Laughzilla's Last Link! (Now Up Front!) 40 Days and 40 Nights, and it's still comin' down on me.
Funny One Liner:
"Now that Iceland's volcanic ash has been spewing ash over Europe as long as Noah's flood, and humans have endured this challenge as well or better than in times past, who
will author a legend about it for future generations to tell as their biblical testament? Or will it be authored by a billion monkeys on a billion keyboards?" ~ Yasha
10. "Although there is no threat to tourists, many have cancelled" said Gina Christie, who lives near the Eyjafjallajokull volcano. Gee, Gina, do you think it has anything
to do with the two giant volcanic ash holes nearby?
9. Obviously, environmental experts tell us, as Europe goes through one of its coldest recorded month of May, the Icelandic Eyjafjallajokull Ash Holes spewing their gas
over Europe and other parts across the world proves global warming. Never mind the obvious.
8. There is a $10,000 broadcasting scholarship available for the first American student who can correctly pronounce the volcano's name fluently followed by the words "Ash
hole" and keep a straight face.
7. "Today, we have had a little more ash fall but tomorrow the wind is meant to change again and it will be directly over our village again" said Gina Christie, a local
villager. Well, Gina, why don't you Move?
6. The longer reporters are covering the Eyjafjallajokull volcano story, the happier Tiger Woods is.
5. The more the Eyjafjallajokull volcano spews from its ash holes, the easier it is to forget the street fires and riots in Greece.
4. What is the carbon footprint of the Eyjafjallajokull volcanic ash compared to the millions of air travellers whose flights have been cancelled as a result?
3. If you think it's hard to write jokes about an Icelandic Ash hole, try spelling Eyjafjallajokull a five times without breaking your fingers.
2. Eyjafjallajokull -- It's hotter than a Supermodel, cooler than Grease, and one of the biggest Ash holes on Earth.