I made this with Bitstrips in 2009 and I am so proud of it. A play within a play – a joke within a joke.
One has to laugh before being happy, because otherwise one risks to die before having laughed. This is from: “Je crains […] que l’âme ne se vide à ces passe-temps vains, et que le fin du fin ne soit la fin des fins.” (Edmond Rostand, Cyrano de Bergerac, Acte III, Scène VII)
SOURCE: The Sunday Telegraph, as reported in The Week magazine of 14 March 2020 Animal-based fertilisers such as bone meal and chicken pellet manure can attract foxes. Try dried seaweed instead. Water is a scarce resource for foxes, so avoid leaving out containers that collect it. Ripening fruit that has gone soft is the equivalent…
For delivering news with a slant, It’s good, but it’s a crowded marketplace. On balance I am glad I signed up for the paid package, but if it goes back to full price when it comes up for renewal, I don’t know. That said, with the Australian case with Google and Facebook, high-quality news could…
bumf (n.)“papers, paperwork,” 1889, British schoolboy slang, originally “toilet-paper,” from bum-fodder.
What lowers my opinion of the English is the perfect rapier wit for puncturing attempts at doing anything (including constructive things) under the umbrella that everything is tainted. I know there is always room for a joke, but the English way undermines positivity.
Men in their fifties do not experience the rapid loss of bone mass that women do in the years following menopause. By age 65 or 70, however, men and women lose bone mass at the same rate, and the absorption of calcium, an essential nutrient for bone health throughout life, decreases in both sexes.