Thursday, June 18, 2009

Significant developments at the Slippiest Pole

Here at Various Cushions we don't shy away from bringing you certain news, just because it might be unpopular, deemed unworth commenting on, or insignificant. No, we will not just forget about the situation at the slippiest pole in Dubland - just because those in power might wish it.
So here it is, the very latest, keeping you up to speed. As you can see from the above, things have changed utterly since the last update. The hedge has been shredded, leaving relieved pedestrians free to walk in the sunshine, no danger of verge dwelling lions, last feared here on June 4th. However, as seen in the below - all is not well that ends well. The warning sign - which says "Caution Slippery" for those too lazy to read back, is still there, but is almost completely snapped in half, perhaps by the deranged lawnmower handler who obviously went spontaneously insane when faced with this particularly slippy area. The authorities are doing their best. More news anon.

6 comments:

An Ghuí Aniar said...

Hey Niamh, where do I collect my prize or is it your prize??

Niamh B said...

hiya, think I left it on your computer, otherwise you'll find it on the first of June, just take the pic from there and post up. the terms and conditions are under there as well. Happy awarding!

Uiscebot said...

Keep me posted haha I said post muah hahaha. Me funneee

Niamh B said...

Uisce - thanks for taking this whole issue so seriously, I'm thinking of getting a webcam installed with a live feed to this blog so that we can monitor events as they happen. Will keep you posted of course, I'm ignoring all but the first three words of all new comments in order to save time and increase my overall efficiency.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Cutting edge blogging at it's journalistic best,Mrs Niamh,well done.There are no slippery poles round here though I have been on the slippery slope for the last few years.

Niamh B said...

Thanks TFE, it takes quite a bit of courage I don't mind admitting. But I will bring the conclusion of this terrible situation live, to this blog, whenever it happens.
The slope's not goin too badly for ya at least? just watch out for the spiky things at the end...