Limericks, Verse

Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Election

It is now traditional that Bryntin publishes topical limericks, a tradition stretching as far back as the week before last. He has avoided being too contemporary before, fearing that, although currently understandable and pertinent, the references in his content would quickly become out-of-date over time. However, with the generally very tenuous old jokes employed and… Continue reading Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Election

Limericks, Verse

Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Election Rejection

Last time we were here, gathered around together learning about the limerick form, I used some long words. To be fair, most of the longest ones were in the sections quoted from elsewhere but, unless you already knew what it was all about anyway, it was very instructive and we probably all had a little… Continue reading Hit Me With Your Limerick Shtick: Election Rejection

Just the Facts

Just the Facts – Candidates Rundown

Welcome to another edition of Just the Facts, a column where I impart information in the form of bullet-pointed factoids that you may use to impress people with your seemingly in-depth knowledge that lasts as long as it takes to charge a phone these days. Please note, although the factoids are bullet-pointed, they cannot be… Continue reading Just the Facts – Candidates Rundown

Just the Facts

Just the Facts: Renegotiation update

Welcome to Just the Facts, a column where I am your curator of some little snippets of information that you may reliably tell other people are true because you read them on the internet. In this special edition, following on from my Brexit explainer and the article Just the Facts: Renegotiated for Factualness, I am bringing… Continue reading Just the Facts: Renegotiation update