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the horsemeat guide to 21st century victorian etiquette – part one – accosting http://horsemeat.co.uk/2013/10/26/the-horsemeat-guide-to-21st-century-victorian-etiquette-part-one-accosting/
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horsemeat national fly-tipping awards 2015 thanks to support from channel 5 who will be filming the event for future broadcast, we can present the 2015 national fly-tipping awards. each year, we present awards to those who those who dump massive amounts of unwanted waste in farmer’s fields, roadsides, school playgrounds and people’s back gardens. joining us on the judging panel this year is five-time previous winner len hacksaw. “i’ve dumped thousands of tons of industrial waste over the years and never got caught”, he boasts. “the best time to do it is the middle of the night. not many people around.” wise words. this year, the competition could be very close, as several hardcore fly-tippers are vying to be number one. the main contenders include ken deebly. his greatest achievement was to take tons of industrial sludge and bury it underground. however, it slowly seeped into a local sewer and eventually blocked it up, causing drains and toilets within a two mile radius to overflow and create a horrendous smell that lingered for weeks. then we have norman smallpox. he was contracted to remove animal by-products from local abattoirs, but just dumped them in a local river. not only did this kill off all the fish, but the sheer amount that he dumped caused the river to burst it’s banks and flood a nearby village. the amount of damage caused ran into millions of pounds. also, another contender is angus rickshaw. he was contracted to dispose of thousands of tons of toxic chemicals. instead of disposing of them correctly, he dumped them on school playing fields all over the north-west. thousands of children fell seriously ill, but nobody could exactly figure out what was causing the epidemic. who is likely to win. it’s going to be a close one. you’ll have just have wait and find out… nigel bookbinder at 12:25, october 10th 2015 | blog my blog | trackback | comments off on national fly-tipping awards 2015 --> sir jimmy sandwich what a morning. i had just composed myself, and guess who blew into the office. it was sir jimmy sandwich. he was sweating and out of breath, and looked like he had just run a marathon. “this is intolerable!!!” he yelled. i sat back for a second and asked “what is intolerable ?” “don’t you know you retarded buffoon” he retorted. “well, tell me…”, i said. “i am a from a respected family. i own estates in norfolk, suffolk and essex. but people mistake me for sir jimmy saville. people shout at me in the streets. children were throwing cans and stones at me and shouting ‘pedo…pedo…kill the fucking pedo’. ” he continued “i tried to talk to one of these young chaps, but he got angry and started shouting ‘you fucking pedo’, and then he punched me in the face.” i tried to compose myself. in a situation like this, you have to make quick decisions. so i said, “excuse me for a moment, i’ll be back in a minute”. i went into the back office and listened to autobahn by kraftwerk. thirty minutes later i came back, singing to myself “wir fahren fahren fahren auf der autobahn”.. “ok”, i said. “we need to go on a charm offensive. what i recommend, because your name is sandwich, you should go up and down the country handing out sandwiches to needy children. if a child goes hungry, you will be there and say ‘i am sir james sandwich. and i’m here to give you a sandwich’. people will love you. all this pedo nonsense will be forgotten. he started blustering and spouting “how can i afford to travel up and down the country handing out sandwiches. it will bankrupt me !!!” i winked and said, “i’ve already thought about that. i’ve spoken to channel 4 and they said they will commission a new show called jimmy’s sandwich. they will film you going up and down the country handing out sandwiches. it’s perfect.” he left happier than he entered. i thought to myself, well some of these aristocratic types like a bit of incest, but i doubt he is a paedophile. anyway, tune in to channel 4 this summer to see the full series of “jimmy’s sandwich”. well, all you can say is “für dich und mich im all entsteht. strahlt wellen zum empfangsgeraet. wenn’s um unsere zukunft geht. für dich und mich im all entsteht”. nigel bookbinder at 19:31, february 8th 2015 | blog my blog | trackback | comments off on sir jimmy sandwich --> pot noodle island – the myth demystified regular viewers of this site will have seen lots of references to pot noodle island, a physical entity that does indeed exist, and one which i have visited on many occasions. many have assumed that the place is just a myth, like atlantis, or merely an elaborate hoax. however, below is physical proof, taken from google maps and other geo-satellite data that gives a close up of pot noodle island: definitive proof if i ever saw it with my own eyes. nigel bookbinder at 12:42, september 20th 2014 | blog my blog | trackback | comments off on pot noodle island – the myth demystified --> where has clovis gone ? clovis was born into a german artistocratic family. he probably is a junker. $c= $clovis=12/5; $z = ($clovis * $clovis)^1.03454; so where is clovis ? nigel bookbinder at 15:42, july 26th 2014 | blog my blog | trackback | comments off on where has clovis gone ? --> the return of clovis where has clovis been ? $clovis = 0; welcome back hovis von clovis. nigel bookbinder at 10:06, july 25th 2014 | blog my blog | trackback | 1 comment » --> doris tuttle and her magic kettle today, i had the fortune (or misfortune) to meet the world-renowned physicist boris parloff. when i first met him, i was struck by his size. i made a joke and said “do people ever mistake you for boris karloff?”. at which point he pulled out a cut-throat razor and started shouting “if you ever say that again, i will slit your throat, then cut off your toes one by one with bolt-cutters”… so, i was quiet, and we went into his laboratory. there have been rumors swirling around for years that he has had access to secret technology developed in nazi germany, then later worked upon by the nazi underground in argentina. very few people have ever had access to his laboratory, so i was careful to be guarded about what i asked him. however, he pointed towards a bell-shaped device with a small door on the side, and he said, “go ahead. sit in it”. i asked “is this a device that is going to blur space and time?” he started laughing like a hyena and starting shouting “no!!! you fool!!! i can’t bend space and time!!! you are going to go and see doris tuttle and her magic kettle!!!” he pressed a button and the device started to spin wildly… tbc… nigel bookbinder at 19:05, april 22nd 2014 | blog my blog | trackback | 893 comments » --> the horsemeat guide to 21st century victorian etiquette – part two – baldness nigel bookbinder at 20:40, november 8th 2013 | 21st century victorian etiquette | trackback | 2,390 comments » --> the kraftwerk monkey – part two – stoner witch the place: whitehaven. the year: 1856. it was a year after i nearly drowned in my bedroom, and i must admit i slid into a state of despair. i no longer took any joy in wearing my huge top-hat, and i took the drastic step of shaving off my mutton-chop sideburns. what made it even worse was that every time i ventured out of my house, i could see that tobias was having great success with his kraftwerk monkey. i must admit it made me a bit envious. crowds would arrive in the town by train and listen to that bloody monkey droning “wir fahr’n fahr’n fahr’n auf der autobahn”. in fact they loved it. tobias had become on of the most popular people in the town, yet what had he done? he just happened to own a monkey that could sing songs by kraftwerk. one day, in the depths of despair, i was sitting in the worst tavern in town, sulking and drinking a glass of dark mild when lo and behold, an unholy racket erupted. several sailors, newly back from their latest trip to pot noodle island crashed into the tavern and started to cause mayhem. they were obviously hell-bent on spending their entire earnings from the trip in one night. i snapped out of my morbid state of mind and had an idea. i approached one of the sailors, bought him a drink and engaged him in conversation. “pray good sir”, i said. “i believe one of your good fellows sold one of my friends a singing monkey. i wonder if you have brought anything of interest back from pot noodle island this time.” he started to laugh and retorted “well, we did bring back a mandrill. it’s quite a vicious creature and to be honest, we’ll be well rid of it.” “does it have any musical abilities ?” i enquired. he paused and said “well, yes. it can play a zither, and likes to play songs by faust and melvins. to be honest, i can’t stand that stuff. it was driving me crazy. you can have it for ten guineas.” “it’s a deal!!!” i declaimed. now i have a monkey three times the size of tobias’s specimen. the next day i took it into town, and we set up across the street from tobias and his kraftwerk monkey. the mandrill started plucking on a zither and gave a rendition of melvins’ “stoner witch”. we’ll soon find out who has the most talented monkey!!! nigel bookbinder at 12:41, october 27th 2013 | blog my blog | trackback | 1 comment » --> the horsemeat guide to 21st century victorian etiquette – part one – accosting yes, it is easy to laugh at victorian morality, but one cannot deny the fact that there are too many feral children and roughnecks roaming our streets, ready to pounce and cause outrage at the slightest provocation. unhand me you scoundrel !!! nigel bookbinder at 12:11, october 26th 2013 | 21st century victorian etiquette | trackback | 1,477 comments » --> genial conspiracy theorist i was disturbed earlier by an old lady fighting in the street with a transvestite. they were hitting each other with their handbags and she was yelling at him, shouting “you big poof!!!” then he slapped her with a handbag and said “don’t you talk to me like that!!!”. it was amusing but i had more pressing issues to sort out. i visited somebody who contracted horsemeat enterprises plc to come and sort out their it issues. but i discovered he was a professional conspiracy theorist. he told me, “look, most of the common conspiracy theories, like adolf hitler is still alive, frank sinatra was involved in the death of jfk, or nasa never landed an astronaut on the moon. well, i’m responsible for most of them.” i asked him how he did it, but he was a bit cagey. he said, “look, a lot of people are just stupid. as long as you are believable, you can say any old crap and spread lots of disinformation. we have the internet now, so it is even easier…” “in the technical sense, conspiracy is just a thought crime. for instance, imagine if you planned to rob a jewellery shop and made elaborate plans then aborted it at the last minute. the fact that you planned it is enough to get you nicked on a conspiracy charge and sent to prison for a long time. in fact, if the police think you are up to no good, want to get at you, but can’t charge you with anything that would hold up in court, they always go after you on conspiracy charges.” “but i’m more interested in crazy conspiracies. in fact”, he said, “if you can come up with some good conspiracy theories, come and work with me.” hhmmmm… tempting… i’m sure i can dream something up….. nigel bookbinder at 13:55, october 2nd 2013 | blog my blog | trackback | 783 comments » --> lord edmund’s dream machine — soon to be available to the general public…. lord edmund strode into the room and declaimed “howling apples!!! this family is ruined!!!” i let him compose himself and asked “pray god. what has befallen you?” he poured a glass of brandy and said “alas, i lost a fortune at the gaming tables. but i’ve also had my path covered in tarmac seventeen times. i owe those vultures a fortune.” luckily i was there to save the day. “lord edmund,” i shouted, “i bought a lottery ticket last night. and i’ve won!!! you can take it sir and restore the fortunes of your great and illustrious family!!!” lord edmund walked over, took the ticket, but i noticed the evil glint in his eye. “hang on!!” i shouted. “i have been reading a depraved book called ‘the story of the eye’… are you the same lord edmund that i have been working for all these years ?!??” he laughed and said “well, yes!!! but now that lottery ticket is mine!!!” i got angry and shouted “well, sir, you are nothing but a depraved animal. a beastly swankpot !!! somebody should wrap you up in a paper bag and throw you in the bin!!! why sir!!! you are no better than a sanitary towel!!!!” he looked at me, grinned and said “i’ve been recording your dreams”. “what do you mean?!? recording my dreams?!?!” he starting laughing then said “i bought a device from japan. i’ve been recording your dreams for the last year. i know what goes on in your head when you are asleep.” “but you can’t!!” i shouted. “yes i can!!!” he retorted. “do you remember that tall geeky girl who you used to secretly fancy when you were sixteen years old!!! well, i’ve got dream tapes of you rampantly banging her on a bouncy castle in the middle of blackpool pleasure beach. and all the visitors were looking at you, but basically left you to get on with it…” “please give me the tapes… don’t do this to me…” he waved the lottery ticket in front of my face and said “i may claim my win tomorrow. but just remember, i have lots of those tapes. some of your dreams were far worse!!! and you called me depraved!!! i might put them on youtube. now, can you get me another brandy?” just in case you are wondering, dream recorders will soon be available in the uk. you can pre-order a device via this website. more details will be available soon… the dream recorders use arm processors and have 1gb ram. it is recommended that you have some knowledge of linux before using them. really for experts only. nigel bookbinder at 22:40, july 2nd 2013 | blog my blog | trackback | 1 comment » --> spas t. bandylegs iii in 1962, lee harvey oswald, who had defected to the soviet union, returned to the united states. he was met by mr spas t. rankin. was rankin working for the cia? well, we’ll leave that to the conspiracy theorists. the year is now 2013. in co-operation with an undercover reporter from the guardian, we interviewed louisiana congressman spas t. bandylegs iii. the first part of the transcript can now be revealed. reporter: when you were a small child, did people bully you because of your name? spas t. bandylegs: whhhyyyy noooo saaahhh !!! reporter: are you sure? spas t. bandylegs: well, yes saahhh !!! when aahhh was a small child, maah best buddy was called gaylord henpecker. me aaanndd gaylord, well !!! nobaady messed with me and gaylord !!! reporter: i know the united states often gets a lot of criticism, but people in scotland might want to know why there is still a ban on importing haggis into the usa. spas t. bandylegs: whhy saaah !!! we eat steak in this great country. but in principle aah believe in free market economics. if those poor people and black folks want to eat offal and entrails, well i say let them eat it!!! reporter: what if i decided to smuggle haggis into the country via the mexican or canadian border? spas t. bandylegs: why saahhh!!! you would be sent to prison for 25 years. why saah!!! you are threatening the very security of our great country!!! what kind of communistic drivel are you talking saahh !!! reporter:  so, can you import tripe into the united states? spas t. bandylegs:  aahh believe so saahhh!!! so there you have it. but there was a more pressing issue closer to home. i received a phone call from a woman called amanda who i hadn’t seen for years and she said to me “look, i need you to do me a very big favour. i have to deliver a couple of snow leopards and i need your help.” apparently they were to be delivered to a property that is reputedly owned by the earl of richmond, although this cannot be confirmed. we ended up driving into a run-down council estate on the outskirts of whitehaven and followed a gravel path that led up to a huge mansion in the middle of the estate. i did remark to her “this is a funny place to have a huge mansion”. she replied “i guess the mansion was built before the estate. they probably built the estate around the mansion and its grounds” i accepted that argument and didn’t think any more about it. we drove up to the mansion with the snow leopards locked up securely in a horsebox behind the car. when we reached the mansion, amanda got out of the car and started chatting with what i can only describe as a ‘sinister-looking henchman’. he was rubbing his hands and asking “have you got the leopards?” amanda went to the horsebox, unbolted it, then let the leopards out. she started laughing and screaming at him “you big fat fool!!! did you ever really think i would hand them over to you!!! you idiot!!! i just took your money!!! these animals should not be caged. i’m letting them go free!!! where they belong!!!” and free they went. they disappeared in a blink of an eye. while the “fat fool” was jumping up and down in a rage, we got back into the car and i asked her “are you sure that was a good idea?” she looked at me and said “of course it was. do i look like somebody who makes rash decisions?” fair enough. but that evening, i turned on the news and was horrified to learn the leopards had found their way into the middle of the town and had killed and partially eaten two people. the police had deployed marksmen to shoot them on sight and they were apparently looking for the two individuals who had let them loose. i didn’t let those bloody animals loose!!! but i’ll probably get blamed for it all the same. five minutes later i heard the door getting kicked in and can only assume it was the police. i managed to sneak out onto the roof, climbed down the drainpipe of a house located down the road, and hid in a storm drain for two days. i’m sure i can explain this away. i’ve been in worse situations in the past…. like the time i had to hide in an abandoned bitcoin mine. all the bitcoins had been mined, so i was able to stay hidden in it for over two months…. paul holt (child barrister) at 16:15, june 27th 2013 | blog my blog | trackback | comments off on spas t. bandylegs iii --> poodle attack xtreme !!! excellent news!!! the tv channel un-re-al-i.t.-tv9 will be relaunched in august thanks to generous backing from horsemeat enterprises plc. well, what will be on the new re-vamped line-up? first of all, there will a new re-vamped series of poodle attack. this is no ordinary poodle attack. this is “poodle attack xtreme” !!! in the first series we saw men who were forced to walk soppy dogs and were the laughing stock of the neighbourhood. we took these soppy dogs and turned them into trained killing machines. the neighbours stopped laughing once we unleashed the poodles on them !!! this time we go one step further. we actually inject them with rabies. watch as their neighbours barricade themselves indoors in terror as the rabid feral poodles jump up at their windows, foaming at the mouth and with death on their minds. also, there will be a new series of “backstreet tattoo disasters”. we interview 15 year-old kylie. she went to a guy who does tattooing in his kitchen. she wanted some stars tattooed on her neck, but the guy tattooed an erect penis and several swastikas over her neck. she complains “he’s disfigured me. i have to wear a polo neck top when i go out and boys laugh at me.” she then goes on to explain “he was drinking cans of special brew before he did it. i had a bad feeling at the time.” we interview her mum and ask her “why the hell did you allow your 15 year old daughter to get tattooed?” and she replies “it was her birthday. it was a birthday present”. so, if you like to watch tv shows about real people who are made to look like retarded fools, you will have to tune into the all new un-re-al-i.t.-tv9. nigel bookbinder at 10:46, may 27th 2013 | blog my blog | trackback | 1,157 comments » --> the kraftwerk monkey the place: whitehaven. the year: 1855. having just purchased the largest top-hat in the north of england (a full three-foot in height!!!), i had carefully brushed and applied pomade to my mutton-chop sideburns and decided to stroll through the town in order to show off my elegant new hat. by chance, i spotted my old friend tobias, and was surprised by the strange creature perched upon his shoulder. “pray tobias, what be that strange creature?” i inquired. “‘tis a monkey, my good friend” he replied. he pointed down the street and said “do you notice that oafish rabble hanging around outside that public house? well, they be sailors who have just returned from a long voyage to pot noodle island. one of those fellows sold me this little chap for half a guinea. now watch this !!!” he declaimed. the monkey jumped from his shoulder, shimmied up a drainpipe and perched itself upon the top a sign hanging from a shop doorway. no sooner had a crowd gathered to stare at the curious creature did the monkey break into song, droning “wir fahr’n fahr’n fahr’n auf der autobahn” over and over again. “what is that monkey singing?” i inquired. “oh! it only appears to know songs by kraftwerk. i guess i haven’t had the time to teach it any new ones. not that i really have much experience in teaching monkeys how to sing, you know….” the monkey then started hanging from the sign and singing “she’s a model and she’s looking good..” the crowd broke into applause and started throwing coins at the monkey. tobias stood there grinning like a buffoon and said to me “this little chap will make me a fortune. maybe you should get one yourself ?” the thought stuck in my head. i was thinking about it in bed that night, and i must have drifted off to sleep but only for a short while when i suddenly awoke and found that the room was full of water. i managed to climb up onto a high shelf for safety and thought to myself “i wonder if i can manage to swim to the window and open it?”….. paul holt (child barrister) at 13:51, april 25th 2013 | blog my blog | trackback | comments off on the kraftwerk monkey --> futuristic dilemmas !!! well, what do you do with a building without stairs? well, if you are unfamiliar with this conundrum, refer to the last post. i’ve only been able to broadcast this to the world via an old telex machine. anyway, what do you do with a building without stairs. i had to bring in the world-famous architect abdul-azziz smith. he said to me. “look, this is a fantastic building. why do you need stairs? i’m not thinking 21st century. i’m thinking 23rd century. this could be a hub. it could be like a new kowloon walled city, but without stairs. who needs to walk up and down stairs. it’s so old-fashioned…” as much as i respect his reputation, i did have a couple of qualms. firstly, if you don’t have stairs, how do you get up and down? he brushed that aside with a knowing wink and said “forget about google glasses. google are actually working on teleportation devices right now. it’s only known to a few software developers. it may take ten years or so. but imagine… if you need to pee, you will be able to teleport to the bathroom. stairs will become a bit out-dated…” i countered “wasn’t kowloon walled city the biggest slum in hong kong? they demolished it..” he gave me a knowing look. he just stared me straight in the face and said “soon, we will all be living in kowloon walled city…” but he then went off on a different tangent and said “i’ve been watching the news. you know the pope always drives around in a pope mobile. i think the mayor of london, boris johnson should have a boris mobile. but what type?” i replied “it’s so obvious. he would drive a clown-car. like they do in a circus. it would come farting up the street, and all the doors would fall off, and boris would climb out and declaim ‘gosh!!! cripes, my doors have fallen off…” he intergected and stated “i think you are wrong. he needs a weeble car. did you ever play with weebles when you were a child? remember, weebles wobble but they don’t fall down. he just needs a life-size battery-powered weeble car.” however, my assistant was listening to the conversation, and she said “sorry for interrupting. but you know people are talking about boris johnson as the future prime minister. what about george osbourne?? you may not be aware that his half-brother is ozzy osbourne. apparently when boris pulls off his coup and unseats cameron, he is going to bring in ozzy as chancellor of the exchequer.” that is political dynamite. boris and ozzy osbourne. who wouldn’t vote for them…. hey, they might have difficulties tying their shoe-laces, but they are popular… nigel bookbinder at 20:10, march 29th 2013 | blog my blog | trackback | 1 comment » --> « previous entries next page » pages contributors doughnut server horsemeat happy horoscopes horsemeat online games! idiotcard – the horsemeat scratchcard un-re-al-i.t.-tv9 activity national 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