Posts Categorized: Humour
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With the lunar eclipse occurring right before Valentine’s Day, everything appears to have gone wack this year. From incest to crippling loneliness to possible death, looking to the stars for love may not be in the cards for you this time around. Nonetheless, read on for important details regarding the dreaded day of love, heed… Read more »
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Ingredients: 1 chicken breast 1 package of noodles, owner unknown (but it’s probably your roommate’s) 2 cups of water 1 cup of vegetable broth (definitely stolen from your roommate) 1 carrot 1 head of broccoli (it’s been in the fridge for a few weeks, but it’s fine. Really. It’s fine.) Salt Pepper Thyme? Why not. Basil?… Read more »
In a bold attempt to increase immigration from south of the 49th parallel, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that the federal government will be flying an advertising banner over Washington, D.C., during Donald Trump’s presi- dential inauguration on Jan. 20. The banner, which will reportedly picture a Canadian flag and the words “Still An… Read more »
Trying to find a new look for the staff Christmas party? Want to make sure you *pop* at the family dinner? Worry no further: ugly sweaters are in this year, and these outfits will guarantee you’re the talk of the town all season long. All photos by Belle White, Photo Editor
President-elect Donald Trump is denying he is a toddler by pledging to cancel an order for a new Air Force One. In a tweet last week, Trump wrote that “Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. Cancel order!” … Read more »
Oh, the holidays: the time of year when the reality of brown road slush and awkward encounters with your new step-brothers are etched into memories of pristine white snow and family unity. Yet there’s one part of the holidays that’s hard to avoid: awkward political conversations at the family dinner table. We love our grandparents… Read more »