|May 7, 2004. The guys at
paid us a great tribute--they linked to this site. Why, you ask? Well,
let's just to say that they're taking the multimedia aspects of
chundering to a new level (and often). You have to look at the photo
album of Darren's life. Will somebody get that kid a
May 5, 2004. Here's an excellent treatment of the Mr.
Creosote throwing up scene from Month Python's
The Meaning of Life (from StoneDead Productions).|
|August 25, 2003. www.vomit.com
(need I say more?). A seemingly parallel evolution (or ancient
divergence) with only about 100 overlaps in close to 400 synonyms.
|August 24, 2003. A casual lookup of vomit at The
Probert Encyclopedia reveals that they have absorbed much of the
Thunder Chunder List, calling all of them "American slang for
vomit". Try it. Hey, how about
|August 24, 2003. May as well update the link to
Luke Davis. TheMiningCompany became About.com. We're still part of SickJokes.
I have asked him to update the link.|
|July 30, 1998. Thanks to Luke Davis for updating his links. We are now correctly
|July 17, 1998. This week's sick humour site is Luke Davis' site on TheMiningCompany.
He missed the Thunder Chunder Page in his links. This will soon be corrected. Look for me
under Just Plain Sick or Twisted Links.|
|July 10, 1998. Feature of the week: Kelly and Bill's
Subtle Chunks. Their
whole site is a riot.|
|"thunder-chunder" appears in Chapter IV of Kenneth Goldsmith's
book, No. lll 2.7.93-10.20.96.
The text of which appears in its entirety on the internet. This is an amazing book because
it starts out with long lists of words and then longer and longer phrases. The words and
phrases are sorted by number of syllables and alphabetic order. Once you get into it,
reading it aloud is like a hypnotic chant. |
|"Thunder chunder" appears as an unusual combination of search
terms in the
Canada.com help file. |
|A WALK IN
THE BLACK FOREST. Page of weekly links for A Walk in the Black Forest, a radio show on
Sydney's 2RRR. 17 Mar 1997.|