Humour

Wed 28 Mar 2012

A woman of a certain age

IT'S a sad reality but there are things a 22-year-old female can endure that the body of a woman of a certain age is no longer capable of attempting.

  • Humour
  • Family Taming - Wendy's World

Mon 26 Mar 2012

Our CIA coal conspiracy

AUSTRALIA has moved into crisis mode to save the coal industry following shocking revelations that the CIA may be trying to shut it down.

1 Bellows

Fri 23 Mar 2012

Tue 20 Mar 2012

Wolverine and the soccer mum

TRY telling people you're the victim of a hair straightening incident that went horribly wrong and watch all the sympathy fly right out the window.

  • Humour
  • Family Taming - Wendy's World

Mon 19 Mar 2012

Dad's Army Olympians

AUSTRALIA is putting its older stagers back into battle in a bid to achieve Olympic glory and better TV ratings in London 2012.

Wed 14 Mar 2012

Mon 12 Mar 2012

Shapely leg goes viral

ANGELINA Jollee's leg has hired an agent and a personal masseur after taking on a life of its own following a hit appearance at the Oscars.

Sun 11 Mar 2012

Learning not to set the bar too high

AS A mother I've learned not to set the bar too high. You only set yourself up for disappointment, damages or at the very least a disgusting mess on the carpet.

  • Humour
  • Family Taming - Wendy's World

Mon 5 Mar 2012

Carp coy about new rut

THE Federal Government has renovated an old leader and sent him overseas to make irrelevant and self-righteous utterings on behalf of Australia.

Wed 29 Feb 2012

A day for the ladies and 'leaplings'

FEBRUARY 29 is a leap day - the day that allows "leaplings" in their 80s to pretend they're in their 20s and single ladies of all ages to put a ring on it.

'Austar moments' and a bed of nails

THERE'S nothing quite like the comfort of your own bed. A place to rest your head after a long hard day and a place of peaceful slumber.

  • Humour
  • Family Taming - Wendy's World

Mon 27 Feb 2012

PM world implodes

FORMER prime minister Kevin Rutt has spat the dummy and quit Cabinet, blaming people with no faces, diphead diplomats and a Chinese interpreter.

Tue 21 Feb 2012

Thinking can be treacherous

PRIME Minister Julia Gizzard is again in trouble over shocking revelations she may have thought about seeking the top job before she actually took it.

Thu 16 Feb 2012

Return of pomp and wigs

THE new Parliamentary Speaker Peter Slapper is putting the pizzazz back into Parliament by leading a parade of minstrels and acrobats through the chambers.

Fri 10 Feb 2012

Something to cry about

TOWN crier Bob Townshend is busy preparing for the 22nd National Championships of the Ancient and Honourable Guild of Australian Town Criers in March.

Tue 7 Feb 2012

Mr Sheen cleans up PM

PRIME Minister Julia Gizzard's hold on leadership looks dire after she received a strong endorsement from former leader Simon Sheen.

Fri 3 Feb 2012

Mon 30 Jan 2012

It's now the hot shoe scuffle

NEGOTIATORS have been called in to secure the release of the Prime Minister's shoe after it was captured and held hostage by protesters late last week.

Tue 24 Jan 2012

Wobbles in world of wigglie

THE world of children's entertainment has been thrown into disarray through a decision by singing group The Wigglies to swap guys in yellow skivvies.

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