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Started by fenderstrat on Jul 5, 2018 9:21:15 AM
Sexist world records

As first recorded in Viz.

My wife just took 2hr 10m to put on a bikini.

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Agaliarept - 05 Jul 2018 09:33:54 (#1 of 4)

Real one from the Viz:

Over a period of twelve and a half years Mr William Bavistock of Mold Clwyd (GB) is estimated to have bought more than 18,350 identical screwdrivers, all of which he knows are somewhere in the house. Unable to find any of them, when Mr Bavistock changes a plug fuse he invariably has to use a butter knife. In 1968 Mr Bolivio Gonzalez of Caracas (Venezuela) made an unsubstantiated claim that he had purchased over 26,750 flat-bladed screwdrivers, but the only one he could ever find was a Phillips.

Gotout - 05 Jul 2018 09:55:28 (#2 of 4)

My wife just took 2hr 10m to put on a bikini.

Was that because you kept unfastening it?

fenderstrat - 05 Jul 2018 10:01:53 (#3 of 4)

Another world record for fenderita in the field of missed-a-bit. In 26 years of marriage, fenderita (47) has helpfully pointed out that her husband has “missed a bit” an estimated 19,710 times (based on a conservative frequency of twice per day). The bits missed included dust, soap, suntan lotion, potatoes, notes in musical phrases, recollections of past arguments, spillages and breakages of all types, long grass on the lawn, paintwork, fertiliser, whiskers and poo. 78% of claims were associated with fisted-hands-on-hip stance and, though this is not allowable under international rules, more that 90% of missed-a-bits were highlighted before the job was finished.

markymark123 - 05 Jul 2018 10:14:10 (#4 of 4)

lol

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