Eviltron The Best Ever Gadget For The Jokester

For todays gift suggestion I’m going to suggest something a little different. Although it can still be classed in the technology category it’s not something that you can, use other than to play practical jokes on family, friends and work mates that is.  :devil_tb: Now, you guys know how much I love my remote control TV watch and how I use it to play jokes on people because I wrote about it when reviewing the Casio Remote TV watch. Well, the Eviltron is an electronic gadget that will drive people crazy and you into fits of laughter. Will probable make for some great YouTube videos :wink_ee:

What you’re going to love about the Eviltron is that it’s small, a bit bigger than a quarter, and has a nice strong magnet attached to it making it easier to hide. From the reviews I’ve read on it the majority of people love it. It sells for less than $10 and is the perfect size for those Xmas stockings. Better yet, buy one for yourself so you can start fooling people making them believe their hearing things.  :tongue_laugh_ee:

Check out what they have to say about it on Amazon….. Read the rest of this entry

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Before we get to this week’s Friday Funnies I’m sure I don’t have to remind anyone that Christmas is just around the corner. I’m also sure that a lot of you haven’t got all your Christmas shopping done and one of the reasons for that is because some people are just too hard to buy for. Not to worry, that’s why I’ve come up with a new category for WassupBlog, it’s called Great Gift Ideas and leading up to Christmas I’ll be writing a post featuring a unique Christmas gift idea.

Sounds like a lot of hard work doesn’t it? Well it’s not because {WP-Zon-Builder} is doing all the hard work for me!  :drunk_tb: OK, not that I’ve gotten that out of the way it’s time to amuse you with this weeks joke, one that was sent to me by one of my list subscribers, and true to my word I’m rewarding him for it. Chris Davies, who’s  been a loyal list member since January, runs a blog called PawPoint dog clothing and designer pet accessories. Like yours truly Chris is taking advantage of the Christmas season by promoting special gift ideas for your treasure pet. Thanks for the joke Chris, I loved it mate.

Apparently this joke is all the rage in England at the moment. I’ve heard a version of it before but I can’t quite recall it. Anyway, here’s Chris’s version.

An Australian man was having a coffee and croissants with butter and jam in a cafe when an
American tourist, chewing gum, sat down next to him.Aussie bloke

The Australian politely ignored the American, who, nevertheless started up a conversation.

The American snapped his gum and said, ‘You Australian folk eat the whole bread?’

The Australian frowned, annoyed with being bothered during his breakfast, and replied, ‘of course.’

The American blew a huge bubble. ‘We don’t. In the States, we only eat what’s inside – The crusts we collect in a container, recycle them, transform them into croissants and sell them to Australia .’

The American had a smirk on his face. The Australian listened in silence.

The American persisted, ‘D’ya eat jam with your bread?’ Read the rest of this entry

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Friday Funnies #42 Some Real Aussie Humour

Hey guys, did you have a great week? Sure hope the boss hasn’t been ragging you too much. Not to worry, at least the week is nearly over and when you get home you’ll be able to put your feet up, relax and read the latest edition of Friday Funnies. Heck, you may even be sticking it to the boss by reading this while you’re at work. If that’s the case make sure you don’t fall off your chair laughing because that’s going to give you away for sure.  :cheesey:

For this weeks Friday Funnies edition I thought I’d share a bit of Aussie humour with you. This joke takes place in the Northern Territory.

An outrageously Australian joke!

A Northern Territory farm hand (maybe an Irishman :tongue_laugh_ee: ) radios back to the farm manager.

‘Boss, I gotta helluva problem here. I hit a pig with the Ute.
The pig’s OK, but he’s stuck in the bull bars at the front of my Ute
And is wriggling and squealing so much I can’t get him out.’

The manager says,’Ok, there’s a .303 Rifle behind the seat.
Take it; shoot the pig in the head and you’ll be able to remove him.’

Five minutes later the farm hand calls back, ‘I did what you said
Boss. Took the 303, shot the pig in the head and removed him from the
Bull-bars. No problem there, but I still can’t go on’. Read the rest of this entry

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