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Winners and Losers

March 31, 2019
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Winners and Losers

Men! Tired of being dragged in excruciating pain to Winners? You wish it were just your appendix acting up, but no. You’re a man. A collection of reflexes, impulses and genes, all designed to hunt…

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Emoji Consultant

March 17, 2019
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I got some disappointing news from a friend last week. He had a tough breakup with his girlfriend. The really sad part is he’s 56, divorced, and living in his not-so-smart car. His girlfriend? Well, she’s…

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The Cubicle

February 21, 2019
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Perhaps the most challenging aspect of working in a corporate environment is being relegated to the slums, also known as the cubicle. The median income in the cubicle slums is well below the Canadian average.…

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Patient Disaster

February 3, 2019
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Patient Disaster

I don’t get the problem with having a disaster waiting to happen. If some horrible event that will kill hundreds of thousands of people has the patience to wait around doing nothing, isn’t that a good…

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Great Balls on Fire

January 23, 2019
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Great Balls on Fire

  Hear them clang. And on fire! Isn’t it rather great that the only person who has the balls to take on Trump doesn’t have any balls? It’s obvs that Nancy deserves some honorary balls.…

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Resolushuns

December 31, 2018
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Resolushuns

I’ve never been one for New Year resolutions. The motivation behind them never lasts. I’ve always thought that if you really want to change in some way, don’t do it when everyone else is doing…

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Whose Wall Is It, Anyway?

December 21, 2018
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Whose Wall Is It, Anyway?

Steel slats. Trump is talking about the wall and “steel slats”. Is he talking about the border wall? Or the walls of Ann Coulter’s vagina?   PFHardieI am a graphic designer, humour writer, musician and…

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Playing the Conundrums

October 14, 2018
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  I felt really arrogant yesterday so I let out some self-esteam. I bought some batteries and the electricity was sold separately. I’m tired of weather being in the news 24/7. Yesterday my therapist downgraded…

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Nothing At All

September 3, 2018
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A new longitudinal study that examined nothingness, conducted over a 100-year period, has concluded nothing at all. Said the scientists: “This is a great success for the scientific community. Nay, for humanity itself. At first, we were…

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Karma Named in First Ever Lawsuit

August 26, 2018
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Karma Named in First Ever Lawsuit

In a first-of-its-kind lawsuit, an 11-year-old boy is suing Karma for negligence. Little Johnny G. Shufflebottom, speaking in court through his lawyer, Ken Garoo, claims that Karma, the universal justice-of-last-resort, bankrupted his lemonade stand empire as pay-back for…

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