Zombie Fact! #2


Zombie REALLY like haikus.

They’re just not very good.

Zombie Fact! #1


Despite their lumbering appearance, zombies are surprisingly good at ’20 Questions’.

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The Galaxy’s Got Talent


Simon Cowell - Dark Lord of the Sith

Yoda is perfect for BGT. He has ‘a story’. 

The only one of his species. Galactic Civil War. Exiled to the swamp world of Dagoba. All to the soundtrack of ‘Chasing Cars’ by Snow Patrol.

Not a dry eye in the house.

Army of Dave – Ruining Your Childhood


There was nothing Vader enjoyed more than footage of happy slapping Jawas.

A Guide To An Electronic Life

phoneWelcome to the 21st Century. Unfortunately, it’s not the world full of flying cars and mullets as promised by ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan’ and I have yet to teach any aliens this thing that we humans call a kiss.

But, I hope these handy hints may help you through modern life until we can get our hands on some transporters and Romulan Ale:

1. Got a boring meeting to attend? Why not set your mobile phone to vibrate, pop it in your front trouser pocket and get a friend to phone you every 5 minutes? That should keep you perky during a morning of Powerpoint.

2. The beauty of digital cameras is that you can delete the pictures that aren’t very good. It does not mean that you can take 140 pictures (mostly of people’s backs) of the wedding I attended and then upload ALL of them onto Facebook.

3. If – for example – you’re sat next to me during ‘Shaun of the Dead’, your mobile rings during an important scene and you answer it with “I’m sorry, I can’t talk now. I’m in the cinema”, this gives me the right – nay, duty – to scream “THEN WHY HAVE YOU GOT THE FUCKING THING TURNED ON IN THE FIRST PLACE?” in your face.

Actually, while we’re on the subject, don’t sit behind me during ‘Moon’ and then spend the whole film asking your boyfriend questions like “Who’s that?”, “Why’s he doing that?” and “What’s happening?”. 

I know you’ve probably had your brain melted by 10 series of ‘Big Brother’ and can’t cope with any kind of narrative without a Geordie going “It’s day one thoosand ‘n’ eighty twoo ‘n’ Sam Rockwell is restless”, but give it a chance, hey?

4. If you can afford to buy a Mercedes AND a personalised number plate, why can’t you afford to buy a hands free kit for your mobile? This might help you avoid almost running a small child over in front of my house.

Also, having a personalised number plate with “SLK” on it only works if you actually have a Mercedes SLK. Otherwise, you just look a bit silly.

You can tell it’s a Monday, can’t you?

Do YOU have any handy hints that can make technology work better for us until the robots rise up and become our new overlords?

Chapter 173 – In Which Dave May Be Appreciated In His Time

I like lists. My favourite list of all time was found in a Tesco shopping trolley one day. I really wish I’d kept it.

In lovely female handwriting, it read:






And then, underneath, in big bold scribble –  added by her partner I presume – were the words:


Why do I never get to dinner parties like that?

Anyway, it was my favourite list until I found this one here where the lovely people at a company called Cision reckon Army of Dave one of the Top 10 Comedy Blogs in the UK. 

While an undeniably lovely thing to say and I’m spectacularly flattered, it’s patently untrue.

It’s not going to stop me telling every single person I meet for the next few days, though.

Still, it’s on the internet and they combined “visitor, search and social metrics with in-house expertise”. Which sounds very important. So hopefully people will believe it and shower money and shiny objects upon me.

James Dyson = Slacker

Dyson's First Invention

Dyson's First Invention


Dyson's Second Invention

Dyson's Second Invention


Dyson's Third Invention

Dyson's Third Invention