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Wumo

Danish writer Mikael Wulff and cartoon artist Anders Morgenthaler – the creative duo known as Wumo – have created a brilliant series of graphs that illustrate some of the basic painful truths of everyday life in the Western world.

Their graphs and diagrams are snarky and sarcastic but, for the most part, true.

Their rise to success started in 2001, when they entered and won a cartoon competition. When they won, they received a one-month run of their comic strip in Politiken, a national Danish newspaper. Their popularity soared with the new exposure, and they soon found more and more publishers, including several blogs and newspapers throughout Scandinavia and Germany.

Their most recent accomplishment was becoming a regular cartoon strip in the New York Times.

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Springbok

One of these forwarded ones. Husband and wife were on safari:

Wife – if that cheetah catches that springbok and kills it, I’m going to be absolutely heartbroken.

Husband – that’s nature. Don’t go against it. Cheetah has to kill it to eat and survive.

Wife – do something!

Husband – what can I do?

Wife – if the springbok dies I’ll call my mother and make her stay with us for the rest of our lives!

To know what happened next, watch the video.…

50 shades

Written by a man:

‘How do you feel about using toys in the bedroom?’ she asked. ‘Fine,’ I said, ‘But I can’t see how we’re going to fit a Scalextric in here!’

Her body tensed and quivered as she felt wave after wave flow through it. I probably should’ve told her about the new electric fence.

As I lay there on the floor, my naked body covered in treacle and whipped cream, I heard those inevitable words . .. ‘Clean up required on aisle 3.’

‘Are you ready to be tortured in a way only a woman can torture a man?’ she asked. I nodded nervously. ‘OK’ she said and ate half my chips.

She was at the bottom of the stairs. Frantically I tore off her dress, bra and knickers. My heart was racing but I just managed to close the wardrobe door before she entered the bedroom.

‘Hurt me!’ she begged, leaning over the dining table expectantly.…

It war Bobby!

bobby didditSo anyway, Ian Beale got photos of Cheryl Fernando Verjazzle’s bum on his bedroom wall, it war Jane that Emma phoned, and met. That’s why Emma said ‘it’s still murder’ after Jane explained Bobby did it but At least there was a bit of comedy with that child birth.

So Emma (the detective) phoned Bobby and said “I know you killed Lucy !” !!!  BUT he blew his nose and the drastically thin Lucy fell over and hit her head. When Denise was looking over the toilet dos anyone else notice how massive her fingers and nails looked… That was scary!!!!!

Bobby’s face and behaviour after killing his own sister was like he’d just pinched her monopoly money, and not just caved her head in. And I love the way he managed to phone Jane, whilst still holding the murder weapon.  Am just waiting to see how Jane managed to move the body……maybe it was Ian.…