Here at Oddball Times, we like to let you the reader in on certain secrets about the entertainment world, namely which celebrities are clones and which are spliced-hybrids. Sometimes however, certain cloned celebs aren't a secret at all, some even parade their similarities in front of the whole world for all to see! Take Post … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Post Malone And Chabuddy G
This week on Celebrity Gene Splicing we bring you Paul Eddington, the late great actor who starred in Hammer's The Devil Rides Out and TV Sitcom The Good Life. Paul, in case you didn't know, was made by mixing the genes of David Mitchell with those of Tom Hanks. By combining Hanks' mouth with the … Continue reading Celebrity Gene Splicing: How They Made Paul Eddington
Who is that fat, white man? There's pictures of him everywhere He has a swag bag, a beard, and long white hair I've heard he rides flying horned creatures but that's probably a lie They say I have to leave him a mince pie but no one can tell me why They say he comes … Continue reading Who’s That Fat Intruder?
Once it was officially announced that Prince Harry was to marry Meghan Markle, prejudiced celebs around the world rejoiced! Surely they too could replicate this media-savvy tactic? Apparently one Meghan Markle cancels out one Nazi costume and a few racial slurs, and once a wedding ring is screwed firmly onto that mixed-raced American's finger, nobody … Continue reading Prince Harry To Marry: How To Nuptially Offset And Omit Racism From History
I heard on the local news a few days ago that the police were having an amnesty on dangerous weapons. They said that people should anonymously surrender any weapons they own without facing any charges... brilliant! As soon as I heard this, I frantically ran around my house looking for any weaponry, and I found … Continue reading Dangerous Weapons Don’t Kill People, Dangerous People Do
This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is Anton Du Beke, if you don't know he's the clone of Rob Brydon! Anton Du Beke, a Strictly Come Dancing dancer and professional racist, was created when a petri dish containing Rob Brydon's genes were accidentally left resting on a sequinned Saint George's Cross flag. Don't ask … Continue reading Celebrity Clone Lab: Rob Brydon And Anton Du Beke
If someone asks you when the best Blues music was made, you'll probably say the 1950s. The best Rock And Roll music? The 1960s. The best Heavy Metal music? The 1970s of course. If someone asks you when the best Electronic Dance Music was made, you'll definitely say the late 1980s and early 1990s. The … Continue reading The Skinny Jeans Effect: Proof That Tight Legwear Restricts Creativity In Music