Friday, February 03, 2006

I know that two in a row is pretty lazy, but this one was just such a delight! I might try putting in "Neil Harding" next...!

Ten Top Trivia Tips about NuLabour fascism!

  1. You share your birthday with NuLabour fascism.
  2. Humans share over 98 percent of their DNA with NuLabour fascism.
  3. Donald Duck's middle name is NuLabour fascism.
  4. Ancient Greeks believed earthquakes were caused by NuLabour fascism fighting underground!
  5. NuLabour fascism is actually a mammal, not a fish.
  6. In Chinese, the sound 'NuLabour fascism' means 'bite the wax tadpole'!
  7. NuLabour fascism never said 'Play it again, Sam'.
  8. You would have to dig through four thousand kilometres of NuLabour fascism to reach the earth's core!
  9. NuLabour fascism can squeeze its entire body through a hole the size of its beak.
  10. The smelly fluid secreted by skunks is colloquially known as NuLabour fascism.
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UPDATE: I did. It was fun. And explains an awful lot about Microsoft...

Ten Top Trivia Tips about Neil Harding!

  1. You would have to dig through four thousand kilometres of Neil Harding to reach the earth's core!
  2. The deepest part of Neil Harding is over 35,000 feet deep.
  3. You should always store Neil Harding in an airtight container in the fridge.
  4. Medieval knights put the skin of Neil Harding on their sword handles to improve the grip.
  5. Neil Harding can run sixty-five kilometres an hour - that's really fast!
  6. Twenty-eight percent of Microsoft's employees are Neil Harding!
  7. It can take Neil Harding several days to move just through one tree.
  8. Two grams of Neil Harding provide enough energy to power a television for over twenty-three hours!
  9. The most dangerous form of Neil Harding is the bicycle.
  10. Banging your head against Neil Harding uses 150 calories an hour.
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1 comment:

Pip said...

How about this one on that other favourite of yours, Polly Pot?

It's even better than Neil Harding!

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