Barry has more than one hotdog costume.
Thursday, 24 February 2011
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The question I'm asked over and over is; "So what's the deal with all the Dad Jokes then?"
Well I'll tell you;
I was asked the other day to explain a Dad Joke! You know who you are. Pete! - What is the world coming to when a young man does not understand this basic form of language? It cannot be allowed to die out. It is too important. It is an oral tradition passed from father to son that has been practiced for centuries. It is a fathers given rite to be able to inflict this specialist humor on his children. They, in turn, will find that there comes a time in their lives when they will look down at a tiny little face and without realizing, utter their first Dad Joke. It will feel natural. Comfortable. Right.
With a handful of exceptions, women it seems are unable to carry a Dad Joke into adulthood and successfully deploy it at the appropriate moment. Fact! A bit like only a handful of men can multitask.
There is however, a more mysterious side to the Dad Joke. In 1948 on an expedition to explore a remote unnamed
, Major William Hurt stumbled across an ancient abandoned temple. Inside he found a book; 'The Grand GrimPa' or 'The Book of the Dad'. Written in it's pages, in brown sauce, is every Dad Joke ever uttered, even those Dad Lines that were thought about just too long after their deployment window to be used - the 'if only I'd said' gems. As new Dad Jokes are created or old ones modified, they mysteriously appear in brown sauce script on its pages. island of Indonesia
The Major transported the book from the remote island so that he could thoroughly study its contents. He made for the capital of
; Indonesia , later to be renamed Batavia . His wife, who came of her own accord, found him in his rented lodgings, dead. He was slumped over the book soaked in his own laughter tears. Jakarta
The book was shipped to
where exhaustive tests were carried out. The book was found to be safe so long as any father reading its pearls, studied it for no longer than an hour at a time taking breaks of no less than one week between sessions. This would be just enough to induce a light headedness and the feeling of being ‘a bit giddy'. When tested on women, they barely lasted two minutes as they "had more important things to do" apparently! England
The book was deemed too dangerous to let fall into the wrong hands, not because of the risk to individuals studying its text, but due to the fact that it contained a section toward the back of the book dedicated to Dad Dancing! An Individual or Organisation that had access to an infinite number of Dad 'Shapes' would be catastrophic and could possibly change the face of modern warfare. For this reason the book is secured under constant guard in a secret location just outside
. Tamworth, UK
This post is dedicated to Pete. Learning now aren’t you monkeychops?
Right – how do you upload a new Wikipedeia entry?
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
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Thursday, 3 February 2011
I recently did a live ‘painting technique demo thingy’ for a couple of students. It was a success in terms of getting the technique across but the painting I did was ‘pants’ – YA GOTTA KEEP YA HAND IN IF YA DON’T WANNA LOOK LIKE A TART!
To rectify my feeling of disappointment, that evening I felt the need to digitally set fire to stuff. Below are a couple of the results;
Wednesday, 2 February 2011
Kaile and Thornton employed full time at Warner Bros - TT- Fusion. Joe and Ben had interviews there on Tuesday – they went well. Pete invited for an interview today at Ninja Theory – good luck mate. Scott doing the business at Uni with a possible contract at TT-Fusion in the pipeline. Katie got full time employment at TT-Games starting this week – and she’s only just started her semester 2. Harry and Dan (also semester 2) continuing their great work with ‘Flash Bang Science’.
So far that’s pretty good – well done gang.
I take full credit for everything as usual!
“No but I think he heard us!”
- Basic Dad Joke No 17 (requires specific opportunity)