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“How are you?”

January 4, 2012
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WHEN SOMEONE asks me ‘How Are You?’ I always reply automatically: ‘Fine thanks, how are you?’ That’s what they want to hear. I bend to the whims of social etiquette. NO LONGER! The beast within…

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A Mountain Out Of A Molehill

December 22, 2011
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I HAD THE most embarrassing experience once. You might think I am making a mountain out of a molehill, but, at the time I felt I was teetering on the edge of the Grand Canyon.…

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The Ballad of Juan Kerr

December 17, 2011
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When I woke up one morning my girlfriend, she had gone. Well, if I was really honest I never did have one. But if I did have one she’d be bound to up and go:…

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Doctor Foster steps into a muddle

December 12, 2011
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SCENE: DOCTOR’S SURGERY [DOCTOR FOSTER IS ATTENDING TO LITTLE JACK HORNER] Dr Foster: Well, Master Horner, I hope that’s the last time you stick your thumb where it’s not wanted. Just rub this in twice…

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The War of the Future

December 5, 2011
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In this shallow, celeb-obsessed age, as style frequently wins the war over substance, your eagle-eyed visionary can foresee the types of conflict the world is heading towards. APRIL 2044, LONDON. The Channel War is well…

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Time travel and other concerns

November 11, 2011
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Cliff Richard

STICK WITH WHAT you’re good at. That has always been the advice of my young friend, Maxim. I have always been very careful to maintain a career in cartoons, caricature and comic writing. If I…

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See your house from space!

November 5, 2011
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Simon Ellinas Caricaturist London Caricatures at Parties and Events Topical Humour and Satire Simon EllinasCartoonist, caricaturist, humorous writer and video producer. Humour's the big thing.More Posts - Website - Twitter - Facebook

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A cartoonist writes . . .

October 9, 2011
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A cartoonist writes . . .

Is cartooning viewed as a ‘folk art’ along with macramé, pottery and morris dancing? AS A CARTOONIST I am often asked, “Why don’t you bugger off?” This is usually from prospective clients. One receives the…

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Woody Allen’s prose

September 27, 2011
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WOODY ALLEN’S fame for extracting humour from the serious side of life is well-known. And in many of his films, humour is noticeably absent as he mines the darkest recesses of the human psyche and…

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Nightmare at Macy’s

September 9, 2011
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DreamsCartoon

YOU’RE WALKING DOWN a crowded street and to your horror, you notice the people looking at you and laughing. They’re pointing at your nether regions and when you look down, you notice that you are…

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