Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

1000 Today

1000 Today

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Today is something of a red letter day for the team at Nanny Knows Best.

For why?

I shall tell you, this is the 1000th article on the site!

Cue the dramatic "dun dun dun" music.

Who would have thought that from its humble beginnings in September 2004, Nanny Knows Best would have become the worldwide phenomenon that it is today?

Errrrmmm...OK maybe there was a slight exaggeration there:)

Anyhoo, in keeping with tradition, the team at NKB (who don't need any excuse whatsoever to have a drink or two) will be partying and "having it large" today.

Normal service will be resumed tomorrow...at some stage....errmmm probably.

Thanks for your ongoing support, and highly entertaining comments.

Here's to the next 1000!

Ken

10 comments:

  1. Well done Ken, just a shame that this government is so crap and wasteful that it has needed a thousand articles exposing its waste.

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  2. Lord of Atlantis3:40 PM

    Well done, and congratulations, Ken. It shows the state of things that you have reached a thousand so quickly!
    "Up Yours!" to Nanny and all the useless jobsworths and tossers plaguing this country!

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  3. Wow 1000 posts. I'm not sure who is more obsessive, you with your posts here or Nanny and her petty regulations. Silly question, Nanny every time!

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  4. Anonymous6:33 PM

    Nice one Ken! More power to your elbow! skydog

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  5. Congrats Ken.
    BTW, you do know that partying, drinking and 'aving it large are bad for your health, don't you?

    Well, Nanny says they are, so it must be true!

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  6. Grant9:46 PM

    Damn fine show Ken.

    However ...

    I do hope that your partying is constrained to partaking in cups of coffee (now labeled GOOD for your heart/cancer/stupidity or something I read this week) and not something alcoholic (now labeled as BAD for heart/cancer/stupidity of something even in tiny quantities I read somewhere this week).

    As a culinary enthusiast you also need to take great care.

    I recent learned from the "Allergy Information" section printed inside the top of a polystyrene egg box from ASDA that eggs contain, er, egg.

    Worrying, but there it is.

    And a jar of Tesco Wholegrain Mustard warned my that it contained, believe it or not, mustard!

    In some way I am glad for the extra confirmation that I have bought what I intended to buy. But I am concerned that some, me included, would not be able to read such tiny print without the aid of spectacles or a large microscope (not something I take with me when shopping) and so we could therefore buy and inadvertently consume, produce that was inherently bad for us without knowing it.

    No such luck with booze though - that news is always in the press.

    The coffee report puzzles me though. I suspect innumeracy and reliance upon calculators.

    They probably accidentally multiplied a factor by 1000 somewhere along the way.


    Keep it up. (Am I allowed to say that?)


    Grant

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  7. Restore Sanity to Britain!

    Ken Frost for Prime Minister.

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  8. Anonymous12:31 PM

    Please tell me that guy with the guitar wasn't playing too loudly.

    Good god man, do you even realise the level of risk you've exposed yourself to?

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  9. Anonymous3:48 PM

    Ken, you're the best. You, Littlejohn and Hitchens from the Daily Mail should form your own political party. I'd vote for you.

    Keep up the good work.

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