Tuesday, 21 August 2012

EFT starts English Classes for Singhala Modayas in Malabe

First lesson: Catta satta on the matta Dadi naris on the table Regards EFT Special Correspondent reporting from Malabe

Monday, 16 January 2012

Sri Lankans accused of ball tampering

Watch this video, it is clear evidence of ball tampering by the Sri Lankans! Shameless Sri Lankans!


Happy Thai Pongal

Happy Thai Pongal everyone! May all your dreams and wishes come true!

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Sri Lanka wins the cricket world cup.........(in 1996)

In response to one of our reader's Pukkata Lanka comments about whats wrong with Sri Lanka cricket, here's the answer: we still think it is 1996.

The video tells it all.


Courtesy of (ripped off from) John Bala.

Wednesday, 11 January 2012


This is the scene tonight of a Sri Lanka father putting his son to bed.

Daddy (Sirisena): Son, that's enough video games, its time for bed.

Son (Parakrama): Dad, I can't sleep, can you tell me a fairytale?

Sirisena: Of course. Once upon a time there was a Sri Lankan cricket team that won a test match. The End.

Parakrama: ZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Ministry of Education provides new guidelines on 'A' Level paper re-marking

Following the 'A' Level fiasco where students were given dubious marks and marks for subjects that they did not even sit for, the Ministry of Education has provided new guidelines on re-markings. The Ministry advises the students to mark the papers themselves and award grades they think they deserved. The self re-marked papers with the grades should be forwarded to the following address:

Ministry of Education
No. 421/B, You Have Been Had Mawatha
Nachchikuda Branch
Kilinochchi District

University places will be allocated to those who excel at the re-markings, the more far off the candidate is from the actual mark they deserved, the more likely they are for a University place.

Monday, 9 January 2012

France POOFs formally apologise to Sri Lanka by publishing anti LTTE stamp

The Postal Organisation Of France, Seine (Poofs) has released a new stamp to commemorate liberty, equality and fraternity in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is now a bastion of democracy, good governance, equal rights and freedom. The Poofs echoing France's own values born out of the storming of the Bastille has released this stamp as a gesture of goodwill to counter the Eelam diaspora's recent publication of LTTE stamps. The White Van is symbolic of Sri Lanka's new found freedoms after the defeat of the LTTE. Patriotic Sri Lankan citizens can now enjoy luxurious, complimentary white van rides ride courtesy of the authorities to any destination they have no desire to visit. So enjoyable are these rides that most passengers never make it back. Demand is so high that the authorities operate a first come, first served policy, if you are the first to voice opinions uncritical of the authorities, you get served first.

Vive La Poofs!