“Oh no!” – shit jokes in Rainbow Comic

Don’t get me wrong, I love Rainbow Comic. That’s why I spend so much time reading it, even though I am not five.

One of my favourite things about Rainbow Comic is the way they end every issue with a rubbish joke on the back cover. Normally the jokes make no sense, and even when they do they’re a bit shit. There’s usually some really convoluted plot that has, at best, a tenuous link to the joke. Allow me to share some of my favourites –

1. “I think you’ll find…”

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George bringing pedantry to a whole new level here. Come on George, it’s obvious that Bungle is trying to tell you a joke. On what planet is he just going to come up to you and ask “What do birds use to clean their houses?” You KNOW it’s a fucking joke, stop being such a dick and spoiling his joke. I know it’s Bungle, but the joke might turn out to be really good. As it is, you’ve ruined it with your nit-picking. When people do this on Twitter I shun them. And call them a twat. Continue reading ““Oh no!” – shit jokes in Rainbow Comic”

Rod Jane and Julian and Christopher: Musical groups in Rainbow

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Would it surprise you if I said I felt like writing about Rainbow? Of course it bloody wouldn’t. Have you met me? Actually you probably haven’t met me, but you get the idea.

Rainbow wasn’t just middle aged men dicking about. It was also full of music, performed by middle aged groups who liked to dick about. Where would we be now if we hadn’t been party to songs about shapes and the postal service? Probably in prison, that’s where. Continue reading “Rod Jane and Julian and Christopher: Musical groups in Rainbow”

The many rooms of the Rainbow house

Like everyone, I spend approximately six hours a day watching Rainbow. This is because I am cool and great.

During these Rainbow marathons, I’ve noticed a strange phenomenon – the Rainbow house is infinitely big on the inside, with the ability to expand so it contains exactly as many rooms as the cast needs that day, but no more.

Here it is, inside and outside –

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And here we see George describing the house as “little”. Not ‘big’ or ‘huge’ or ‘a bastard to clean on your own, I’ll have to get a man in’, but “little”. Admittedly, he mostly seems to be concerned with how shiny the floor is. Continue reading “The many rooms of the Rainbow house”