Sunday, 30 April 2017
Saturday, 29 April 2017
Education Time - Knowing that this Blog is eagerly read by several High School History classes, I thought I'd provide some historical context.
In the Nineties, a popular social activity was teenagers turning up to Raves. Wearing outlandish clothing teens would ingest large quantities of designer drugs (such as Cake, ClarkyKat or Adrenochrome, and dance to the hypnotic music of DJ Funsize.
At each rave, there was a chill-out room, when ravers could take a break, regain their energy, before boogying the night away.
Above, we have an image of the Chill Out room at the Windows 94 Rave Event.
Bonus - Want.
Friday, 28 April 2017
Lurking. It's what Larry does best. He lurks.
Beside Larches, or beside Lupins in spring.
If fact, when he's not lurking, Larry The Lurker lurches from Lancaster to Liverpool to be louche at the Lozenge Lounge.
Bonus - Return of the KLF: ‘They were agents of chaos. Now the world they anticipated is here’
Bonus 2 - Military Precision
Thursday, 27 April 2017
It's like a compilation of America's favorite slide subjects.
If only it had displaying some Fish that he'd caught, it would be the full set.
Bonus .38 Special vs Prince Ruperts Drop at 170,000 FPS
Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Happened across this slide, and my immediate thought was "Whoa ! Awesome location for a movie".
My second thought was "Where the heck is it?"
Some guess work and Google-Fu lead me to conclude that it's
ZION NATIONAL PARK
Experts Unearth 2,400-Year-Old Solid Gold Bongs In Southern Russia
Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Monday, 24 April 2017
Sunday, 23 April 2017
Saturday, 22 April 2017
Bonus - I don't want to to give the impression that all Americans are dumb, but... there are many dumb uns.
Friday, 21 April 2017
Thursday, 20 April 2017
Just pretend that there some amusing banter here.
I'm knackered, and have been working late.
Bonus - Caption of the year?
First lady Grace Coolidge shows off her pet raccoon, Rebecca, to the children at the White House in 1927
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Lake Titicaca is the home to Los Basquitas, a ruthless band of basket-smugglers. This fabled band have been smuggling reed baskets from Bolivia to Peru for almost two-hundred years.
(Actually, there was a period in the 1960's when baskets were smuggled from Peru to Bolivia, thanks to a sudden revaluation of the peso.)
Bonus - No Good Deed Goes Un-Punished.
Bonus 2 - Films filmed in Iceland.
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Ah, Easter is almost over, so let's return to tradition.
Tedious Tuesday features a slide of ... well you can probably guess.
It's The Shepherd Paris, by Nicolas-François Gillet, and currently installed in The Louvre.
Bonus - Idiot-In-Chief needs a hint.
Bonus 2 - Pedestrian Crossing at Boston Marathon
Monday, 17 April 2017
Sunday, 16 April 2017
Saturday, 15 April 2017
Yes, the unmistakable sight of Mr Frederick "Freddie" Fogle and his amusing monologue "Anyone for Tea", as performed at the Scranton Baptist Church Easter Pot-Luck, every year. Every...Bloody...Year.
Bonus 2 - Why the chicken cross the road...
Friday, 14 April 2017
Well, isn't she lovely. The Easter Bride, Teresa. (Significantly, Teresa is an anagram of Easter, and she just loves Easter. She's marrying Alan, and strangely....oh.)
Bonus - Best Name Ever ? Mesrop Mashtots
Bonus 2 - Kitten Chasing A Ping Pong Ball.
Thursday, 13 April 2017
Wednesday, 12 April 2017
Tuesday, 11 April 2017
Let the Greyhound take the strain, while the driver...umm...drives you there.
Yes, the ladies of the Westboro Sewing Circle have aroad trip to Neverland to meet Peter Pan.
Bonus - Important Data on College Beards
Bonus 2 - This volcano is owned and operated by Dionisio Pulido
Monday, 10 April 2017
Sunday, 9 April 2017
Saturday, 8 April 2017
Today we celebrate the wedding of Henry Schrote and April Gaston, from fifty to sixty years ago.
OK, the slide has some physical flaws, but it's worth it for the small details.
Detail 1 - White Tuxedos? No. Just, No.
Detail 2 - Paige Boy throwing gang hand signals.
Detail 3 - Yellow Bridesmaid is Kevin, the groom's identical twin.
Bonus - Damn
Friday, 7 April 2017
Fashions, facial expressions and families - the keys to a great slide.
Bonus - Average American Woman Now Weighs As Much As 1960s US Man
Thursday, 6 April 2017
Wednesday, 5 April 2017
I know I usually annotate such images with some "Seconds later, the family suffered..." sort of guff, but this time I'm getting good vibes from this image.
I know nowt about this, other than the slide dates from July 1977, but I have a suspicion that the building in the background might be Warwick Castle.
Bonus - Oh Shit ... Duck.
Tuesday, 4 April 2017
For a change,there was a location written on this slide.
So, I guess that's the Rhone flowing under the bridges.
Bonus - Painted Elephants.
Bonus 2 - Woman's response to unsolicited dick pics.
Monday, 3 April 2017
So, using your skill, judgement and knowledge....can you guess where in the world that this slide was taken?
B: Belper, Derbyshire
C: Rio de Janeiro
D: Mecca, Saudia Arabia
The Answer might surprise you...
Sunday, 2 April 2017
Had a break from international jet-setting last night, and decided to scan a few slides. This one was one of the more interesting ones, and was labelled Johnson Junction YT, so it's probably a plethora of Canadian cabs.
Wonder if they're still there.
Saturday, 1 April 2017
I think I know enough about Miley Cyrus to know what's genuine and what's a hoax, so I'll leave you to bask in the gorgeousness of a Nude Miley Cyrus. (A special shout out to commenter Lirp Aloof for the original slide.)
Bonus 1 - Novel Thinking in Airport Design.
Bonus 2 - A puppet for your dreams.
Looks like someone was taking pictures at Ipanema Beach, uing a telephoto lens. What a disappointment. No buxom bikini babes. Still,...
Seems like quite a while since the last "Funny Looking Kid" post, so to make amends, here's Kevin. Yes, Kevin. You see, hi...
Yes Ladies - You could have the Dreamhouse of Tomorrow ---Today. Complete with...Formica. Actually, while this slide is tedious, the...
Man. What a tedious slide. Normally I can find one redeeming fact about a slide, but this one.... Well, I s'pose it's in f...