Humour & Jokes

Do you have a GSOH?

  • Yes

    Votes: 39 46.4%
  • Sometimes

    Votes: 14 16.7%
  • No

    Votes: 10 11.9%
  • What's a GSOH?

    Votes: 21 25.0%

  • Total voters
    84

Mythopoeika

I am a meat popsicle
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For a bit of fun, wondered what would be suggested if I Googled, 'Mythopoeika t-shirt'.

Nothing found and I was redirected to, 'Mythopoeia t-shirt'

Various miscellaneous results therein - some seeming connections with Goths and Irish Dancing.

Clicking on the links slightly further, this came up.

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Thought, 'hmmm... that ain't too bad... not much of a laugh though'...

So... what do you think... maybe actually quite like it just as something wearable and different?

If I may have a cautionary word...

When I looked at this again, noticed something in the description... o_O

Honestly couldn't make this up... :D

Now maybe that's your thing and no issues here...

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Nothing to do with ME, I assure you. :)
 
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Nothing to do with ME, I assure you. :)
I just couldn't believe it, when I only later noticed the description. :p

I was honestly thinking... that t-shirt's not too bad... quite nice actually... different, isnt it... yea, I'd wear that...

Thought now occurs that you could buy one of these, as a 'gift' for someone you surreptitiously, 'really wanted to get back at'...

'... I wanted us to be friends again and I bought you this nice t-shirt'...
 

Vardoger

Don't stand, don't stand, so close to me...
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There's definitely a toilet paper addiction in the population. So much that when it's hard to get, it can be sold for millions in dark alleys.

A production of seashells for toilet use will destroy a whole paper industry.

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Kryptonite

Stanley Unwin enthusiasty. Deep joy!
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I tried to type on my phone, “I’m a functional adult.”
My phone changed it to “fictional adult.”
I left it as is, as I feel that’s more accurate.
I occasionally comment on a blog about comic-book artists from the 60s-80s. Anytime I mention a talented gentleman by the name of Carmine Infantino, my phone auto-corrects it to Canine Infantile.

Also, I recall reading somewhere years ago that a music journalist submitted an article on drummers to his editor, not realising that his pc had changed 'Bonzo Bonham' to 'Bonus Bonhomie'.
 

Krepostnoi

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Also, I recall reading somewhere years ago that a music journalist submitted an article on drummers to his editor, not realising that his pc had changed 'Bonzo Bonham' to 'Bonus Bonhomie'.
I've just had my own embarrassing experience of autocorrect - corresponding with one of our merciful and beneficent moderators, my phone changed Enola to Ebola. Embarrassing mistake, especially as they could scarcely be any more different: one swiftly dispatches the afflicted, while the other is an infectious disease etc. etc.

Anyway, in these troubled times, do we not all need some bonus bonhomie? My apologies for not contributing any in the previous paragraph.
 

Ermintruder

Delineated by a professional cryptozoologist
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My car is on permanent summertime.
What, do you mean that it arrives at its destination an hour before you do?

Or that it makes tanned & sweaty irrespective of whether it's January or July?

...Photoshopped (I can't generate the ELA just now, because I'm too asleep)

In other news, that Kent effort is a stroke of genius (well, surely it does still qualify as a form of outdoor exercise)


And another sign of the times...
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