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Ooh deary deary me readers, tomorrow is Election Day, and I still haven't thought of anyone I'd like to vote. As I said previously, vote I must, but whom do tick on that extra soft, kind to the skin, valet roll?
We are living in difficult times, dear public. Mount Effueudhfgdsughski has erupted and invisible swaths of Icelandic dust is filling our skies, shutting down British air travel and giving asthmatics time off work.
Unless you've been living a small mountain cave somewhere in Scotland, or inside an MP's bottom, you'll be well aware that we are in a recession.
Today was one of those days, where a big chunk of quiche poked out of the BBC's Iceland party platter, it was marvellous. And it leads me on to a question.
Have you ever wondered how many times a day we are exposed to persuasive adverts, sometimes without even knowing? No, me neither. But I am now. When I wake up I put the telly on, and it's full of fat men shouting 'Go compare!' at me.
A few weeks ago, Britain received a snowy blessing from the skies above, or as some would see it, a frozen plague from Moses deepest fantasy.
Many a deluded elder, state, without considering who they may offend, that Adolf Hitler 'Was a rather clever chap, but a tad mental'. And for the best part, I'd agree.
Jonathan has a lot of talent, he has no reason to be miserable and stick with the BBC, and I can guarantee that within weeks of his final show he'll be snapped up by a large media company, maybe even skipping across the Atlantic?