I’d say, this has gotta be one of the quickest song parody I ever wrote! From an idea posted yesterday on our local Pokemon GO Facebook group, the first verse came out within an hour, over lunch. When inspiration strikes, [… more]

3.45 am. Hours after April Fool’s Day had ended. It happened! That was 4 days ago. I had awaken in the middle of the night. Something was stirring in my head. No joke! There’s no mistaking that WittyCulus feeling — [… more]

Have you played Pokemon GO? If you haven’t caught the bug (pun intended), you’re quite likely to be in the minority. And if you don’t know what it is, just look out for “zombies” every which way you turn — [… more]

Sunday, August 2nd, was a special day. In one fell swoop, I wrote 90% of the lyrics for my latest song parody. The flow of thoughts that morning was splendidly smooth. What did I write about this round? As I [… more]

Here, I rewrite many words of a familiar song: crafting lines that have meaning yet won’t be too long. Analyze the cadence, then I’d synchronize — I’m counting all the syllables and rehearse singing in time, verses that rhyme. Parody. [… more]

Merry Christmas, everyone 🙂 It’s been a long, long, long while since my last post on abalone. And yes, in a couple of months it’s that time of year again to indulge in the springy shellfish. Yes! I digressed. So, [… more]

This thing has been going around in my head for the past few days: “Grease is the word, is the word that you heard…” Actually, I think I have hit upon an excellent idea to parody this hot late 1970’s [… more]

WittyCulus is at it again, parodying song lyrics. (My apologies that our Singlish Primer has taken a back seat since the haze started…) This time round, it’s a bit different and special: the words are inspired by and dedicated to [… more]

“Save My World, Save My World” — These words and the song’s tune keeps looping in the head. With the incessant promo on TV of this Saving Gaia song, one can’t help but being brainwashed. Luckily, I still have my [… more]

My wife made soup today; two types to be exact: watercress (西洋菜汤) and white fungus (雪耳润肺汤). As it was simmering on the kitchen stove, one pot beside the other, I was opening the lids occasionally to check the water level. [… more]