Sunday, February 28, 2010

She actually became excited as she took this picture

Having no money has it’s benefits. It’s just hard to see them sometimes. Jill Y wanted to go for a walk in the park and as there was no way we could possibly spend any of the money we don’t have by going for a walk, I thought it would be a nice way to spend the afternoon. We packed a picnic and admired the simple things – the gentle breeze against our entwined hands, the melodious sound of the birds and the stature of the trees. Actually, Jill Y was very much interested in the stature of the trees and one tree in particular. I don’t know why but she actually became excited as she took this picture: 
Tree penis
Bill Y

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Who does Obama look up to?

If you’re like me and lets hope you’re not, there’s a certain type of person you look up to in this world. I’m not talking about Bono, The Dali Lama or Paris Hilton. I’m talking about someone who changed someone’s life for the better. Someone who put his own safety at jeopardy for the sake of a kid. I am, of course referring to Mr. Miyagi. It turns out, I’m not the only person who feels this way:
Bill Y

Friday, February 26, 2010

Parents are cool

Friends are great but parents are better. Parents always look out for their kids, even when their kids aren’t kids anymore. You can turn to your parents for help with anything and they’ll always be there for you. When we’re young, we’re convinced that our parents don’t understand us and all they want to do is moan and give out. When we get older, we realise they were only looking out for us. Parents are cool:
dont-you-know-anything Bill Y

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Kids are different these days, I kid you not (Part 2)

Kids often speak a lot of nonsense and this is a good thing as there’s plenty of time to be grown up in the big bad world and be surrounded by horrible people like traffic wardens, bosses and Bon Jovi. Sometimes though, kids speak so much sense that you wonder how they could possibly have so much knowledge at such a young age. This kid must possess a super power. How else could she so perfectly predict the future?
Control Life Bill Y

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Alternative Smiley Guide

I’m not a massive fan of smiley's. Sure there’s a time and a place for one or two which can be carefully placed to make a point but in general, they’re massively overused. Jill Y recently gave me a b’day present of a mobile phone which was masquerading as an mp3 player which thought it was a GPS device which was convinced it was a million other things. I looked through the various manuals and came across a guide to some smiley's I hadn’t seen before: 

Bill Y

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Kids are different these days, I kid you not

When I was a little person, I thought I was smart. I then got bigger and realised I wasn’t smart at all and that’s why I left school at 32 – only kidding, I didn’t go to school at all – only kidding, I’m a nuclear physicist – only kidding, I have a degree in music – only kidding, or am I? Enough of my incessant waffle, kids today are different to when I was a kid as depicted below:

Bill Y

Monday, February 22, 2010

Its good to mock – opening the eyes of your mind to new things

At It’s good to mock. we’re not the type to let things bother us too much. We take things in our stride and prefer to kickback to some chill out sounds, reading Paulo Coelho while exercising our Zen like minds. Okay, that’s not exactly true. We listen to ‘The extremely humourless, non-violent midgets’, read comics and mock the bejaysus out of each other while drinking cider but that’s not my point. All I’m saying is that we’re fairly relaxed folk and rarely become perplexed. That is until we received an email the other day. The email contained an image which turned our world upside down 180° style. Because we’re a caring and sharing bunch of mockers, we’re going to reproduce that very image for you. Prepare for your mind to be taken on a journey to a place never visited before:

imagesOK_20man Bill Y

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Additionally, if you do not want to receive email communications from us, you must provide us with the email address we should not contact.

Hands up if you read the small print at the bottom of stuff? I rarely do and as a result, when I request information from a company, I get follow up ‘special offers’. I then have to send an ‘unsubscribe’ email to stop the ‘promotional material’ from invading my inbox. I’m going to make a conscious decision to read small print from now on but there are some things I just don’t understand. Jill Y’s friend was filling out the below form was asked to provide the email address that she DIDN’T want to be contacted on!

Bill Y

Saturday, February 20, 2010

The room of rest

This is not the first time we’ve used toilet humour and believe me when I tell you it won’t be the last. When there are pictures like these out there, they demand to be seen:








Bill Y

Friday, February 19, 2010

The Fast Food Mafia

I know so little but this is good for you. It means, when I discover new things, I can share them with you and we all gain from it. The other day I learned that ‘stressed’ is ‘desserts’ backwards. It turns out that quite a few of you already knew this. You might not know of my latest discovery - The Fast Food Mafia. Don’t mess with these guys:
Bill Y

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Famous Faces

At It’s good to mock HQ, we get bored very easily and are always coming up with new ways to amuse ourselves. Phil Y introduced us to his new fav game ‘Name the face on the toast’. Don’t worry, we never heard of it either. It’s simple enough to play. You just name the face on the toast. The answers are upside down, under the toast and not in any particular order. I just know, some of you are going to turn your monitor uʍop ǝpısdn:
ʇunlq sǝɯɐɾ  'ɥɔɹnɥɔ ǝʇʇolɹɐɥɔ 'ʎɐsɯɐɹ uopɹoƃ 'ɯɐɥʞɔǝq ɐıɹoʇɔıʌ 'ʎʇɹǝɥop ǝʇǝd 'ɹǝɥɔʇɐɥʇ ssǝuoɹɐq 'llǝʍoɔ uoɯıs
Bill Y

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Prepare to be mocked, individually

Some people are individuals and have individual ways about them. This can be a good thing. If we were all the same, it could get kind of boring out there. When you’re in the business of Mocking, individuals can sometimes be your bread and butter. The following people have one thing in common – they all have a certain individual feature about them. Can you guess what it is?




Coming soon…Mullets
Bill Y

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The dogs bark back

It’s hard to be a nice person sometimes. Trying to please everyone can be tricky. Yesterday, I showed you some of the cats I found while working on my ‘counting the amount of cats on the internet’ project. I should of seen this coming – the dogs are now complaining that the cats get all the publicity and they’re feeling left out. They also pointed out that this wasn’t the first time this has happened. In an attempt to even things out, let’s go to the dogs:






Bill Y

Monday, February 15, 2010

A cast of cats

Do you ever get the feeling that you’ve taken on too much? A couple of weeks ago I decided to begin work on a new project and count the amount of cats on the internet. I’m not a naive little mocker. I knew there would be a lot of work involved but didn’t realise just how time consuming it would be. One advantage of cat counting is that I’ll eventually write a book called ‘I counted the amount of cats on the internet and then went for a snooze’. I can also show you some pictures of said cats, such as:
Scared present cat

Instant Cats

Flower Pot Cats 
2 Cats in a flower pot


Bill Y

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Funnier than a rubber crutch? Maybe not.

Putting together It’s good to mock isn’t exactly rocket science. We usually post a picture or two, followed by some words. On a good day, those words might even be funny and get a laugh or two. As I said, it’s not the hardest thing to do. Every once in a while, we find a picture that leaves us speechless and we’re not exactly the speechless type around here. We found one such picture that had no caption so we purged our unclean minds, used all the creativity at our disposal and put some words on the picture. We’d like to take this opportunity to apologise in advance but don’t think we should ‘cause we think it’s funnier than a rubber crutch:

It was me but I've stitched somebody up
Bill Y

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Check out The Clinic

If everything was the same, we’d be massively bored, massively quickly. Thankfully there are some strange places out there, that stand out from the norm. One such place is The Clinic Bar in Singapore. While sports themed bars are popular these days The Clinic Bar, as the name suggests, models itself on a clinic. Take a look at originality in action:

Outside the venue, the seats are hospital beds with pillows as cushions


Inside the venue, more of the same and wheelchairs


The lights are those big things they have in operating theatres

The Clinic,Singapore

If you found yourself waiting for friends in The Clinic Bar, you might look through a magazine to pass the time over a quiet drink which you can get in a Drip.


I was trying to think of the type of magazine you could read if you were waiting in The Clinic Bar for some friends to arrive. I’ve only gone and found the perfect magazine. Although I like the ‘girls’ part, I’m not too keen on the ‘corpses’!

Bill Y


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