Monthly Archives: October 2008

When does Thailand’s royal Hollowness get axed?

With Nepal’s king Gyanendra booted into the forest, the rhetorical question of when Thailand’s king Bhumibol is kicked out begs for an urgent answer. The weirdo with beehive hat £9m firewall to protect Thai king from online detractors “Not content … Continue reading

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Final team selection for 2009 Sex Olympics

Barely 3 months after Beijing Nepal is already in the final stages of selecting a strong team to compete on an international scale in the 2009 Sex Olympics. We are trying to get the lowdown on the ‘Vulva Shakti Team … Continue reading

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Vice prez(el) Jha can’t find a role. Pimp it, baby!

There ain’t nothing that Nepalnews.com does not deem worthy to print. Wonder when they start print on toilet paper: VP Jha complains of not getting ‘any role’ Vice president (VP) Parmananda Jha has expressed dissatisfaction over what he calls ‘virtually … Continue reading

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President Ram Baran Yadav: ‘Suck me deep’

For crying out loud, man. This is not a dick, it is a bottle of water! He just can’t let go, President Ram Baran Yadav.

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Ian Martin: “Might as well stick my thumbs …”

Ian Martin (UN smart ass for Nepal): “Might as well stick my thumbs into my ass and play a little bit swivel chair.” Is that the only tie he has?!

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Gyanendra – doing the queen.

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s ousted King Gyanendra and his relatives must pay huge unpaid electricity bills within 15 days or lose the power supply to their homes, the Himalayan nation’s state utility said on Thursday.  full article here and even in Germany: Majestät … Continue reading

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Serious epidemic has afflicted party members in Kathmandu.

Just as the tourism season is in full swing a serious epidemic seems to have come from nowhere. Health officials in the capital Kathmandu are busy determining what’s behind it. Is it a flu, some sort of cranial insomnia, has … Continue reading

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