Monday, 21 September 2015
A Cautionary Tale of Love and the Curse of the Living Dead
Once upon a time in the
was a very very posh wizard
school where all the really wealthy folk sent their young wizards to learn how
to be a wizard. The problem was the young wizards were in general a bunch of
spoilt brats who did not always listen to their teachers and would mess about
and shout hoorah henri a lot at passers by.
Then one day a certain young wizard called David Volderon fell in love
with a young Zombie from land of Britainium
who was one of the walking dead who helped to feed the posh wizards in the
Kitchen. He knew she was from Denmark
because she had a huge tattoo saying Danish right down one side, It was
something the young Zombie had always regretted but at the time it was a bit of
a trend among the Danish Walking Dead.
Anyway our young hero and the love of his life who he called Miss Piggy, due to the fact she would squeal rather a lot during their love making . . . The
details of which I will not go into as this is a child friendly blog. Denmark
The trouble was Young David was an ambitious little wizard and knew that a relationship with one of the living dead would not be looked on favourably with the masses and so he dumped his young Danish partner and left her to rot in the kitchens where she was left to serve bacon, pork pies and various other cuts of meat to the pupils. She eventually vanished but not before it was said she cursed David Volderon; telling him she would return one day to haunt him like a decaying full English Breakfast and that he would never be able to eat a bacon butty ever again without hearing the sounds of wild bores every day in his vast office and his place of work, and that the disgrace of what he did to her would live on forever.
At the time he and his friends mocked her and laughed thinking who does this foolish person think they are with their piggy ears, piggy nose, piggy mouth and a small curly tail and large tattoo. But as we all now know the terrible curse has risen from out of the dark and poor David Volderon has even been deserted by his faithful pet (all wizards have pets) Kermit the Dog.
I said it might be the End of the World today and it appears for one poor chap it sort of has been. I suspect sleeping on the sofa tonight might be on the cards.