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· June, 2010

Stories about Humor from June, 2010

World Cup 2010: Who's to blame for Nigeria's performance?

Nigerian football fans were dismayed Tuesday when the team's final chance of advancing in the 2010 World Cup evaporated in a 2-2 tie with South Korea. In the blogosphere, disappointment...

South Africa: The social media world of vuvuzelas

Can't get enough of vuvuzelas? Or perhaps the opposite is the case. Here are a series of social media links devoted to everything vuvuzela.

Jamaica: Lighter Side

South Africa: Definitions of Vuvuzela

Russia: President Medvedev Visits Silicon Valley

Trinidad & Tobago: Au Revoir

Iran: Mir-Hossein Mousavi Cartoon Upsets Greens

A leading Iranian cartoonist and blogger based in Canada, Nikahang Kowsar, posted a cartoon this month of opposition leader Mir-Hossein Mousavi that has caused numerous reactions in Iranian citizen media....

Trinidad & Tobago: Football & Fete

China: Online World Cup sick leave doctor note

Colombia: Beauty Queen falls from Molested Mare

India: A Special Day for the Son-In-Law

In India, Bengali mothers-in-law traditionally celebrate, with great fanfare, an occasion/social custom called jamai shashthi - a special day for their jamai [son(s)-in-law].

Russia: Anti-Corruption Cartoon Competition

Brazil: The “CALA BOCA GALVAO” Phenomenon

Millions of twitter users told Galvão Bueno, a famous Brazilian narrator and broadcaster, to shut up: a phenomenon that soon became a worldwide joke.

Senegal: The Fiercest Critic of President Wade's Regime

India: The art of swearing

Mexico: Having Fun With Census Questions

Brazil: Brazilian President in Israeli TV Video-Joke

Israel: Stymied by Einstein

China: Creative Kiss Challenge on Streets of Xi'an

Macedonia: If There Was No Internet Comics Followup

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