· October, 2008

Stories about Humor from October, 2008

Guyana: Working It

  9 October 2008

Guyana-Gyal gives an example of the “true, true story that some watch while you labour in the heat, then they sneak in cool, cool and reap.”

Trinidad & Tobago: In a Vacuum

  7 October 2008

This Beach Called Life writes an entertaining post about the fact that “the largest appliance parts store in Trinidad and Tobago discriminates against vacuum cleaners.”

Bahrain: Comedy without borders

Bahraini blogger Ammar, who runs the site Bahrain Talent, has just seen the Axis of Evil Comedy team perform in Bahrain – and was pleased that local comedians were able to hold their own on stage: “The act also introduced local talent; five comedians from Bahrain, unknown to most, but...

Venezuela: Socialist Shoes Seem Oddly Familiar

  3 October 2008

Simón Bécquer from the Alternative Reality blog in his post The Converse Shoes of the Socialist Youth [es] shows us the images for the new campaign for Venezuela's Socialist Youth, in which young people are asked to step into socialist shoes. However, these shoes, modelled and shown by President Chávez...

Hong Kong: Banned Halloween Ads

  2 October 2008

Every year, the Ocean Park in Hong Kong would organize Halloween party for attracting visitors. However, its advertisements faced a lot of complaints from the public. This year, some of its clips were banned. But one of the the banned clip is now circulated via youtube and has attracted a...

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