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· February, 2010

Stories about Humor from February, 2010

Japan: Blogging from a locked room

What if you found yourself trapped in a room of your house with the door lock broken and few tools with you? This is what happened to Fumiko Fumio. Equipped...

Egypt: Cats can wink too

Egyptian blogger Tarek Amr (ar) winked at a cat and it winked back at him.

Guyana: Spam You!

Guyana-Gyal says that spam is a four letter word.

Poland: The End of Winter

“8 things we’ll miss about winter when it’s gone” – at Polandian.

Trinidad & Tobago: Being the PM

This Beach Called Life admonishes his fellow Trinidadians to “leave the Prime Minister alone”.

China: Netizens make fun of charges for hacking Google

The so-called ‘Operation Aurora’, which attacked Google and at least 33 other western conglomerates, allegedly originated from two Chinese universities, according to a recent New York Times story. One of...

Lebanon: Stolichnaya and the Girl in the Bathtub

Lebanese blogger Rami at “Plus961” posts some photographs of Stolichnaya‘s latest advertisement which included a girl in a bathtub in the streets of Beirut.

EU, Greece: Greek PM Parody

Greater Surbiton mocks the the Greek prime minister's comment on the EU-Greek relationship in the time of financial crisis.

Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados: Beyonce & Beyond

B.C. Pires shares a humourous perspective on the Beyonce concert, happening later today in Trinidad.

Japan: A Typical Day

Matt Alt translated a diagram that shows the exaggerated schedules of a “normal” person versus that of a “NEET” (Not Employed, in Education, or Training).

China: Amateur short film satirizes internet censorship

Famous amateur film-maker, Hu Ge, has recently made a new satirical piece on the Internet censorship in China. The 7-minute piece, ‘Animal World: the Home-living Animal’ is styled as an...

Kuwait: One Year, 188 Questions

Yasmine Gamal, Egyptian blogger living in Kuwait, shares her 188 questions of the day (Q.O.D) she posted on her Facebook and Twitter accounts over the past year. She initially started...

Lebanon: Parking Stories

Lebanese blogger Qifa Nabki shares two parking stories he has encountered recently in Lebanon.

Malaysia: Pantyless movement on Valentine’s Day

Some female college students in Malaysia are calling for a “pantyless movement” on Valentine’s Day. The campaign became quite popular through word of mouth and the internet. Religious authorities are...

Belarus: Cartoon on New Internet Regulations

A cartoon commentary on the newly-introduced Internet regulations in Belarus: “On the Internet, nobody knows you are a dog… unless you live in Belarus.”

Japan: Learning the art of diplomacy from a mobster

Blogger at U-SUKE's tumblr says [ja] he learnt the art of diplomacy from a former mobster. This the yakuza's advice: “During negotiations, you know, the one who looses his temper...

Trinidad & Tobago: Water Noir

“I find it baffling that, decades later, we have not figured out this whole water issue as yet. Water is, after all, essential for life. And while not strictly speaking...

India: The Twitter Comedian

Patrix at Desipundit introduces to us Sagarika Ghose, the Indian Twitter Comedian.

Poland: Drainage

Scatts of Polandian posts “a short guide to Polish drainage” – or a saga on how “approximately five hours of [the blogger's] life last Saturday was devoted to trying to...

Ukraine: “If Google Were a State-Owned Company…”

A Lviv-based blogger mocks Ukrainian state bureaucracy and red tape, describing what it would take to do a Google search if Google were a Ukrainian state-owned company. Most readers find...

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