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Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween
Happy Halloween folks!

Remember, under Nanny's rules of engagement, in the event you are plagued by children "trick or treating" do not interact with them unless you have had a CRB check and there are independent witnesses on hand.

The Frost household will be telling the little brats to sod off, as "trick or treating" is a vile form of begging/door step intimidation and is not part of the British culture but a ghaslty import from across the water.

Visit The Orifice of Government Commerce and buy a collector's item.

Visit The Joy of Lard and indulge your lard fantasies.

Show your contempt for Nanny by buying a T shirt or thong from Nanny's Store.

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Celebrate the joy of living with champagne. Click and drink!

Why not really indulge yourself, by doing all the things that Nanny really hates? Click on the relevant link to indulge yourselves; Food, Bonking, Toys, Gifts and Flowers, Groceries

4 comments:

  1. Ken:
    Happy Halloween to you too!

    I have already put my sign on the door telling beggars that I don't want them calling.
    Last year I was plagued with hoodies knocking on my door for their beer and fag money...Mind you, some were so infected with acne they were quite frightening in the half light....One did not see the funny side when I asked him to take his mask off as it was scaring my wife.

    There is a very good "License to eat chips" on John Redwoods site that relates to your chip thread....His thread is called Let them eat chips.....Well worth the look....I blog under my own name on his site (Cliff)

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  2. Anonymous10:21 PM

    When did Halloween become a regular feature? I don't remember it when I was a lad.
    But we did a sort of begging = that is Christmas carol singing door to door in the hope of cash. This was about 1945 and i was 10 years old and in demand by our little gang because I actually knew the words to the carols.

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  3. Anonymous10:33 AM

    anon, it seems to have immigrated from the USA with its cousin, the High School Prom, aided and abetted by Nanny who, at some unspecified time, decided that pupils should now be students (she's now turned her attention to renaming 'maths', 'math' (and insists on using the term when she means arithmetic)). Retailers colluded also, having spotted an opportunity to extend their Halloween goods so that we now have sweets and bits of tat which are grossly overpriced because they're 'Halloween Sweets and Bits of Tat'.

    Jay

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  4. Take a cue from Longtrider's mother, who scares them off by opening her door dressed as a witch [presumably with tall pointed hat and broomstick]

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