December 31st, 2003
A new Gringo Flash movie? What the hell? On the bright side, it's short and sweet. Well, not so sweet, but it is short. Oh yeah, don't forget to have a, uh, happy new year and stuff.

December 28th, 2003
Today you get to read quite possibly the greatest interview on this site yet. VeeKay the Zoot Suit Clown was generous enough to answer my questions, meaning you can find out all about being a clown.

December 25th, 2003
An update on Christmas Day? Yeah, you were right all along, I really do have nothing to better to do with my time. Still, it's a rather good One Panel Comic by Joe, so hooray for everything.

December 24th, 2003
I demanded Lauren write something for Christmas and wouldn't let him leave the office until he did. Wha' happened? Essentially, he's taken an old festive story and changed some of the words. It'll do.

December 23rd, 2003
In another striking blow for originality, you can now read my review of festive movie Jingle All The Way. If you're really bored, why not check out our store? Well? Why not?

December 22nd, 2003
Look, I'll be completely honest. I haven't got the slightest clue what Darth Phenom's festive article is about. I'm sure it's racist and bigoted, but it gave me a headache after the first paragraph so it's gone up virtually unread.

December 21st, 2003
After Official Father Christmas I really didn't think developers would have made another festive game for the Amstrad CPC 6128. But they did. Welcome to the world of Christmas Crackers.

December 20th, 2003
Two or three of you may remember our interview with Remi, owner of Monkey Island fan site The Scumm Bar. Yeah. Anyway, he sent us a Christmas card. It's really pretty and stuff.

December 19th, 2003
Joe is very much in the festive spirit, as his latest article proves. He's turned his attention to a new McDonald's commercial. Being British, I don't know what he's talking about, so I'll just upload it and wait for the Hamburglar to attack.

December 18th, 2003
It's the third annual Christmas week on this site, and true to tradition the quality of the updates is just as low as the last two times. Having said that, Jeff has drawn a rather fantastic festive card from all of us to you. Yes, you!

December 16th, 2003
You get to read another perfectly legal Powerpuff Girls comic by Joe. Meanwhile, I'll go skinny dipping in that lake where the sexy teens were killed 100 years ago tonight.

December 14th, 2003
In the interests of self-humiliation I have written an article about a holiday I went on. Picture the scene: Gringo in his teens, exploring Paris with his parents. Can you smell the fun already?

December 12th, 2003
More UnFunny from Jeff. I really can't think of anything to type here so I will just repeat a previous statement. I think Die Another Day is a horrible piece of shit. Thank you for your time.

December 10th, 2003
An early Christmas present for you, courtesy of the campaign to get Sheriff Gringo elected President of the United States. What is the present? Well, it involves Richard Nixon. And that's pretty much it.

December 8th, 2003
Governor Schwarzenegger on the environment: "Don't worry about that!" On being egged: "This guy owes me bacon now!" On the economy: "The public doesn't care about figures!" On Jeff's latest review: "SHTOP IT!"

December 5th, 2003
Actor Ed Begley was kind enough to give us an interview. He's been in This Is Spinal Tap, Best In Show, St. Elsewhere and hundreds of other things. Go read, or the threat I made on the 3rd still stands!

December 3rd, 2003
Read my guide to American dancing or I will fly over to whatever country you're in, find your house, let myself inside and become your new best friend. I may even go steady with you. Who says friends can't date?

December 1st, 2003
The mini explosion of Joe-joy (someone attack me for typing that) continues today with the next in his popular series of Powerpuff Girls tribute strips. He's so creative it's almost unbelievable. Almost.

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