Wednesday, July 29, 2009

That Special Day

So, KiS. We've had that special wikiHowl day.... the one about the thing, where the stuff happened. Oh yes. July 11th, I remember that well, people will be asking where they were when they first heard it had happened...

Ok, what happened??? I can't believe I have missed such a major(?) milestone..? And a groundbreaking day too? Oh! It's not location related is it? No it couldn't be, could it? Large cold land mass with penguins and stuff? I'll await your announcement with baited breath.

Umm... you have mentioned the giant squids KiS. The aggressive 5-foot-long sea monsters with razor-sharp beaks and toothy tentacle things. Have you forgotten the wikiHowl aquarium... the experiments... the growth hormones... the flushing.... Ahem, I think we'll say no more on this subject.

Monday, July 27, 2009

A Very Special Day (At Long Last)

Exciting news for wikiHowl, the World's Very Largest Hilarious How-to Do It Manual, Dave! July 11th was a groundbreaking day for us.


And I bet you don't EVEN know WHY!

If you don't figure it out, I am not even sure a brain transplant would help, but you never know. Give if your best try, Dave. Say you will! Try to guess what happened on July 11, 2009. And if that viewer of ours beats you to it, I will be shocked!

Hint: You are probably warmer than he is........

Thursday, July 23, 2009

wikiHowl's Crystal Ball

Dave, remember our brainstorming session? When just after the new year we kicked back and thought about what we could do in the face of an invasion of giant squid. Or something. You know, just in case such a thing would actually happen a few months later. In the summertime. That led to us combing the archives of wikiHow to see if they had anything on the matter. And they did. At the time. Someone had written all about how to fend off a Giant Squid! So we rescued the article and threw it up on our pages for posterity because wikiHow does not keep that kind of article around. For long.

And sure enough, soon after that, a veritable swarm of aggressive 5-foot-long sea monsters with razor-sharp beaks and toothy tentacles took a swim up to San Diego from where they had been congregating off the Mexico coast. Doubtless, many (perhaps BOTH!) of our California readers have read the article and have gotten hold of a "A solid gold blessed harpoon". That is what our article says you need to be successful in your bid for protection against the California invading Humboldt Giant Squid. After all, they can grow up to the size of 100 pounds, down there in the deep waters off Mexico, where they have been known to attack humans. So you need a nice big weapon, and gold is all the rage these days anyway.

Ooh, Dave! I keep forgetting we are a humor site, so this article might not actually work. Shall we just tell our SoCal readers to stay out of the water?