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· April, 2008

Stories about Humor from April, 2008

Kuwait: No to No Pants Day

Jordan: That Toyota Ferrari

Sri Lanka: Status Symbol

Sri Lanka: Status Symbol

Hong Kong: Shit, the Holy Torch is Coming to Town!

Zimbabwe: Election humour on YouTube

Jordan: Mixed Signals

China: I Want My Two Bucks

Overheard in Jordan

Cambodia: Funny signs

Lost Brazilian ballooning priest carried into the blogosphere

This time the story is rather sad, but the blogosphere is exploding with humorous takes on the tragedy of a Brazilian Roman Catholic priest who is missing after drifting out...

Jamaica: Been a Long Time Since I Rock n’ Rolled

Korea: Roh Moo Hyun and Japanese Netizens

The previous Korean President, Roh Moo Hyun, as I wrote a previous post, ‘ Roh Moo Hyun Syndrome (March 30, 2008)’ has become famous even after his retirement due to...

Poland: Road Signs

Trinidad & Tobago: Official Graffiti?

Japan: Love and Hate Story of the Mascot Character, “Sento-kun”

Creepy?! Ugly?! Sacrilegious?! Not many people are happy about the mascot character for the Commemorative Events of the 1300th Anniversary of the Nara-Heijyoko Capital to be held in 2010. The...

Slovakia: Unnerved by McCain's Logo Star

Syria: Chocolate Thief

Guyana: Walking Shoes

Uganda: Government refuses passport to transgender woman

A post by Gay in Uganda last week reveals the discrimination the country's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) population faces when applying for travel documents.

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