CE SOIR, FOR A CHANGE, IT WILL ALL BE MADE CLEAR

Why are we here? What’s life all about?
Is God really real, or is there some doubt?

Is life just a game where we make up the rules
While we’re searching for something to say,
Or are we just simply spiralling coils
Of self-replicating DNA?

In this ‚life’, what is our fate?
Is there Heaven and Hell? Do we reincarnate?
Is mankind evolving, or is it too late?…

Hey, look. Howard’s being eaten.

0 Replies to “CE SOIR, FOR A CHANGE, IT WILL ALL BE MADE CLEAR”

  1. Uh, try and be nice to people, avoid eating fat, read a good book every now and then, get some walking in, and try and live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations, and, finally, here are some completely gratuitous pictures of penises to annoy the censors and to hopefully spark some sort of controversy, which, it seems, is the only way, these days, to get the jaded, video-sated public off their fucking arses and back in the sodding cinema. Family entertainment bollocks. What they want is filth: people doing things to each other with chainsaws during tupperware parties, babysitters being stabbed with knitting needles by gay presidential candidates, vigilante groups strangling chickens, armed bands of theatre critics exterminating mutant goats– Where’s the fun in pictures? Oh, well, there we are. Here’s the theme music. Goodnight.

  2. ‚Cause, you see, I feel that life’s a game. You sometimes win or lose,
    And though I may be down right now, at least I don’t work for Jews.

  3. O Lord, please don’t burn us.
    Don’t grill or toast Your flock.
    Don’t put us on the barbecue
    Or simmer us in stock.
    Don’t braise or bake or boil us
    Or stir-fry us in a wok.
    Oh, please don’t lightly poah us
    Or baste us with hot fat.
    Don’t fricassee or roast us
    Or boil us in a vat,
    And please don’t stick Thy servants, Lord,
    In a Rotissomat.

  4. The media has been aflurry with reports that a new species of lemur, discovered in a remote part of Madagascar, has been named after John Cleese.

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