Stories about Humor from December, 2007
Gyuana-Gyal is not in a particularly productive state of mind.
Wondering why many people are starving? Palestinian Haitham Sabbah has photos as proof.
Belgrade 2.0 posts a wonderful selection of the wonderful video stories by Dusan Saponja and Dusan Cavic: “For short episodes such as these you just saw, it’s not really necessary to understand Serbian. However, most of the real masterpieces, award-winning shows, are subtitled. You see, besides humorous short clips, Dushan...
KnowProSE.com discovers the importance of expiration dates…
This week, a Kuwaiti blogger dishes out advice on how to behave this winter while others continue to give comedy act Axis of Evil raving reviews. Also from Kuwait is a visit to the Car Show and a price hike at Starbucks.
The Malaysian wants the nation's information minister to be handed the minister of Antiquities portfolio. This comes after the minister botched up an interview with a Global TV Channel and continues to make remarks that “go on ad nauseam without a care, not worrying about whether he makes sense or...
The beatroot describes the “Fire Drill Day” at his office building in Warsaw: “All in all, a totally pathetic performance by all public services, and…well, a little dangerous that public buildings should be in the hands of a bunch of fools. Still, I haven’t laughed so much in ages.”
Guyana-Gyal and her mother take a drive around Georgetown.
Bahraini blogger Redbelt is facing trial because a pebble from the street got into his car tyre while driving and hit another car's windshield.
Jordanian blogger Bakkouz lists the miseries of being Jordanian in this post (Ar), in which he posts an email he had received from his mother.
CXW reports on a Swedish consulting company’s conclusion that Santa Claus should move to Kyrgyzstan in order to be able to – mathematically and practically – visit all kids on Earth overnight.
“I like to think that my time in Haiti has made me a kinder, more patient Tara. As it turns out maybe that is only true in certain situations”: Livesay Haiti Weblog has a new travel policy.
Guyana-Gyal‘s friend spots a UFO – vicariously, that is.
According to the early official results, president Vladimir Putin's United Russia party has won a landslide victory in the Dec. 2 general elections. Below is a tiny fraction of the recent election posts by Russian bloggers, translated from Russian.