The next side-splitting jokes tell us something serious. The problem is not only, or really, the many dispersed Prince Ferdinands in Europe, but the social system which puts them
in charge. What should happen is we have respect in the state. Because the social system does not work, we lose respect in it. What we need is a social system we can respect.
1. Prince Ferdinand blow-up doll for unwanted guests (whip and cream supplied).
2. Prince Ferdinand gold embroidered handcuffs.
3. Prince Ferdinand Royal Ball-Suspension/Removal system, with supplied Suspenders
(I am afraid film stars on the NHS are not yet avalable).
4. Prince Ferdinand Zebra knickers (Zebras are not included).
5. Ditto Prince Ferdinand Elephant Ebola knickers (with luxuriously large watertight elephant shitbag).
6. Ditto Prince Ferdinand Elephant Ebola knickers (with optional expandable large watertight elephant shitbag).
7. Prince Ferdinand eau-de-toilet Imperial Lubricant. (Caution may cause severe and/or intense irritation. Contains Leprosy virus; may cause penis to drop off).
8. Prince Ferdinand Books (includes Special Sections on Tieing shoelaces and Conversations with daiseys, also Being fucked by a Royal donkey and gibbon).
9. Prince Ferdinand Books. My sexual experiences with Zulu implements, coping with Ebola and galloping knob rot. What I do with Imperial Lather.
10. Prince Ferdinand Books (Harvard Engineering). Playing with your Dildo for Advanced Knob-Rot Technicians. Is dilo or dildo implied here? How does
this change your attitude of whether the Prince is the dildo technician he is cracked up to be?
YouTube Ilkley Moor bar t'at (On Ilkley Moor without a hat),
Lyrics Ilkley Moor bar t'at
YouTube Gaudeamus igitur (So Let Us Rejoice)
YouTube Psychological profiles for meeting people
YouTube Beautiful sunsets
Instagram Being free
Song Offerings by Rabindranath Tagore
King Kong Sniffling Scene with Fay Wray (cut)
Cuba I love you but only after the United Kingdom (I think).
Why did the mechanic sleep overnight under the car? Because he wanted to get up oily in the morning!
I am a member of the Adams family and my name is Uncle Fester.
My brother, Lurch is around and about,
but unfortunately Morticia has gone to the beautician for some cement and a trowel.
However, my sister Elaine, who is definitely not Morticia,
has contributed for us and is famous for her website 'Tips from a mortician'.
She recently confided in me that she had lost some business, and was rather happy that it had happened.
When a social system goes wrong, assuming we can locate that at all, the objective should not be to provide scapegoats to punish tokens who got it wrong, but to heal
the social structure so it can learn how to reach nearer the truth and provide a better service because it is more knowledgable about the facts. Hence the next joke remains,
but not as the implicit retribution it seems.
Senior Health officials in NHS Blackburn
have been assured that the best attitude is a positive one to the NHS, and to remain
smiling, calmly and firmly confident, attentitive and relaxed
as tonnes of shit descend on their heads
and they are totally submerged in it.
There is the view that people who relax should be shot. This is clearly wrong,
but if we want to live a full life it is good to maximise our aims without destroying ourselves in the process.
Jokes say something is going wrong. We get pleasure from politicians who do wrong, when someone points it out with a joke, so we are less likely to murder him. These UK
jokes came a brief talk between Tricia Ellinson and Jim Adams. They are social comment because Tricia is normal and Jim does not know how to be normal. His social status
is that he uses innovation to change manufactured objects. He is so good at that he uses hyperinnovation almost without thinking. He was never taught how to do it normally
within his class, so he talks rubbish instead. At least he is trying.
Right, I'm off to the beautician to get some cement and a trowel.
Are you staying for Bed and Breakfast?
No, I don't eat it.
Are you married?
No, I have 99 concubines. Would you like to make it up to a round figure?
I'm going to Australia. Will you be there to wait for me when I get back?
No, I probably can't restrain myself. I will fly out to Australia to meet you.
Beer to your right. Beer to your left.
Here's another with my brother.
Would you like a bath?
For lime cordial.
Rather than make a joke of it at all, let's see what it means. It is clearly useful if a way can be made to make it normal. Jim has great skill in developing abnormal ideas. Surely
this can be of use to the normal system. The plan has to be a cooperative one. He is offering his abnormality to the normal system. It is clear to the normal system that this is of
use because Jim is so highly abnormal that his abnormality is utterly strange to the conventional system. It may be said that Jim posseses a complete mastery of abnormality which
he uses with flexibility and poise. It even comes as natual to him as expressions of normality do to the normal system. This is clearly a gift to the normal system, the question is
how to use it. We would say tht Jim's intention in the normal system which he is now situated that he is attempting to transfer to normalicy from a hyperinnovative environment.
In fact the social system in which Jim belongs to has been murdering him for a long time. His intention has been always ethical, and he thought this innovation could be of use, in
the case he studied, mathematics and physics. This was quite rational and not abnormal at all. He wanted to use innovation to develop technology, and saw that advanced technology
could be used for the benefit of society, in fact in engineering. This is not only correct, possibly as an intention, but also an acute observation, particularly from when he started,
which we can identify as a huge programme of discovery from the age of 15. This is not only hugely ambitious, it has turned out to be of phenomenal significance. Through a series
of persecutions of his beliefs and values he has maintained them through 69 years of his life. Not only is he bizzare in his attitudes, he has studied in a sense bizarreness itself. He
has ascended from a belief, which is strange in social classes below, that the study of abstract structures in mathematics is of true value. He ideantified this with Newton at the age
of 15, confirmed this with Gell Mann at an age when he shouldn't and continued with this belief in value of the study of abstract structures so that his knowledge of these abstractons
go beyond not only human knowledge on Earth, but seemingly in the Riddle theorem above, beyond conceptions of what can be studied at all. He has a mathematical knowledge of
absurdity, a unique and valid theory of games involving social structures which amazing practicality, that he has proved theoretically are sound, and is intent on studying them. These
theoretical structures he has found have amazing simplicity, and he has situated himself within them as an ethical planner. He has begun a classification of these games and locates
them in current social structures. He is amazed by their applicability. He was totally surprised that these applied to his making breakfast, and gave new solutions and ways of doing this
which were sensible, and the theory directing him told to obey the 'order' of a toaster to him that it had disobeyed his command and the optimal path ethical was to obey the toaster and
do it by other means. Further, the idea of love extended to coffee in a cup showed that the coffee should not be thrown away when left accidentally cold, but reheated to an appropriate
temperature, and selected a temperature which he thought would maximise the outcome of it being right by selecting on the microwave half of the setting he thought appropriate. This
turned out to be ideal, so if he had selected double, it would have had to wait to cool.
Lesbians are here.
Making Community Work.
Making Energy Work.
Climate - What is to be done?
Not too Young to Think.
Fitness and Sport.
The Hip-Hop Programme.
Lil Dicky and the truth about comedy rap - it's tricky!
Comedy rapper Lil Dicky has reached No 1, adding to successes such as Big Shaq and the Lonely Island. But as Honey G's example
shows, doing funny rhymes right takes sophistication Freak hit - the US rapper David Burd, AKA Lil Dicky. Photograph: Rebecca Cabage/Invision/AP "He's not like a 'rapper' rapper,"
the guy in the restaurant explains to his unimpressed girlfriend. "He's like a 'funny' rapper." Those two statements - true and open to debate respectively - are from the opening scene of
the video to Lil Dicky's Freaky Friday, which is this week's UK No 1 single, and which on Monday crossed 100m YouTube views, and will soon join its thriftiness-espousing predecessor
$ave Dat Money in passing the same number of Spotify plays. Freaky Friday tells the story of Lil Dicky mystically swapping bodies with black guest vocalist Chris Brown, and is an
extreme extrapolation of a line in Lil Dicky's 2013 song White Dude, in which he lamented not being able to use the N-word. The upshot is that in 2018 Lil Dicky, now voiced by Chris
Brown in the song's body-swap concept, is finally "allowed" to say the N-word 11 times. Watch the video for Lil Dicky: Freaky Friday It's all very amusing, if you sidestep the fact that
Chris Brown is a woman-beater with whose plight both the video and song suggest the audience must sympathise, and if you sidestep the video's racial stereotyping, and if you sidestep
the ramifications of the N-word bonanza (such as the all-white women's lacrosse team who caused a minor storm last month when they uploaded video of themselves singing along).
That's enough sidestepping to take you off the pavement and into the path of an out-of-control excuse juggernaut, but then you still face other tracks in Lil Dicky's catalogue such as White
Dude and White Crime, which tackle white privilege and male privilege. One assessment of Lil Dicky's travails was offered in the headline to a 2015 car-crash interview: Lil Dicky Isn't
a White Supremacist, He's Just an Asshole. Sign up for the Sleeve Notes email: music news, bold reviews and unexpected extras Either way, Freaky Friday is the biggest hit yet from 30
year-old David Burd, who grew up in an upper middle class Jewish family in Philadelphia and worked - of course! - as an advertising creative before recording his first mixtape in 2011.
By 2013, he had a viral video on his hands with Ex Boyfriend, and he followed it with a barrage of audio and video content. He has since been embraced by a number of big names: his
debut album, 2015's Professional Rapper, saw collaborations with Snoop Dogg, T-Pain and Fetty Wap. Freaky Friday is the latest in a long line of comedy rap hits, which more recently
include Macklemore's Thrift Shop and the assorted works of the Lonely Island, and date back to the 1980s with acts such as Weird Al Yankovic. Lil Dicky's success once again raises the
question of why rap and hip-hop are so apparently hilarious: is it simply that there are multiple, strong visual and sonic reference points that make parody easy, making comedy rap no
different from the way metal has given the world Spinal Tap, Bad News, the Darkness and Muse? Or do the roots of hip-hop, and grime in the UK, mean that if you're parodying them,
you're making a joke out of far more than just music? Watch the video for Lil Dicky: Ex-Boyfriend Over at BBC Radio 1Xtra, where Freaky Friday has been playlisted, presenter Yasmin
Evans remembers first seeing the video on YouTube after seeing it shared on social media. The next time she went into work a listener had requested the track, which, divorced from its
scene-setting video and without knowledge of its performers, can be baffling. "When I play it on air, I know people are listening going, 'I don't get it. I don't understand,'" Evans accepts,
"but we wouldn't be doing ourselves justice as broadcasters if we didn't cover the things being spoken about, or that are viral or trending. Chris Brown's a good singer! It's all entertainment."
She says that she has also hosted appearances with the Kurupt FM crew, from the BBC's pirate radio mockumentary People Just Do Nothing, "and people think they're genuinely real
people. I mean, I guess people think that with [Leigh Francis's fictional character] Keith Lemon as well."
What Kurupt FM - and Michael Dapaah, whose Big Shaq character and Man's Not Hot track blew up after a 1Xtra Fire in the Booth session - have in common is that neither base their
humour on outsiders looking in. It's hard to question their authenticity, and it's a similar authenticity that Lil Dicky has been shrewd in acquiring by drafting in collaborators such as
Brown and Snoop Dogg. Man's hot - Big Shaq, AKA Michael Dapaah.