Wry & Dry

  • 26th June 2020 Jun 26

    Putin for life. Leadership awards. AAA.

    Chairman Dan's level-crossing-removal-mania became so popular that he ordered that level crossings be built so that they could be removed.

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  • 19th June 2020 Jun 19

    "I'm shocked. Shocked. That ...." Streisand effect. High altitude boxing..

    "My name is Maximus Votimus Andrews, commander of the Branch-Stackers of the South, General of the Felix Branches and loyal servant to the true emperor, Xi Jinping. Premier of a state without sun, premier for life. And I will have my vengeance, in this election or the next."

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  • 12th June 2020 Jun 12

    Protesting at Rye. Record forecasting error. Electrifying Tesla.

    Police enforced social distancing laws at an out-of-hand protest on the Rye pier. Some 40 fisherpeople were a threat not only because of CV-19 transmission but more alarmingly they were carrying weapons that were disguised as fishing rods.

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  • 5th June 2020 Jun 5

    Luckiest man of the week. Round up a posse. Corona-red ink: the new black.

    The winner of Wry & Dry's Luckiest Person of the Week goes to Emperor Xi Jinping. Runner up was Joe's Smashed Window Replacement Inc, of Mobile Office, Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, USA, just ahead of Fair Ballots R Us, The Kremlin, 103132 Moscow Russia.

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  • 29th May 2020 May 29

    Claytons gunboat. Events, dear boy. Events. Barbie Dan.

    It's not quite sending in a gunboat to lob shells onto Emperor Xi's front lawn. But his mind will be unchanged and the number of Cantonese restaurants in Britain will massively increase.

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  • 22nd May 2020 May 22

    Chinese Claytons. Trickle down. Toolkit.

    China has imposed tariffs on WA barley imports in retaliation to demands for a CV-19-pandemic inquiry. This is a perfect opportunity for W.A. to secede.

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