Friday, 3 October 2014
Mans Last Great Adventure . . .
I am starting to prepare for my trip into the unknown a trip fraught with danger and wild beasts and things of which I am yet to think of. Preparations have already been made and we will be setting up our first camp in the freezer section of the huge out of town supermarket next to the frozen Peas. This will give us some protection from the prevailing winds that blow constantly from the large automated sliding doors. I will be undertaking this journey with Esmeralda, Freddie and his Ferrets and we have managed to acquire bearers to carry the heavy equipment needed to complete our task. Our negotiations with the local tribe called The Checkouts failed terribly, but luckily Freddie found the leader of the reclusive Trolleymen who has agreed to carry our supplies for a modest fee. It seems the Trolleymen have some sort of strange device they use to carry stuff in called a trolley, which I suspect is the reason they are called the Trolleymen.
Anyway we will shortly be starting our trip (well sometime in the next few days) to find the source of the last great river that man has yet to explore.
Yes as our support vehicles park up in the car park of the great out of town supermarket in readiness there is nothing left to do but publicly announce our attempt to find the elusive Source Of The Aisle
Things are looking good for this MAN'S Last Great Adventure we have already had two memorable quotes from Freddie and Esmeralda
Dr Livingstone’s Fresh Organic Cornish Pasties I presume
I am going for a little walk I may get some thyme.
Should our expedition be successful there is already talk of an attempt on the North Face of the IKEA in the future.