82. Don’t Make Me Angry. You Had Better Find Me Some More.

hulkI came across an online post from a Christian sex counsellor who had reported an incident he had experienced. He and his wife had convinced the wife’s best friend to abstain from having sex with her new boyfriend. The man had assured his girlfriend that she had nothing to worry about in the sex department, wink wink, if they waited. The friend agreed to wait for marriage and after some time the couple were in love and started planning their wedding, they had even started making deposits on items.

One day the wife got a call from her friend who was crying hysterically down the other end of the phone. They had ‘slipped up’ and had sex together. The friend wasn’t hysterical because they had had sex. No, she was hysterical because the boyfriend had a micro penis and she could have married him without knowing.Read More »

81. The King and The Death Grip

Darth VaderWhen I first heard the term ‘death grip’ my first though was Darth Vader’s signature death move when one of his minions had failed him.

Just like everyone of a certain age, Vader was that badass dude that no-one messed with. Some wanted to be all goody two shoes Skywalker but Vader was the man.

Vader was the proper, original gangster.Read More »

80. Medicine from Both Ends

NeedleThere are two un-nerving things about training other companies staff in the middle of a pandemic. One is when they decide that they are not going to be on camera for the whole duration, that could be for one or two days. The second thing is while they are wrapped up safely at home you are venturing out into the dangerous unknown just to give them a bit of training.

While they are sitting or sleeping there behind a static video screen, as the tutor you have to wonder what’s on the other side. Are they dressed? Are they nude? Are they watching daytime TV and just have you on in the background? Has lockdown turned them into friendly unkempt troglodytes? Read More »

79. That Will be The Door With The Red X Painted On It

MaskThe Black Death arrived in Europe in October 1347, when 12 ships from the Black Sea docked at the Sicilian port of Messina. People gathered on the docks were met with a horrifying surprise: Most sailors aboard the ships were dead, and those still alive were gravely ill and covered in black boils that oozed blood and pus. Sicilian authorities hastily ordered the fleet of “death ships” out of the harbour, but it was too late.Read More »