Friday, May 08, 2009
How to save the taxpayer £3000
Is your water too hot?
Thinking about spending £3000 of taxpayers' money on a new boiler?
Here is a guide to solve your dilemma AT NO COST TO ANYONE!
1. Note the label 'C' on your tap. 'C' is actually a symbol representing cold water. The symbol is derived from the consonant 'c', which is the first letter in the word 'cold'.
2. Hot water comes from the tap marked 'H'.
3. If your taps are unlabelled, you can identify which produces hot or cold water by a simple process of experimentation and elimination. Try one, and then try the other. The tap producing cold water is the cold water tap
4. If your water is too hot, turn on the cold water tap. This will - for reasons related to physics - reduce the 'hotness' of your hot water.
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