Naomi Says It
Chris Locke (aka RageBoy)
Funnier than Dave Barry
Can't talk. Laughing. Your blog should come with a warning!
The witty fecker! Bless his heart!
Wonderful, quirky, weird.
I'd recommend that you visit Expat@Large,
A true poet
Comprehensive and varied...
A beacon in a sea of mediocrity...
An inspiration to pointless bloggers everywhere...
that irreverant sense of balance between the absurb and the important that E@L seems to pull off effortlessly...
Expat, you’re absolutely lovely.
You are so humorist!
E@L is on the heavy side and [surely he means "but": Ed] he's one of the smartest, most decent guys I've ever met. Plus he's rich!
One of my favorite reads...
Certainly deserves a mention...
Take a look at E@L
expat@large's good at big & hard words but we aint go to blogs to study lexicon.
I like it so far...
HKMacs (scroll down to his comment)
I like the way you write
A certain PhD student
Bruce (circa 1979) but it still holds true
I think I was too lenient when you were young
I read E@L's blog and within 4 months, my nasty groin rash went away! Now my nasty groin is going away as well! Thank you E@L!
Anonymous in-patient in the gender reassignment ward at Bumrungrad Hospital
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On the Internet, everyone will be famous for 15 people."
Didn't think he meant 15 people per week...
Since 21 June 2005
(Challenge "shallowthought"... That'd be me.)
We don't need to see anything out of the ordinary. We already see so much.
One should, each day, try to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture, and, if it is possible, speak a few reasonable words.
Don't lie if you don't have to.
Assume infinite intelligence and zero prior knowledge.
...if I can be allowed a mediocre generalization, don't pointless things have a place, too, in this far-from-perfect world? Remove everything pointless from an imperfect life and it'd lose even its imperfection.
The truth is scandalous. But without it, nothing has any worth. An honest and naive vision of the world is already a masterpiece... As you approach the truth, your solitude will increase.
And if a man lived in obscurity making his friends in that obscurity, obscurity is not uninteresting.
My only job is to be talented.
Boredom, of course, like any mighty force, you must respect.
He often made great mistakes and arrived at false conclusions, still he had so much genius and knowledge that a great part of his work will always remain true.
Arabella Buckley, of French naturalist George-Louis LeClerc, Comte de Buffon, Intendant (Administrator) of Les Jardins des Plants, anticipator of Darwin and Lyell
It is only kings, and the nobility, and those fortunates who dwell in the tropics, where bread grows on trees and clothing is unnecessary, who have reserved seats in this world.
Charles Dudley Warner (from an address to the Alumni of Hamilton College, NY, 1872)
"I may not agree with what you say but to your death I will defend your right to say it."
"I may not agree with what you say so shut the fuck up you fucking fuck."
No-one will admit to this one, but I have my suspicions.
ARCHIVE SUMMARYWhere the allegedly funny stuff that you're looking for is probably hiding. These are timeless (i.e without any contemporary relevance) posts! Read at your leisure! I wrote 'em at mine!
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Real Handshakes Blogroll
Cap'n Intrepid: Sing
Big White Guy
Milton J Madison
Church Of Lost Souls
Dan's Expat Life
e pur si muove(Elia Diodati)
Singablooodypore Wanchai Chronicles
New York Times
Wall Street Journal
E@L no longer seeks permission to link other blogs here, nor expects notification of linkages in return. That is the most stupidest "netiquette" crap ever.
You are on-line? You are fair game for being linked to, deal with it.
"The Web exists because no one has the right to grant or withhold permission for links."
Other E@L Sites
(failed diet blog)
Old Style website