Cornucopia II

Widdershins Mask(Go to Cornucopia I’ for the first in this series of posts)

…but first a word from the Widder spam folder … ‘influensive’ Any definitions would be welcome.


This video puts that overhyped word ‘awesome’ in its place. At the end the presenter does an overlay to give you the true scope of what you’re witnessing. Maximise your screen and just … watch!


The ‘Pattycake Cats’, reimagined – with subtitles. Wait for the “Poom!”


For all Greeek Myth Geeks – That Zeus really got around! (sorry I couldn’t embed the graphic itself – well worth a look though)


This last clip, a promo for a BBC show called ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’, is absolutely NSFW (Not Safe For Work) It has very … let’s call it, colourful language. Gotta love the Irish sense of humour!


“I’m an Irish catholic and I have a long iceberg of guilt” Edna O’Brien, novelist, playwright and poet

7 comments on “Cornucopia II

  1. Influensive: The indoor flight of vacillating ‘ens, probably attributed to missing their “h”.


  2. Widdershins says:

    Influensive – a friend commented:
    ‘Everybody knows it means: you don’t buy my product I give you a flu that will last 8 weeks’


  3. jannatwrites says:

    That was impressive video of the iceberg calving. (I didn’t use ‘awesome’ – ha!)


    • Widdershins says:

      The first time I watched the video was one of the few times I wished we had a big screen TV – imagine seeing it on an IMAX screen!

      … no ‘awesomes’ here! 😀


  4. Nisha says:

    Wow, that iceberg calving was incredible. Majestic, it makes you feel so small in this world that we live in.

    And thank you for that Pattycake Cat video! It put such a smile on my face 🙂 Will definitely be sharing that 😀


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