Open Joke Competition

We’ve reached 100 posts! Time to celebrate!

To do so, and following the massive success of our Open Caption Competition, here is an innovation from SW ..its our inaugaral “Open Joke Competition”.

The subject we want you to send us your gags about is FDR….

No silly we dont mean Franklin Delano Roosevelt…we mean:


Yep! Sent us your funniest gags on the topic of the death of Faisal Gazi’s Khawarij uncle during the 1971 rebellion in East Pakistan. Remember…the more offensive the better.

Competition deadline this Friday 28th October at 12pm.

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3 Responses to Open Joke Competition

  1. Pingback: Open Joke Competition (results) | Spittoon watch

  2. La Morsi says:

    Faisal Gazi’s relatives were slaughtered like dogs by the Jamaat and his female relatives gang banged by the Pakistani Army. Hahaha!


  3. La Morsi says:

    We publically speak about ”Freedom of Speech will dominate” and ”All May Speak Their Minds” but
    when someone actually practices this against us we try and get them banned!

    ‘It has also exposed The Spittoon, a McCarthyite operation run by members of Centre for Social Cohesion in collaboration, for a while at least, with members of the government funded Quilliam Foundation.[25] This expose was not well-received by the interests behind The Spittoon. The website first tried to intimidate the Powerbase researcher who had made the discovery with threatening emails, followed by a smear campaign, which was coordinated with an allied attack blog, Harry’s Place.[26] Shortly afterwards a similar smear campaign was also directed against the founder of Powerbase. Several neoconservative operators have also tried to use legal threats to shut Powerbase down. In June 2010, Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens of the Centre for Social Cohesion, a frequent contributor to The Spittoon, successfully pressured Powerbase’s British domain name registrar to temporarily shut down the website.[27]‘


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