Tuesday, 1 January 2013
Sun worshipping and the sacrificial robots, TV dinners and other things
So here we are the first day of 2013 and what a great start to the day because there was this large fiery ball in the sky known to all who are old enough to remember it as the SUN. Myself and the dog have decided that the lack of sun is a direct environmental effect caused by modern mans activity on the planet. You see in recent times man has turned his back on many things and the introduction of modern technology and all its consequences, the desire for a nice easy lifestyle in front of the TV eating TV dinners and the like. At least now that TV’s are all flat panel TV’s they are easier to put in a sandwich, eating large wide scream cathode ray tube televisions was like trying to eat a hog roast on your own.
Hang on I was side tracked, I was saying that we need to look back to our past and both me and the dog think we need to reintroduce a bit of old fashioned sun worship, you never saw those Aztec's complaining about the lack of sun. Dad has said that human sacrifice is rather frowned on these days so we have decided to combine all the old ways with some modern technology and plan to build sacrificial robots. Dad is quite enthusiastic he thinks there might be a market for a sun worshipping kit, including a reusable sacrificial robot, which would make it very ECO and also make it sunny so a win win situation . . . . . .. WELL COOL.
It was a chilled start to the day pointing at the sun and testing sacrificial alters outside that would be suitable for a robot sacrifice, but then it was decided that after a game of Scissors Paper Stone the loser should go and fit a bit more tongue and groove panelling in the kitchen. Just as well I am good at this sort of stuff as I appear to doing it all, dad and the dog said they would work on a Sacrificial Robot and make sure it shouts a lot and puts up a bit of a fight and maybe has something red and gooey to trickle out of it at the appropriate time; and would not stain carpets or clothes.
I am also on a mission to nibble my way through Christmas bits, so every now and again I eat something that is a little unhealthy like meringue cream or jelly beans; I think I will need to work on this as a three week plan and I think I can count jelly beans as part of my five a day fruit and veg as they taste fruity. . . . . . Sort of.
Ooooo Yes . . . . . . . . we appear to have peanuts growing, I have had no luck with pineapples and although peanuts are not really the same I am going to give them a chance to produce some nuts, weather permitting