Sunday, 5 July 2009


Laurel & Hardy at the Battle of Trafalgar...

Some scholars believe Nelson's famous line 'Kiss me Hardy' was misheard, and that the actual line was 'Kismet Hardy', which actually makes a lot of sense but does not prove for a good joke. It's really meant to 'sound' dirty rather than actually be dirty, which is why if you think about it too much it'll begin to unravel and make no sense at all. I'm actually fairly confident that there's a better joke lurking in there somewhere, so this'll probably get updated soon.