Victorian Christmas and New Year greeting card published by Goodall & Son depicting the antics of two goldfish in a fish bowl.; ; ephemera, carp, humour, aquarium, water, aquatic, Pisces, fishy, ludicrous, funny, playful, fancy, comic, holly,
The Four Humours with their representative animals. Choleric, with lion: Sanguine, with ape: Phlegmatic, with sheep: Melancholic, with pig. Woodcut from an early 16th century edition of the Shepheards Kalendar. Hippocrates of Cos (active c400 BC) thought behaviour and temperament were due to balance, or imbalance, of the four humours in the body.
delhi belhi belly indian restaurant cuisine food french france nice riviera cote d'azur asian meals dishes unique funny sign name humour humourous double meaning comical comedy joke joking jokey europe european misunderstanding
An indian cuisine restaurant in the back streets of Nice, France
Cormorant bird splat bird life sea bird New Zealand photograph well timed action life style ocean black white shag humour humorous humor funny different calender view
Cormoran.The bird family Phalacrocoracidae is represented by some 40 species of cormorants and shags. Several different classifications of the family have been proposed recently, and the number of Genus is disputed.... family of seabird are birds that have adaptation to life within the marine environment. While seabirds vary greatly in lifestyle, behavior and physiology, they often exhibit striking convergent evolution, as the same environmental problems and feeding ecological niche have resulted in similar adaptations....
Roslin, Midlothian, The Lothians, Scotland, Scottish, Scots, Great Britain, British Isles, United Kingdom, UK, Europe, Rosslyn, Da Vinci Code, leisure, amusing sign, sense of humour, humorous, funny, joke, 2006
Elderly People Overhanging Building Humour Humorous Funny Laugh Road Sign By Building Geriatric In Dangerous Daring Pensioners Amusing Old Persons Trouble Precarious Situation Falling Off Health & Safety Problem Looking After Witty Caption Death Defying Acts
Nyhavn; Copenhagen; Denmark; public toilet; humour; funny; pun on words; different meaning; lost in translation; door; green door; sign; down stairs; smelly; dirty; rank; disgusting; urinal; men's toilet; gents; European; different meaning; pissoir; Danish; boats; ships; pretty; tourist attraction; sights; light ship
Public toilet in Nyhavn quayside, Copenhagen, Denmark
Relationship of organs of the body, the Humours and signs of Zodiac. From Gregor Reisch Margarita Philosophica Basle, 1508. Leo sole house of the Sun governs the heart - hence Lion Hearted. Hand-coloured woodcut.
Street perforrmer, policeman with skirt raided, street artist; unaware the tourist is taking photo for his bottom, bum, behind, attraction, show, grab-shot, funny, amusing, humor, humour, humorous, light-hearted, street photography, South Bank; London; England; UK; Europe, vertical image; Copyright Keith Erskine 2009
Annuals such as this were often the staple Christmas present of a post-war childhood. Charles Buchan's Soccer Monthly magazine, edited by the former Sunderland and Arsenal player, was published in the 1950s and 1960s. The goalmouth action on the cover photograph is between Tottenham Hotspur and Everton at White Hart Lane. His name was used on the annuals after his death in 1960. A vintage nineteen sixties cover from M&N Publishing for editorial use only
Annuals such as this were often the staple Christmas present of a post-war childhood. Radio Fun annuals were published in the UK by Amalgamated Press and ran from 1940 to 1960. The 1960 cover featured comedian Benny Hill and Hector the Bloodhound. A vintage nineteen sixties cover from M&N Publishing for editorial use only
Annuals such as this were often the staple Christmas present of a post-war childhood. The Football Association Book for Boys, 1948 was an official publication by the FA and featured the famous 3 lions emblem on the cover. Note the slightly sexist overtones of the title! The charming cover painting was by Bernard Venables. A vintage nineteen forties cover from M&N Publishing for editorial use only