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Comedy: Society's Mirror

Arguably the most important aspect of a comedians job is to hold a mirror up to society to point out our flaws and idiosyncratic behavior in the hopes of challenging people of all walks of life to be objective about divisive issues such as race, religion, politics, and sexuality etc. 158 more words

Tropic of Cancer - Henry Miller

Tropic of Cancer is a novel by Henry Miller that has been described as “notorious for its candid sexuality” and as responsible for the “free speech that we now take for granted in literature”.  92 more words


Ay, Bastos Pala

(This one is written in Tagalog. So… )

Dahil hindi na natin maiaalis ang musika sa ating buhay, naging isa itong paraan upang makapagbigay ng mensahe sa mga tao. 427 more words


Dozens of Met officers charged for obscene image crimes

By Tom Payne

Scotland Yard was under fire last night after it emerged that nineteen officers were investigated for possession and distribution of obscene images in 2013 – the highest number since 2006.


April 6 – Day Six: SUNDAY SILLY (part i) [Nonsense poems - The Limerick]

I’ve decided that each Sunday I’m going to have a bit of fun (hence Sunday Sillies).

As a child I loved reading Edward Lear, Lewis Carroll (obviously), Ogden Nash’s children’s poems & nonsense poems general. 1,388 more words


Apologies and obscenely happy goats

I am sorry to everyone who follows this blog. I have not posted in a while mostly because I haven’t written anything in a while. It’s funny when life gets in the way of well… life. 209 more words


I think you've got the wrong number ...

When your cell phone number spells out something profane, chances are pretty good you’re going to get a few prank calls.

Trust me on this – I speak from experience. 544 more words