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Issue 46

In this issue Bikwil features Where Three Ways Meet, Extreme Ironing, Geography Song, Brennan and Dark, Feral Joke Collector, Humorous Signs, Graeme Bell, Kwizz Gig 4

In this issue Bikwil features Where Three Ways Meet, Extreme Ironing, Geography Song, Brennan and Dark, Feral Joke Collector, Humorous Signs, Graeme Bell, Kwizz Gig 4

 

 

Contents of Issue 46 (November 2004)
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Bedfellows Have Been Found — Tony Rogers
See, we do have ways of making you talk.
Mary Bennet — Jennifer Paynter
Part 18 of our serialised novella.
Where Three Ways Meet — bubcol
Here’s some sixteenth century trivia for you social history buffs. A lot of it will appeal to etymologists, too.
Web Line — Tony Rogers
"No doubt you’ve heard of the term extreme used in connection with certain sports. It refers to the performing by daredevil people of a land-based, water or aerial activity that is risk-taking and adventurous. Often the sole intent of participants is to experience the addictive adrenaline rush that comes from pushing their own limits of fear and physical ability."
Geography Song — John Birkbeck
". . . those jumpy riffs just for you . . ."
" . . . and Stars Begotten on Their Night" — Michael Buhagiar
"He was born in 1871 in Sydney into an Irish Catholic family, and showed early promise as a scholar. His precocity in Latin won him a scholarship to St. Ignatius College, Riverview, run by the Jesuit fathers, and renowned for its teaching of the Classics. Having starred both at Riverview and Sydney University, he won a scholarship to Germany where, instead of applying himself to his expected higher degree in Greek, he became immersed in the contemporary Symbolist poets, conceiving an especial regard for Stephane Mallarmé."
Bikwil presents No. 6 in the Memorable Moments in Music series.
The Feral Joke Collector
Have you heard the one about the mule and the cigars? Sorry, neither have we, but at least we do have one about each.
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
 "'For sale by owner, Encyclopedia Britannica, excellent condition. No longer needed. Husband knows everything.'"
The signs are there, if people would only look.
For Graeme Bell — Bet Briggs
Old? Never! 
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
Solution to Kwizz Gig 4.

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