Although I have not posted any meeting minutes for a while, 开会 is if anything more of a popular pastime in China than it ever was in the UK. Here are my notes from todays meeting…
It is a busy time, not only are there 90th birthday elebrations for the Queen, but also it is World Gin Day. This is good news, as Her Majesty likes a bit of Gin. Here is my recipe for a perfect Gin Martini :
Stir the Gin gently with ice and serve with as many olives as possible (and for a treat stuff them with blue cheese)
And to celebrate the Queens 90th, here is my birthday limerick dedicated to her…
A nonagenarian monarch from Windsor
Said “Knight I want a large gin sir”
He said “Isn’t it time for your bed?”
She said “Guards! Off with his head”
But due to the European convention on human rights enshrined into UK law, he got away with it
To celebrate St George’s day why not relive the legendary tale by killing an endangered species just to impress a member of the royal family.
If you cannot find an endangered species make a dragon by traning a gecko in the art of firebreathing, then fight it to impress somene who is clearly in a better social class than you, you total utter pleb.
Hope you have a good one.
I have noticed several things are in a state of decay and have been busily attempting to find a decent scientific explanation. I have some to the conclusion that the most likely explanation is that it is due to the existence of space slugs emitting a corrosive influence to everything that they come into contact with.
During the year of the horse it would be good if other animals took over a horses duty. Rams in particular enjoy a spot of showjumping.
I can remember first watching Alien and thinking it was a scary film. Now (although I still like the film) it doesn’t seem to be as scary… in fact the baby alien looks a bit cute and maybe if trained would make a good pet.
Last friday we were entertained by some impressive vomitting at our local bar. Particularly interesting was that the drunk person who had sprayed vomit over quite a large area then stood around until it was suggested quite forcefully (in pure Yorkshire) that he ought to get to the toilets before he made any more mess of our immediate surroundings… I did wonder though whether he might have just been trying to make friends with us but found the language barrier too much.
Today the English FA have now entered the realm of the paranormal where they now charge people involved in football not on what they say but the hidden meaning of the words. Instead of hiding this ESP based technology they ought to share it with the world. The fact that they do not I think brings the game of football into disrepute and as such the English FA should face charges.
Every 12 years horses have a year off to celebrate their special year. This would normally be an issue as horses do so much for us but luckily other animals can step in and help out, there are other things to gamble on and we have invented the internal combustion engine.
So another New Years Resolution completed (one out of the three). To celebrate here is a legless dragon limerick:
A dragon does not really need limbs
And if he heads to the sea and then swims
It helps build his muscles
Then he’ll win knightly tussles
And its cheaper than joining most gyms