Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
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Saturday, February 23, 2008

The Health Giving Properties of Fast Food

The Health Giving Properties of Fast Food
You know how Nanny keeps telling us all how dangerous and unhealthy fast food is?

Well, I think she is talking bollocks!

I went out last night with my neighbour, and consumed an "elegant sufficiency" of alcohol in "The Dog and Bull".

Had we not then purchased and consumed a bargain bucket from the good people of Colonel Sanders, I would have felt like shit today.

Having consumed my share of the bucket (which was unctuous by the way), I feel absolutely tiptop this morning!

Nanny clearly doesn't know what she is talking about.

Let's hear it for the Colonel!

8 comments:

  1. Ken,
    I hope you topped up this repast with a decent cooked breakfast this morning to keep the beneficial effects flowing.

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  2. Anonymous12:19 PM

    Looking at that bucket of KFC and fries is making my mouth water and my pulse quicken.

    I'm so envious of you undisciplined people!

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  3. Perhaps you'd been drinking Kentucky bourbon and the Colonel's chicken had a synchretic effect.

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  4. FOR Me, 7 oz of neat gin and a sack of what these Yanks call "Cheez-O's" in the small hours is as expeditious as unctuous, and so one positively does /not/ have to arise betimes in the ack-emma! Get the work done first, lads, and sleep like a top, eh? And if that don't roil your bowels, this account of american political intestine discord and scamming just may!

    http://bodwyn.wordpress.com/2008/02/21/as-matters-stand-now-ten-nights-in-a-boiler-room/

    Mr Wook

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  5. Skydog7:44 AM

    Whilst it is pleasing to see that Nanny is taking harsh steps to prevent the kiddies from consuming alcohol outside the local corner shop, I see with horror that beer is projected to rise to £4 a pint in order to put it beyond the pockets of most of the dear little tykes. (Source 'the Metro')Now call me cynical, but does anyone else take the view that this is just another NuLab ruse to increase their tax revenues?

    So ... I paid a visit to the (not so local) Home Brew store yesterday and secured the means to go into full production at the commencement of 'Year Zero Alcohol' and now have five gallons of hi-strength Czech-style lager festering in the spare room. I predict a boom in the Home brewing market and have remortgaged the house to buy up shares at a knock down (for now) rate. Every cloudy beer has a silver lining as they say. ;o) Dog.

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  6. Yesterday I took the 'Saturday Cure', the one I always use after copious Friday beers; down to the dockside for some fresh crab and Bandarellas, washed down with street corner tea.
    Then for lunch, another gallon of tea and some freshly prepared rollmops.
    I can actually feel it do me good; it spreads through my belly like a dose of heroin.(I imagine).

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  7. Anonymous9:18 PM

    Dear me. Do tell - you are all lean muscular blokes who will outlive all those skinny old grannies.

    Oh no - you don't care! Order the king size coffin to go.

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  8. English Liberation Front1:09 PM

    Just watched a Liverpool councillor by the name of Twigger ranting about their plans to implement a by-law banning "Happy Meals" and toy/film tie-ins aimed at kids by fast food organisations. He looked about 18 and sounded like a typical policy oik. What he said was so hideously smug and arrogant it had me hurling abuse at the TV screen. Jumped up little twerp.

    http://www.commercialfreechildhood.org/news/liverpool.htm

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