Tuesday, 21 December 2010

A Christmas break

Hello, readers.

I'm going to be spending Christmas in the land where the bong tree grows, eating the turkey that lived on the hill. It promises to be a fine occasion, but it also means that I shall be posting sporadically if at all for the next couple of weeks. I certainly shan't be able to keep pace with the XKCD machine. But I promise many more XKCD limericks in the new year, and I hope the ones already on the site are enough to be going on with in the meantime.

Have a very merry Christmas, one and all!


  1. I swear, when I read this site I can still smell the first Edward Lear book I ever read. Yes, I smell books... what about it?

  2. Your limericks are great, and you've inspired me to try limericking a rather notorious past comic:
    Sesame Street would be crazy,
    Done by primitive folks who are hazy
    On numbers. Count: "One!"
    With "Two! Many!" he's done.
    Zing! Anthropology students are lazy!

  3. Thanks for your kind comments, and in particular do keep the limericks coming. I like the way you incorporated the infamous mouse-over text into yours.

  4. King of notoriety is of course:

    Why can't we just have a nice meal?
    But no, over there - yes, it's real
    Meg and Randy, both nude
    Snapping film through their food
    ...I don't want to know where he stored that reel.

    (You have to garble the last line a bit :()