Posts published in Humour

Toddler has hilarious conversation on the phone with imaginary friend (Video)

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

This is the hilarious moment a toddler talks to an imaginary friend on the phone – filling them in with the latest salacious gossip. The youngster from Dublin was filmed talking into a landline phone by her dad, who posted it on the internet. The footage was shot in a hotel and since the beginning of the month has been viewed more than 26,000 times.        The toddler, Daisy Healy,…

Donald Trump stares at King of Morocco during Armistice event (Video)

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Donald Trump was caught on camera looked distinctly unimpressed with the king of Morocco after the monarch appeared to have dozed off at an Armistice day ceremony in France. In the clip, which was posted yesterday on discussion website Reddit and quickly went viral, King Mohammed VI of Morocco is seen with his eyes closed during French President Emmanuel Macron’s speech honouring those who died in the First World War. President Trump, who was seated…

Dutchman Emile Ratelband, 69, asks Netherlands court to change his age to 49

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Dutchman Emile Ratelband is taking legal action to lower his age by 20 years in a move he says will push back against age discrimination and boost his dating prospects. The 69-year-old Dutch TV personality and self-styled positivity guru has asked a court in the Netherlands to approve his request for a new birthday that officially would make him 49. Mr Ratelband says his legal appeal is consistent with other…

Oumuamua: Mysterious interstellar asteroid ‘could be giant artificial solar sail sent by aliens looking for life’

Monday, November 5, 2018

The first ever interstellar object in the solar system might be an artificial light sail sent to look for signs of life, it’s claimed. In a study released on Thursday, astronomers at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics published their observations of an interstellar object known as ‘Oumuamua’. According to the scientists, the rock – which is the first observed to enter our star system from another – received an…

Woman, 33, earns £100,000 a year selling her unwashed socks and trainers

Saturday, November 3, 2018

A foot fetish model revealed she earns almost £100,000 a year selling used socks and trainers – that she buys for just a couple of pounds. After someone complemented her on the ‘beauty’ of her feet, Roxy Sykes, 33, realised she could break her way into the foot fetish industry. The property investor decided to set up an Instagram page to see how true the interest in her feet was,…

Fed-up waiters slam cake into rude diners’ faces – and their bosses refuse to punish them

Friday, November 2, 2018

Waiters at a restaurant in Ukraine who had reportedly grown tired of two diners’ rudeness slammed cake into their faces – and the amusing incident was caught on camera. Footage, filmed and posted online by an eyewitness, shows the pair of waiters arguing with two woman sitting at a table at Guramma Italiana restaurant in Kiev. One of the woman can reportedly be heard saying: “Why the f*** would I…

People are baffled over latest optical illusion – but is it a cat or a crow?

Thursday, November 1, 2018

First there was ‘the dress’ which sparked widespread confusion and debate. Now people are baffled over the internet’s latest optical illusion – and they can’t tell if it’s supposed to be a crow or a cat. Although birds and cats in theory don’t look very similar, the photo has been widely shared on social media and has people completely befuddled. At first glance, the image appears to be a crow…

Experts urge us to ditch toilet paper – for gross and painful reason

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

It’s a shopping list staple and the root of many an argument in house shares, but the humble loo roll also find itself the subject of doctors’ warnings. Toilet paper may be the sort of stalwart household item you’ve literally never given a second thought to, but maybe you should… Not only could our Andrex habit – other brands are available – could be doing us more harm than good…

Could ‘Hunter Killer’ inspire recruits like ‘Top Gun’ did?

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

A new movie that’s set aboard a U.S. submarine could do for submariners what “Top Gun” did for Navy pilots. The Virginian-Pilot reported last week that action film “Hunter Killer” could provide a window into the high-stakes world of modern undersea warfare. The film is largely set aboard a Virginia-class submarine. Some are based in Norfolk and built in nearby Newport News. They are the Navy’s newest attack subs and…

Iceland bars run out of beer supplying thirsty US sailors, Marines

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Several bars in downtown Reykjavik were drunk dry by U.S. sailors and Marines in Iceland participating in NATO’s Trident Juncture exercise. The influx of thirsty American servicemembers over the weekend caused a beer shortage in many of the popular drinking establishments in the small country. Almost 7,000 sailors and Marines were in Iceland for the exercise. The population of the Iceland is about 340,000. Reykjavik’s small downtown has several bars…