Monday, 25 March 2013


Quite a good month, March.  I got interviewed by the comedy website 'Comedy Chords,' and the piece was also on the Huffington Post site:

I also started blogging my children's book online which has had 1000 views which is good for me:

I also got in the final of an online comedy contest for a US website  called Yobi TV with my teenage vlogger character from some time ago:

and made the front page of Chortle with a new character:

Thank you Marchhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

Friday, 22 March 2013

Thursday, 21 March 2013


This is Loonchance.  A strangely unconical fellow, he bides his time using a special Time Bider.  He is an elegant dancer when ensconced in 5/4 rhythms, though straight-ahead pop music leads him to ponder its meanings in stationery mode.  Offer him no biscuits, as he will take this badly and report it to terrible authority-like figures who live in darkness.  

Wednesday, 20 March 2013


This is a klurge. A klurge. It was originally used in the year 14567 by motor mechanics to keep bats at bay.  It also had 4 other uses, but nobody can remember what they were.  The only person that might know is a Mrs Berringe.  Why not give her a call?

Lionel Tunerton

This is Lionel Tunerton.  He is involved in bicycle bell maintenance and tie repositioning.  Curiously repugnant of breath, he stands four foot two on days when stilts are unavailable.  A close friend of someone in Silesia, Lionel has always been a supporter of the colour green.Without him the colour would never have become so prominent.   

Monday, 18 March 2013

The Deactivatatronalizer

This is a Deactivatatronalizer, first built around the 2th century in the time of Old King Bess, the famous hybrid.  This device not only selects things at a range of 40 miles or more and then deactivatatronalises them at no extra cost, but it also acts as a kind of loom detector for working class loom operators who have lost their way.  Useful and methodical, this machine is not, and has never been, beige.  Send away now for something similar, or dissimilar perhaps.

Sunday, 17 March 2013

Bill Trigggs

Here we see Bill Trigggs, a major attraction on The Bay of Biscay.  Noted for his strange liking for eighties canned drink 'Quatro,' he is currently touring the seabeds of Lincolnshire in search of undersea tractors.  Married to the woman who invented silage, Bill is steadfast in his refusal to wear khaki unless the occasion demands. Clutching a primitive fork, he seems out of place without his faithful butler, Erinshaw.