The early comic catches the... oh fuck, I've got nothing

Posted on May 20th, 2006

We're posting early this week so Jamie can spend the long weekend at his cottage. Amazing as it must seem to outsiders, Canadians set a special day aside to celebrate Queen Victoria — 105 years in the grave and by all accounts the most joyless human to ever walk the earth. Fireworks seem an odd memorial for a woman who never had a single orgasm, so I'll be marking the occasion with morose and begrudging intercourse instead.

Incidentally, I apologize for the vulgarity of the comic's title, but how often do you get the chance to make a Medusa-themed double entendre?

Speaking of Mediterranean women, I was amused to discover that the female night elf dance in World of Warcraft was the result some horny programmer's obsession with Corsican singer Alizée. Beyond that, the only thing I know about her is that she doesn't judge people by their looks, because she married this guy.

Finally, if you enjoyed today's punchline, you'll love this.


P.S. We wanted to give the latecomers a chance to vote, so look for the new words vs. pictures this Tuesday.


UPDATE: Wrath of the Victorian Historian!

One of the great freedoms of writing a blog is the carte blanche one is given to vomit forth prejudices and misconceptions in the guise of hard fact. Since everyone knows bloggers are opinionated and uninformed in equal measure, nobody holds us to trivial academic standards such as accuracy.

Yeah, Deva71 and Mouse didn't buy it either. In my defence, does this look like the kind of website a Victorian scholar would visit? And does this woman look like a sex machine? Amazingly enough, the answer is yes on both counts.

Speaking of opinionated ignorance, the new words vs. pictures is now available for your fact-checking pleasure.


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