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  • From the depths of Hades

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    Probably because you took away its status as a planet and relegated it to ‘dwarf’ status… … and we all know short people are vicious, little buggers whose punches to… Read more

  • Testing 123…

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    My wife had a workshop with a big, new corporate today. Something that could easily run over into extra-time so we decided I would take the first born progeny to… Read more

  • THIS is…

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    I’m old enough to remember the golden age of air travel. Okay, that’s a lie. I do however remember it being less gross. But that might just be me romanticizing… Read more

  • Pronunciation

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    I mispronounce words all the time. Like Moët. As in Moët & Chandon. Not that I drink, or really care what people think… eh… anymore. But I think this is… Read more

  • Average grades

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    I’m skeptical this story ever happened. (Its something I found on Pinterest). Its way too cute and neat. I still liked it though (enough to transcribe it)… in an apocryphal… Read more

  • Arthropod agronomy

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    I have Hodotermitidae. Which sounds like something you might have caught spelunking in crevasses with dubious hygienic standards. Or, I suppose, having your crevasse questionably spelunked. Let me not be… Read more

  • Basset hound ownership

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    Someone sent this to my wife. It’s basically the most honest thing I’ve ever read… How to prepare yourself for owning a Basset Hound… Get a concrete block, put a… Read more

  • Rick-rolled.

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    I don’t watch the news anymore. Considering I used to be a Network news junkie in my youth. To be fair I also used to watch test cricket and binge… Read more

  • Mans search for breakfast

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    The bakery near my house where we have breakfast is closed for renovations until February. This is an unmitigated disaster in my life that has derailed my entire day/week… possibly… Read more

  • A grave situation

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    This sign amused me. Well… amused me enough to stop and take a picture. Also why you should get cremated. So your relatives don’t have to risk death by coming… Read more

  • Shark watch

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    Took my wife to the airport earlier. She flew back to Jo’burg with the progenies. I drive back tomorrow with the canine creatures. On my way back I snapped this… Read more

  • Indian Runner ducks

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    Gone are the days where we could choose vineyards based on purely on geographical aesthetics and the sensory experience of the wine on your palate as you pretend to be… Read more

  • Spirited away

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    I can’t remember when it was exactly. Probably more than a decade ago now, I had a great purge of all my ‘stuff’. Gave away most of my books, games… Read more

  • No laughing matter

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    ‘Big Nims’ (full name and rank not listed) of the 3rd Battalion, 366th Infantry, 92nd Division. This photo was taken on the 8th of August, 1918 in Vosges, France. ‘Big… Read more

  • Christmas cheer

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    The German Shepherd is unimpressed with my efforts to infuse her with Christmas cheer.

  • Boxing day

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    Boxing Day, 1979. My wife’s grandfather (60 years old at the time) was driving on his farm in Hartley, Rhodesia. (now Chegutu, Zimbabwe) Ostensibly a tobacco and coffee farmer he… Read more

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