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"Shakespeare was born in 1564, supposedly on his birthday."
    Posted by JT on 14 Dec 2009. + (7) - (0) Permalink

"What is the value of an 1881 bible written by george v jones worth?" (answer: "If it proves that The Bible was written by George V. Jones in 1881, it's absolutely priceless. Especially if you offer it to the Vatican first, so they can burn it and make sure the news never gets out." From WikiAnswers)
    Posted by JT on 21 Aug 2009. + (2) - (0) Permalink

"Why would the radio on a 1994 corvette stop working after the battery went dead?"
    Posted by JT on 12 Sep 2009. + (5) - (0) Permalink
Beats me.
    Posted by Socky on 20 Sep 2009.

Lawyer: "What happened then?"
Client: "He told me, he says, "I have to kill you because you can identify me."
Lawyer: "Did he kill you?"
    Posted by JT on 31 Dec 2009. + (4) - (0) Permalink
A very good question, because, people die if they are killed. You know?
    Posted by Socky on 31 Dec 2009.

INDIAN STYLE Chinese vegetable fried rice
    Posted by JT on 28 Oct 2011. + (3) - (0) Permalink

"Won't that ruin the film?" (worried onlooker as contributor inserted new memory card into digital camera)
    Posted by JT on 15 Sep 2009. + (4) - (0) Permalink
contributor: Free Will
    Posted by JT on 15 Sep 2009.

"...in a worrying report which suggests that children with internet access are more likely to be targeted by cyberbullies..." (heard on the radio)
    Posted by JT on 22 Oct 2010. + (3) - (0) Permalink

Sign at ice skating rink: "Please note our hot chocolate is hot."
    Posted by JT on 15 Dec 2009. + (6) - (0) Permalink
This reminds me of one I saw at Ipswich railway station: "Warning: this heater gets hot"
    Posted by Wrongfellow on 15 Dec 2009.

News headline: "Grandmother of eight makes hole in one"
    Posted by JT on 3 Jan 2010. + (4) - (0) Permalink

"I do not like this word "bomb." It is not a bomb. It is a device that is exploding." (French ambassador, speaking on the subject of France's nuclear weapons programme)
    Posted by JT on 15 Sep 2009. + (4) - (0) Permalink
He's right, you know. It's not a bomb, it's an ├╝berbomb!
    Posted by Socky on 14 Nov 2009.
Yes yes, he's right. It's not the "Nuclear Bomb," it's the "Nuclear Device That Is Exploding." Sounds to me like a literal translation of the North Korean word for the bomb. :)
    Posted by Moosh on 14 Nov 2009.