round in the forest naked with broomsticks. Well, not our lot anyway. We’re a bit too old. It’s another of those modern day myths – like the fat lady whose bottom formed … Continue reading

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