Friday, 9 March 2007

Funny business

A novel idea from Troubled Diva regarding raising funds for Comic Relief Day without having to resort to public humiliation, donning a red nose, sitting through a Telethon or in a bath of baked beans as Unreliable Witness wryly observes.
It's an appeal to UK bloggers who may have a post in their archives, or one they wish to specially prepare, that can make people laugh. I personally request that Goldfish and Lady Bracknell submit entries (these are recent fine examples) as their posts can often work such magic.
I unfortunately remain sadly at a loss, as I am sad and have of late, but wherefore I know not, lost all my mirth.
But for those with sense of humour still intact, get over to Troubled Diva this instant.


David said...

Hang in there!

seahorse said...

Oh thanks David, you are sweet to be looking out for me every so often. I need to bring myself out of the mire and shake myself down a little. Spring is beautiful here at the moment. This helps.

The Goldfish said...

Thanks for your kind words, Seahorse :-) I'm thinking I might submit this one, which is probably the funniest thing I've written (uh, not much competition), and hope that it makes sense without the pictures.

Hoping that your mirth returns very shortly.

seahorse said...

Good choice Goldfish. I remember it well and it's a polished performance.

bridgett said...

I have blogrolled you over at My Beautiful Wickedness. I enjoy your writing and your philosophy of hanging on to beauty as an antidote.

seahorse said...

Thanks Bridgett. I'm touched and will visit your site :-)

Lady Bracknell said...


Lady Bracknell's weeks of ill-health have resulted in her having missed the opportunity to perhaps have one of her posts published in hard copy.

How very galling. (But how kind of the Seahorse to consider Lady Bracknell's words worthy of inclusion.)