There was loads of feedback on yesterday’s blog, it got 2 ‘likes’ – which made for more feedback than a Jimi Hendrix concept album.
Let’s be honest, 2 ‘likes’ means that the ‘blog post was pretty much the best thing since sliced bread – does anyone know what the best was before sliced bread? Or was it created and then simply referred to as ‘the best thing ever’?
I was surprised to see that after my slightly offensive remarks that I didn’t get any correspondence from the Williams Brothers… sorry, I obviously meant ‘Williams Sisters’ – although I’m advised that Serena may well be trying to track me down whilst she’s in a Rickshaw that she has borrowed.
Anyhow, it’s time to move on to today’s subject, which is about flapjack – specifically, it’s about a school in Canvey Island which has banned triangular flapjack after a pupil was hit in the face with a piece of flapjack and it, obviously, hurt.
The school in question has decided to allow square or rectangular flapjack to be used; which is bloody ridiculous, they both have 4 corners instead of 3 – so surely there’s a 33% more likely chance of being hit by a corner?
I don’t really see the logic of what the school did as it seems to be punishing an inanimate piece of flapjack instead of the person who threw the flapjack – the same school apparently banned the use of oblong bricks within the school grounds as boy was hit over the head with one and it hurt a lot – so hexagonal bricks are now used instead of normal shaped bricks.
I suppose food in general is a very strange thing, for example there’s a product called wholemeal bread – although I just can’t imagine bread sufficiently providing a whole meal…
The flapjack story really does take the biscuit… and the person who took the decision to ban the triangular flapjack refuted all allegations that he hates oatmeal based cakes… he even drove up to the WasteOfWebSpace to prove his point… although he struggled to get of his car… apparently he hates parkin…