Tag: British humour

Zeezee – a Neanderthal Cop

Zeezee – a Neanderthal Cop

| January 20, 2018

Zeezee is a Neanderthal living in 1980’s Britain. The Neanderthal were reintroduced to take the place of striking miners by Prime Minister Maggie May. Neanderthals were meek and easy to control but best of all – they had no rights. As such, they were abused and mistreated. There was, however, a Neanderthal police officer who […]

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Bite No.1: The Old Man at the End of the World

Bite No.1: The Old Man at the End of the World

| October 8, 2017

THE GOOD LIFE meets DOUGLAS ADAMS meets SHAUN OF THE DEAD! – Dave F, Amazon Gerald Stockwell-Poulter couldn’t help but feel it was extraordinary just how quickly his life had changed. One moment he was earthing up leeks in the West Sussex sunshine and the next he was rooted to the spot as Rodney Timmins […]

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Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent

Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent

| September 5, 2017

Letters to Be Read in a Heavily British Accent recounts the hilarious (and historically-set) misadventures of Sherwood, a new recruit in H. Majesty’s army; and Penelope, his bit-of-all-right back home. Through their letters the two share incidents and adventures, and discuss their relationship, which looks good on paper, but…

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