… I’m glad I am not on social media which refers to some bulletin boards as Walls. They tend to bicker.
Psst. Buy TOTO. They make washlets.
Did you draw this? Very funny
I did not, it was on in a covid-19 humor collection. I’ll try to find the credit, I had thought it was within the image.
Edit: it’s viral on the internet. According to Susan Madsen on Facebook, this is the orignal work of her sister Alice Madsen.
Dear Stu, thank you for 5 mins of belly laugh
Ps . Btw , unfortunately the shaman later was said infected by the virus .
Rather then making a new, “The utterly curious side of Covid” thread, I thought I’d piggyback on this one as it also fits well enough into the “lighter side” category: British MP records bedtime fairy tale for children.
All I can say is that when I began my journey into Buddhism I certainly did not anticipate that before long my legislators would take to recording (what I’d interpret to be) a remix of the Rohitassa Sutta.
Disclaimer: you may have to be a UK national and occasionally follow parliamentary activity to enjoy the full cross-eyed effect of this one.
None of these applies for me, but I just smile with you for sympathy.
Your link is to a “rolling news” site and the Geoffrey Cox story seems to have rolled away into oblivion. Not to worry, here’s the recording at Soundcloud: