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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
We're celebrating International Talk Like A Pirate Day with a pirate-themed quiz. We've got 20 quotes - but who said them: Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow or a real-life, bona fide pirate?

Click on the image above to do the fun quiz -
and click on the links below for more great comedy
Cute Video Of The Day: Cat Cuddles Baby
The Funniest Pirate Chat-Up Lines
Why American Football Is Confusing To Europeans
Kelvin MacKenzie Doorstepped: The Remix
PHOTO: White Van Man Makes Plea To Girlfriend
Andrea Mann: Page Three: Shouldn't We All Be Petitioning The Daily Mail, Too?
As both a woman and someone with boobs, I'm fully behind Lucy Holmes' petition asking Dominic Mohan to "Take Page 3 out of the Sun. But I'd argue that the newspaper which is far more damaging to women's self esteem - and equally if not more adept at portraying them as merely physical objects - is the Daily Mail. Day after day - and hour after hour on its website, the Mail Online - the Daily Mail continues to bombard us with 'stories' about women which revolve solely around how they look.
Ricky Gervais: An Amazing Week
Finished principal photography on Derek. Quite simply the best shoot I've ever been a part of.
Liam Mullone: T*ts Please, I'm a Liberal
Boobs are not news, but then neither is anything else in a paper comprised entirely of hearsay, gossip and trenchant opinion. To compare the Sun, as Lucy Holmes' petition does, to the BBC 6 o'clock roundup is hardly useful.
Marc Paterson: One Foot in the Comedy Door: An Essential Guide to Writing for Newsjack
Newsjack, the topical sketch show now in its seventh series, is back on the air this month and its open format means aspiring writers like me and you - yes, you over there, with a joke in your heart and Wotsit crumbs in your beard - can submit jokes or sketches with the possibility of being broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra.
Jim Thornton: #thiswondrousisle - Or the Couch Potato's Guide to Being Part of the Olympic Legacy
As the last of the bunting is swept up and empty bottles gathered for recycling, thoughts inevitably turn towards The Legacy. Legacy was a cornerstone of our bid, and up until that opening scene of the opening ceremony had only really ever been contemplated in terms of the sporting legacy. "Good sport make good people do good sport..."

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