Thursday, 9 January 2014
Stargazing Live, Professor Brian Cox, Dara O Briain and the classic film The Day of the Triffids..
Today has been one of those rare days that we seldom see at present it has been sunny and not windy although there is still plenty of water about in fields and on the roads and other places where water would normally not be on mass. I have armed everyone I can with pointy sticks to protect us from the possible invasion by the Toad People from the Planet Todimimiun 3. It may well be that tonight will be stage one of their attack using the cunning tactics of the intelligent intergalactic reptile mind, you see they plan to use distraction to start with followed by an idea they have picked up from the classic old 1962 film . . . . . The Day of the Jackal . . . hang on that’s not right I mean the classic old 1962 film. . . . . The Day of the Triffids. You see tonight is the third and last night of Stargazing Live where Professor Brian Cox and his sidekick Dara O Briain who we know are in cahoots with the Toad People from the Planet Todimimiun 3 because of the Brian connection to Aliens; (if you are confused you really need to read yesterdays diary entry) even Briain is almost Brian so enough said me thinks………
You see on stargazing live there was much talk of the aurora borealis being rather spectacular tonight and possibly visible from the
about midnight. If you all remember it
was the lights that made everyone blind in . . . The Day of the Triffids after
which they were eaten by the Triffids. UK
All this is far too much of a coincidence and it should be remembered that Toads and Aliens much prefer to attack their prey at night. So my advice is if you see the aurora borealis (due as I said sometime around midnight) then you are likely to be attacked and eaten by the Toad People of Todimimiun 3, but they are all called Brian so confuse them first by shouting something like look out Brian. SIR Patrick Moore is behind you then stab at them with your pointy stick or hit them with your telescope if all else fails. And remember to wear dark sunglasses if you do see the aurora borealis, or the Toad People will get you for sure.
Oooooo yes talking of the foreshore I have a feeling that Toads like the Triffids do not like salt water so make sure if the alien invasion gets underway to watch the film The Day of the Triffids, the 1962 one not one of the rubbish remakes that will only confuse you; and keep a pointy stick handy. . . . .
OK chaps it is every man for himself so Tally Ho and the best of luck, if all goes to plan we will be eating toad pie for the rest of the year. . . . . . . . . YUM . . . . . no hang on YUCK . . .