Thursday, 17 January 2013
Navigating insurmountable geographical obstacles and beef burgers
I am here writing my diary entry in the dark of the early evening after a fairly uneventful day with snow blowing in our faces as we staggered across the wild bleak wilderness of the school playground towards the geography department. It is always worth remembering a few key things in the winter when the snow starts, one is the geography option is not for the faint hearted these days, not since the incident with Brian’s chemistry experiment in the main corridor leading to the external diversion along the north face of the tennis courts. The risk of falling ice and glacial erosion at this time of year means stragglers can be lost for days. However the Geography teacher himself says you can’t beat the challenge of navigating insurmountable geographical obstacles getting to the geography classroom to make you understand how they are formed (the features not the rooms). And the headmaster likes to call it character building. In fact if the snow keeps up like it has been today I hope to build my own character tomorrow, The Snow Zombie. I am very optimistic as the weather forecast in the
is heavy snow (very heavy snow) everywhere and that included here. . . . .
.WELL COOL. UK
The Ghost Writer had to go off to an important meeting today about funding projects and why his organisation may have to resort to eating all the staff in a cost cutting exercise. It appears that by turning all the staff into say beef burgers they can sell them to several large supermarkets who for various reasons find themselves a bit sort of burgers at present. There are two great advantages to this; one is they save loads of money on making the staff redundant and secondly they can sell the staff for a profit of at least £5.00 a pound, although according to the Ghost Writer it is not absolutely legal and may break certain industrial legislation. The Ghost Writer has avoided the fate by getting in early and offering to operate the mincing machine and print up all the 100% organic beef labels (guaranteed not to contain horse or humans . . . .honest).
I have to say it feels a bit chilly tonight I think rather that beef burgers we are very likely all going to turn into ice burgers HAH AHHAH hah ahah hah hah hah hahahhahah hah ah hah ha hah hah ah ah hha h hah hah hah ah ahh ahahah ahhah .
OK I need to go and eat now before I post my diary entry to the world.
I have eaten now . . . YUM