Adam the Atheist – Lessons from the Bible

Hello. My name is Adam (it really is). My surname isn’t Atheist, but I am an atheist…and for good a reason.  It’s that Christmasy, bollocky time of year again. I’m not a miserable Scrooge – I’m just a normal person that doesn’t believe in religious shit – please…keep reading. Here’s a strange story from the … [Read the full story]

Technical musicans are fucking clueless

It’s just a long, long argument that goes on, and will go on until the dawn of time. This argument will go on because music is down to what one likes…what one gets. Basically, some music is great because you get it, some music is great because you’re brain-washed and some music is great because … [Read the full story]

Vacuum-Cleaner Dylan wins Nobel Peace Prize

So, Bob Dylan has won a Nobel Peace Prize. Dylan has become the 259th American to have won a Nobel Peace Prize. My friend brought me a ticket to see Bob Dylan about 20 years ago (some friend – thanks a lot Al). I went along, you know, to see what the big deal is … [Read the full story]

Poms are mad-it’s the players fault, NOT Johno’s

England manager Martin Johnson has been accused of lacking the “bollocks” to deal with the fall-out from Mike Tindall’s infamous night out in Queenstown at the Rugby World Cup. The deep divisions within the Engand camp have been made public after three confidential reports were leaked to English media with allegations that some players were … [Read the full story]

Australians have no time for P-Rick Stein and other pretentious TV chefs

Fish master Rick Stein’s influence on the Cornish port of Padstow has earned it the nickname of Padstein. But a new, more personal, renaming attempt is less than complimentary. Pranksters have put a ‘P’ in front of ‘Rick’, on a sign at his Bannisters eaterie at Mollymook Beach, New South Wales. You can’t blames us … [Read the full story]

Gardener trims a pair of bollocks

Ian Ashmeade has been forced to reshape his garden hedge after a member of the public complained that it was offensive. Mr Ashmeade admits the phallic-shaped hedge was a bit naughty, but says it has always been a source of much amusement in the village. But officers from Cambridgeshire police took a different view this … [Read the full story]