February’s Theme

Unrequited Love

March’s Theme

I’m Sorry!

April’s Theme

I Believe

May’s Theme

My Name is Eddie Humbert, This is a Day in My Life

June’s Theme

When I Was 13-Years-Old

July’s Theme

I Have a Love Hate Relationship

August’s Theme

My Name is Alice Johnston, This is a Day in My Life

September’s Theme

Freedom, Sex, Food & Key Chain Fobs

October’s Theme

I Don’t Believe

November’s Theme

Family Game Night

December’s Theme

This Year I’m Celebrating Festivus!

Monthly Greeting

Thank you for visiting WBOM.com!

The last few years have been wonderful, thank you all for supporting us by visiting and reading the things we posted on this site!

Most of our contributors have expressed a need for more time to do the things they need to do (like using the toilet, eating ice cream, washing their cars, buying shampoo etc.) and will no longer maintain their little corner of WBOM. On behalf of all of us, thanks for taking the time to visit us here and we wish you all the best.

- Chief Cook & Bottle Washer

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Stories & Articles

Theme: This Year I’m Celebrating Festivus!

Theme: This Year I’m Celebrating Festivus!

December 1, 2015

I am so excited about this you guys. This year I celebrate the second coming of Christ. He is back! Let me tell you. So last this morning at work the board was in a corporate meeting. We were reconsid...
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Its the time of year to thrill and amuse!

Its the time of year to thrill and amuse!

November 1, 2015

Games! Board Games! Video Games! Keeping kids and adults enthralled in story and play. For centuries people have all been keeping themselves amused with games. Over the years there was  a sinus wave o...
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GP by GP – Family Game Night

GP by GP – Family Game Night

November 1, 2015

Usually the horror of family game night would be a teeth pulling event of finding something to bond over in the hopes that the family would improve their connection and learn more about each other in ...
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Reflections: A Hard Sell

Reflections: A Hard Sell

November 1, 2015

It may be that the blatant cash-grab model of "Free 2 Play" - or "Fee 2 Pay" depending how you look at it - has jaded me over the past few years, and you may call me an ungrateful jackass. I do not mi...
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Syrian is the new Orange

Syrian is the new Orange

November 1, 2015

Recently I have watched a couple of documentaries that are part of a season that the BBC are running on racism in the modern day. Very few of the opinions expressed referred to skin colour (other than...
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I Don’t Believe: Karma

I Don’t Believe: Karma

October 1, 2015

Only the good die young. Crime doesn’t pay. You reap what you sow. Good things happen to good people. I believe all of these things (which is a little depressing… cos that means that most old pe...
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What by Who

Ferly the Cat

Ferly the Cat

by S. M. Ash | View Posts

I’m finding it difficult to write an about page for myself. I’ve never liked it when sites want you to explain yourself to others in a few paragraphs. I’d like to believe that I am more complex than a few simple paragraphs, though I could be wrong.

As far as my little corner of this site? Well, that isn’t any easier. My intent and my actions may contradict each other (as they often do) so I’ll just reserve the right to do whatever I want with it and end this nonsense about page with my usual statement about everything…

I like cake.

Reflections

Reflections

by Holm | View Posts

Several hours of my day are spent on a train. The distance I travel in my day-job is too far to travel by any other means. The rest of my journeys happen by bike with a bag on my back and since I suffer chronic shoulder pains I do not wish to burden myself with the heavy load of a computer in my travels. The big question on how to make this setup remotely tolerable boils down to the simple question how to make travelling by train entertaining when all you have is a backpack with a pencil case and your lunch.

There are several ways of doing so. The one I use the most, when no other options are available, is listening to audiobooks. I read quite a few (more…)

A Strawberry in Champagne

A Strawberry in Champagne

by Siri Bjoner | View Posts

A wise old lady taught me that life begins the second you wake up. Every morning. At 73, she and her husband would flee to the south of Europe every summer, rent a gorgeous old convertible and drive around like lunatics.

I’m not 73 (yet), unmarried (but engaged), drive a Mercedes (Lady Plum the station wagon) and spend my holidays in Ukraine (Pripyat/Chernobyl exclusion zone).

We live in the gorgeous countryside of Norway, with 11 (more…)

Random Musings of a Ginger Bloke

Random Musings of a Ginger Bloke

by Matt Blythe | View Posts

As a child, unhappy that I was forced to live in a cardboard box next to the washing machine, I ran away to live with the wolves. Unfortunately, they told me to piss off. Apparently, they don’t like ginger people either. And the fact that I had managed to find the only talking wolves in the South-East of England hadn’t escaped me, even at that age.

So I decided to join the Circus. As you know, there are fewer Circuses than there used to be. And they move about a lot… so I was in my mid-twenties by the time I found one. They told me that I was too tall to be a dwarf that is fired out of a cannon, and to be a bearded lady I needed to (more…)

A Geeky Girls Guess

A Geeky Girls Guess

by Liz Bergmans | View Posts

The time has come to…

Push the button? In a way yes, push the buttons. I decided today that I am going to commit myself to a new life as web writer. What to expect from me? I hope to be a source of ‘aaah’s , ‘oooh’s, some ‘haha’ and lol’s too. A mix of things that I find worth telling the world about and stuff I just don’t ever want to forget.

Who is this I/me? My name is Liz and I am a woman working and living with IT. For a living I program Android and for fun I try to keep up with new and innovative stuff out there. Every once in a while the world around me compels me to (more…)

The Hiemal Forge

The Hiemal Forge

by Thomas H. Falk | View Posts

The Forge is a place where deep thoughts are gathered. The blacksmith often see’s the world with unveiled eyes standing on cold evenings over his hot glowing coal. The forge gives room for reflection and charientism, featuring the unpresumptuous.

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