47 thoughts on “De Saturday Papers

          1. martco

            Curling – a beautiful game for those with OCD & those a bit tired and emotional gently recovering on the couch

          2. mildred st. meadowlark

            You should be proud. I’m frequently delighted with my own wit, even if it goes completely unnoticed.

            (This does not mean that I’m not funny, obviously. Obviously.)

            Also, in a moment of trivial nonsense, I enjoy watching curling. I like to think I’m a strange kind of loser.

  1. GiggidyGoo

    What a world we live in. Billions of inhabitants. Go to a sports event and there are tens of thousands of people there. Go out shopping among thousands. And what are they all looking at? Each other’s asses. Well, that’s what the likes of the Star would have us believe, that the most important thing on the planet is the shape of someone’s butt. Shouldn’t it be the smell of the butts, as is normal for other species? Couldn’t the newspapers just supply a free scratchy smelly card of celebrity smelly butts? Like the perfume sample cards?

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    1. Janet, I ate my avatar

      I’d say luckily for most of the masses if public transport is a good indication, the sense of smell in the human is under developed

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    2. Kdoc

      “And what are they all looking at? Each other’s asses.”
      It seems, in relation to shapes, to be the case that humans and other higher order animals have an innate attraction to round shapes. The psychological / biological research shows that even infants have a preference for round rather than angular shapes. I’m sure there’s an evolutionary component to our fascination with rear ends, so to speak. If males lose interest in that shape we could become an endangered species.

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        1. Goosey Lucy

          Not everyone’s! A lot of people have angular features- which, in a face might be interesting/ but in an arse not so much!
          Personally, I never understood the Pippa arse thing, as she has a nicely rounded, but also very small arse. No fault of her own like, but in the pantheon of arse, perhaps not the most amazing.

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          1. Sheik Yahbouti

            The Sheik’s arse is both small AND angular – is this a complete no no?

          2. GiggidyGoo

            Ah yeah – but a lot are round, and there’s no headlines about say, Kardishan or Middleton head.

  2. Smith

    Maybe Leo didn’t know there’s a “Balls Lane” down the road. “Misery Hill” isn’t too far either.

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    1. Frilly Keane

      funny how the Mirror didn’t mention that he who cannot be named for legal reasons also wrote Donal Og Cusacks book

      and
      is responsible for “more sinned against than sinning”
      a fú(king day before he slapped that refs black book and clattered on’ve of his own who tried to calm the ape down

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      1. bertie "The Inexplicable Pleasure" blenkinsop

        “Humphries also co-authored Come What May, the autobiography of the hurler Donal Óg Cusack.”

        It’s there in the article.

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    1. EightersGonnaEight

      Attention Brit police and securocrats: Assange is better off inside that embassy than you are outside thanks to your Brexit screwup. Brits. What a bunch of idiots. They deserve the government they got.

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