Friday, April 30, 2010
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
I’m not sure if I like the sound of the tales from the grown ups although the ladies of the day had some sweet ideas:
Monday, April 26, 2010
Disclaimer: It's good to mock would like to state that we do not endorse Tennents for babies (we asked Tennents if they would like our endorsement but they didn’t like the picture of Dill Y smoking) and would like to point out that there are much better beers for babies on the market.
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Today, It’s good to mock celebrates success. We will however heed Brando’s warning not let it get to our massively confused heads. Cast your mind back to yesterday and you may remember the mask we gave you of the legend that is Christopher Walken. A mere few hours have passed and we received a picture via the medium of electronic mail from reader Tom ‘too much time on his hands’ Donnelly. Not only did Tom make the mask, he creatively coloured in Walken’s hair and lips:
We salute you Tom and will recognise your genius like talent for many moons to come for it is people like you, who make life worth living. Much respect.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
We all know Christopher Walken is the greatest person to ever grace us with his presence. Our proposal is to create a Christopher Walken for everybody, everywhere, thus bringing joy to the masses. Please take a moment to compose yourself. You heard us correctly. Please note, these are not just fancy words we throw at you. We have thought this through, leaving no stone unturned. Please see below, our detailed instruction. If you can’t follow this, kindly leave this blog now for you are not worthy. Can you even read? I mean seriously? Enough already, bear witness:
Friday, April 23, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
As a guy, I don’t use the word ‘love’ too often but I’m beginning to worry as I think we actually love coffee. Because coffee is left alone in the house all day, we wondered if it ever became amorous and made a move on some other coffee. It turns out that it does:
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Saturday, April 17, 2010
We like to set targets at It's good to mock. Yesterday we decided to do three things. They had to be three useful things and the only condition is that they had to be done quickly, the quicker the better. Here's how the tasks worked out.
Jill Y decided to read 'Everything Men Know About Women'
I decided to graphically show kids how bad McFast food is with the aid of a McCrab and McCockroach
Phil Y decided to finally crack math’s
Friday, April 16, 2010
Like most people these days, we've been forced to make cutbacks at It's good to mock HQ. We like to think of ourselves as forward thinking, entrepreneurial types and are always trying to think of ways to make money to keep Jill Y in new shoes.
NB: Before we get into this, does anyone else think Jimmy Choo is a damn good name for a shoe designer?
NB2: Jimmy Choo was born into a family of shoemakers and that's gospel 'cause Google said so.
One of the massively horrible things about the state of our economy is that there are so many people out of work and as a result of this, there are too many people applying for the few jobs that do appear on the market. Companies don't have time to interview everybody and this is where my latest totally amazing idea comes in. I've been wearing my thinking cap (don’t think, I don’t have a cap with 'thinking' on it) and may have found a way for companies to narrow down the unsuitable candidates before they even get to the interview stage. This is just the first draft but I think you'll get the idea and we'll be very rich, very shortly. Suppose you are a firm of Computer Engineers and you want to hire someone. You hire me to come up with a campaign which is going to weed out the weaklings before you even speak to them:
Thursday, April 15, 2010
A man can only do one thing at a time.
The above statement is very nearly true. A man can only do one thing at a time but he'll very gladly do two women at a time.
William James, an influential American psychologist during the late 1800s said that we only use 10% of our brains. I wasn’t around in the 1800s so I didn’t hear him say it myself but I can’t say I believe or agree with him. Having said that, I wouldn’t say I use much more than 10% of my brain. I’m not very good at retaining information because I get bored very easily and my feeble mind tends to go walkabout. Lately, If I look at certain pictures, they somehow make me think of certain songs. I then can’t get the song out of my head and there’s no more room for further information. Let me give you an example: