Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Capital Punishment


If you're looking for a context for this one then I suggest you follow the postings and comments on Binty's, Kim's and Anti-Barney's blogs on this topic.

17 comments:

SheBah said...

My favourite so far! Class!

Dr. E. Scientist, phD. said...

Brilliant!

fatmammycat said...

Yikes! At least you didn't have me foaming at the mouth.

boudica of suburbia said...

Is yoghurt-weaving popular? I can't imagine it being very easy

xxB

Dr Maroon said...

FMC stop that now, foaming at the mouth! Come on.

It is amazing, that even here, I've just had to scrub a diatribe that I drifted into re Capital punishment.

Dr. E. Scientist, phD. said...

I'm all for capitol punishment. I think everone in the capitol should be made to wear tutus and bellet slippers whilst running a gauntlet of professional wrestlers bearing cat-o'-nine tails woven from yoghurt.

Or something.

Sarah said...

i love that binty put this together. great sense of humour man.

Sarah said...

Kim, i'm having problems with Gmail right now.. i've opened your e-mail, but was trying to multi-task (by answering other e-mail) and i guess it was just too much for it! if i can get IN, i will more than likely get that strip to you before Wednesday.

justin barker said...

heartless.

Binty McShae said...

Thanks guys - glad you like it... Sarah, I always say if you're not prepared to laugh at yourself you're probably the only one who isn't.....!

LindyK said...

I suppose yoghurt-weaving must be a sight better than underwater basket weaving? Well done, Binty!

Andraste said...

Yoghurt weaving...wasn't it Alexei Sayle who coined that? I think I remember a live album (vinyl!) where I may have picked that up.

Binty McShae said...

I think so - used to describe folk singers and hippies and anyone else that wears dodgy sandals and smelly jumpers.

Sarah said...

i have several laughs at myself daily. i'm normally the only one laughing..

that's crazy, right there.

Binty McShae said...

Rest assured Sarah I laugh at you. Or with you. However you prefer to view it! ;-)

SheBah said...

The expression I've heard to describe a hippie type is "someone who knits their own bread"

Sarah said...

McShae: it's something i've come to accept and enjoy. :o)