August 28, 2012 / / BLOG
April 14, 2012 / / BLOG


The moose dreamed of becoming a Lippizzaner. But they always turned him away at the auditions on account of his pedigree – or rather, the lack thereof.

For a brief time in 1986 there were rumours of a new company, the Lippimoosers.

Alas, that project never came off the ground.

January 20, 2012 / / BLOG
January 13, 2012 / / BLOG

Frog-like bride

She brings rain shortly after her wedding day. Traditional dresses were hot pink but these days, frog ladies prefer a more Christian white. She opposes slavery. Do you?

February 4, 2011 / / BLOG
June 18, 2010 / / BLOG

Unstucker v2.3.a.1 System requirements: a computer

April 21, 2010 / / BLOG

Travel for days to take pictures of you and the wife and kids next to well-known landmarks. Try to fit in as many landmarks as you can into your itinerary.

By following these essential guidelines, your trip will be remembered for years to come. Eventually your memory will start to fade and you’ll remember your travels with fondness.

April 16, 2010 / / BLOG

When in Verona, break out in spontaneous sonnet.

April 9, 2010 / / BLOG

When in Rome, do the Roman Boogie.

April 2, 2010 / / BLOG

If you are traveling with children, drag them to as many museums as you can fit into a day. Be sure to skip rapidly over interactive exhibits and make them listen to all the tracks on the audio guide. Better yet, make them read all the descriptions.

March 26, 2010 / / BLOG

If you find you must travel (for work purposes, or to visit a distant relative who just had a baby and your wife insists on delivering the hand-knitted socks herself) there are certain, very important things to keep in mind.

Travel Tip for the World-Weary #1

Start complaining about how expensive travelling is as soon as possible. From airplane tickets to the price of coffee (“R50! For a coffee!”) there are many reasons to suddenly become stingy.