Saturday Showcase - November 2008.

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Megazine Letters.

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9th Dec 2008 at 11:31 am

Megazine Letters. - You! Me! Milkshakes!

You! Me! Milkshakes!

 
Please vote for your bestest letter in November.
The closing date for all the votes is 19/12/2008.
Please vote!

1. New Flatmate Story.

James: Hi. How are you?
Northern Flatmate: You're very chirpy. Not one of those "gays" are you, lad?
James: Oh, gosh, no. I am from somewhere south of Birmingham.
NF: London.
James: It is in Canterbury from Kent.
NF: London?
James: Gosh. It is really cold in here.
NF: Brisk! Builds character.
James: I cannot feel my hands!

The Soul Cake Duck.

Ironic stereotypes. The best kind.

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2. Please to be Zining.

Here a joke game is for the bored. Types a phrase, for example, a song poetry, book run or Zine letter into a website for translation, has it into any language whether German, Spanish, Japanese placed, or what also always, and it translates again back. If it as a cake logical as much, or cookie is.

Member of A Citizen Defence Meal Current (This Was German).

That's one of the more coherent letters I've had this week.

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3. From the maker of Army Men.

Smarmy Men - Smug Soldiers.
Salarmy Men - Soldiers made from Italian meats.
Alarmy Men - Warn you of danger.
Harmy Men - Emo soldiers.
Barmy Men - Will only shoot puddles and toast.
Farmy Men - Soldiers who smell like calf-nuts.

Paddy Irishman.

Princess Tiaarmy Men - A regiment of Katie and Pete's spawn.

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4. Rusty Regan. Top Of The Doppelganger Pops: 1. Tears Of A Clone. 2. Send In The Clones. 3. Death Of A Clone. 4. Are You Clonesome Tonight.

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5. Inventive thinking.

Inventing is more difficult than you think. One example is that, after inventing the "sentence" back in 1988, I found out that many people had been talking in them for at least 3/4 years, right back before I was even born! Sometimes, I hear people talk in sentences and it's like a sentence shaped dagger in my solar-plexus. Wrestling terminology for you there.

Topper.

It's a syn..... tax. Erm. *WLW's cheeks turn red*

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6. Put them a-weigh!

While running a local prison, I gathered all the convicts together and put them at the end of a see-saw with a bunch of local professional footballers at the other end. If the convicts were heavier, they could go free. People said I was mad, but I figured the pros outweighed the cons.

Colonial Foot Soldier.

Well, warden you know it...


*Please vote!
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Megazine Letters.

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19th Dec 2008 at 12:18 pm

Megazine Letters. - You! Me! Milkshakes!

You! Me! Milkshakes!

 
The bestest letter in November was "Inventive Thinking" by Topper.
He got 4 out of 11 votes.
Well done!

Inventive thinking.

Inventing is more difficult than you think. One example is that, after inventing the "sentence" back in 1988, I found out that many people had been talking in them for at least 3/4 years, right back before I was even born! Sometimes, I hear people talk in sentences and it's like a sentence shaped dagger in my solar-plexus. Wrestling terminology for you there.

Topper.

It's a syn..... tax. Erm. *WLW's cheeks turn red*.

*Thank you for voting!
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