Saturday, 15 February 2020

10 romance themed jokes for Valentine's Day

Next week sees the release of my latest short story, 'A Love Story: A Coward's Tale'. As the name suggests, it's a story on the theme of romance, so sticking with the theme of love, this week's blog post features a collection of romance themed jokes...

Wow! What a surprise!
1) How do circus tightrope performers find romance?
Online dating.



2) I told my girlfriend she was drawing her eyebrows on too high.
She looked surprised.



3) After several months, I finally told my hot co-worker how I felt, and it turns out she felt the same way!
So we turned the air-conditioning on.

Saturday, 8 February 2020

Confusing perspective (animal edition)

I've featured photos featuring a confusing perspective before on the Charles Fudgemuffin blog, and this week I once again feature another batch of photos which, on closer inspection, may not be quite what they seem...

1) Attack of the giant pigeons


To start things off, here are two giant pigeons looking for their cars...

"Hmm, now where did we park the car again?"

Saturday, 1 February 2020

A light-hearted look at advertising

Usually companies have to pay for advertising, but this week I've going to give a few companies free advertising! Their adverts were so noteworthy that they deserve to be seen or mentioned for free!

The most effective way to advertise.

1) Dubious claims


In their latest TV advert, Vistaprint promote their business cards by claiming, 'there's no better way to advertise your business'.

Well if that's the case, then why are Vistaprint advertising on TV, rather than on their own business cards? Hmm...

Saturday, 25 January 2020

Things that unintentionally made me laugh (part 1)

A cute dog, but what cute name can we give him?
This week's blog post focuses on a random website I came across one day which unintentionally made me laugh. To further explain, the website wasn't supposed to be funny, but my easily amused brain nevertheless found it very amusing.

The website in question was a website called 'Cute Dog Names', and as you might have already guessed, it's a website which generates a random selection of cute dog names for anyone looking for a cute name for their new puppy. It sounds like a cool idea, but I have to say, the website's idea of a cute dog name, and my idea of a cute dog name, are somewhat different.

To illustrate what I mean, take a look at some of the allegedly 'cute' dog names it suggested...

Saturday, 18 January 2020

The weird and wonderful world of Google

It's incredible to think that as recently as 1997, Google didn't even exist! Nowadays pretty much everyone has heard of Google, so this week the Charles Fudgemuffin blog takes a look at the weird and wonderful world of Google!


1) Strange maths


To start things off, here's one question where I'm not convinced that Google is telling the truth...

A surprisingly heavy pound of water!

According to Google, a pound a water weighs 8.36 pounds!

Saturday, 11 January 2020

Silly tautologies (part 2)

When I'm feeling lazy I often use stuff left-over from a previous blog post in a follow up post, and this week is one of those weeks as I take another look at silly tautologies!

In summary, I've summarised the report in a short
summary comprising these five volumes.
As fans of tautologies will know, a tautology is when you use needless repetition of a word or phrase in an unnecessarily repetitive manner.

Here are a few more examples...

1) Short summary


A short summary? Surely all summaries are short?

If it was a long summary then it wouldn't be a summary!

Saturday, 4 January 2020

A quick guide to 2020 for time travellers from the past

A new decade has arrived, so for the benefit of any time travellers who have came to visit the future (our present) from the past (your present), here's a quick guide to life in the year 2020...

1) The 'internet'


Harry the Hedgehog can now use the 'internet' to let all
his old school friends know what he had for dinner!
One of the biggest inventions of the future is that all the computers in the world are now linked up together via something called the 'internet'.

To explain the concept, this 'internet' can be used to access information on any subject imaginable, such as science, medicine, history, and other amazing discoveries about the world we live in! In effect, the internet is like having access to a massive million volume encyclopedia of information right at your fingertips!

People don't use the internet for this, though. Most people just use it to look at funny cat videos and to show your old school mates what you had for dinner.

About The Author

The 'How To Save The World' books
by Charles Fudgemuffin
Charles Fudgemuffin is the author of the alien comedy 'How To Save The World' books which are available for Kindle from Amazon.  The first book in the series is available from the following link:
How To Save The World: An Alien Comedy

As with all Kindle books, you can also download a free sample of the first few chapters.

Please note, the 'How To Save The World' books contain material suitable for ages 18+ and are not recommended for prudes or squares.