PraguePig.com was excited to hear that Penny Market is selling bread made with crickets in its Czech stores, and rushed to buy a loaf.
PraguePig.com’s “Sleaze of the Month” award goes to the Denik.cz photo editor who decided to illustrate a story about Czech high school students getting poor maths results with an unpixelated version of the picture on the left, featuring a rather well-endowed young lady.
PraguePig.com is reading “What I Dream of When I Happen to Sleep”, the English translation of Andrej Babis’s book “O cem snim, kdyz nahodou spim”, so you don’t have to.
Published shortly before last year’s (2017’s) election campaign, it’s a strange blend of “ee, weren’t it grand in the good old days” nostalgia and “here are a few Wired magazine articles I read recently” futurism.
Many of the bazillionaire businessman’s ideas are undeniably exciting — free superfast internet, anyone? — but his plans for the Czech political system are a little worrying.
Já tam snad zavolám ? pic.twitter.com/Pz9OItJ5ez
— Jan Handl (@JanHandl) April 30, 2018
Kudos to Czech writer/tweeter Jan Handl for sharing this hilarious classified ad, which PraguePig.com has translated below…
Just in time for
Christmas Valentine’s Day, here’s PraguePig.com’s guide to the best, worst and weirdest Czech gifts available.
Wishing you more of what you want in 2018!
If the current Czech general election campaign wasn’t absurd enough for you already, comedian Scott Lee Hansen has taken things up a notch or two.