In order to increase my blog output ratio, I've decided to set myself a little challenge. Every now and then, I will set myself a maximum of five minutes to write up a blog, and the topic can be anything that immediately springs to mind. Here's the first in what may become a regular feature around here, so please be gentle on me, I know not what I do.
I'm not a big fan of breakfast, but if I was forced to eat it at gunpoint by someone who is extremely concerned about my dietary needs, I'd have to choose Ready Brek. Ready Brek is just like any other porridge really, but a dollop of jam or some chocolate buttons really sets the thing off. It's delicious.
Alternatively, I must be the only person I know who can still stand the taste of Cornflakes. Most people say they taste bland, but a sprinkle of sugar, and waiting a moment for the flakes to become limp and soggy in tasty milk is divine. I enjoy the odd bowl of Cornflakes, but I usually eat it in the evenings like some sort of bizzarro person. I also enjoy the sensation of brushing my teeth then drinking orange juice, so I must hate everything that normal people love. I don't love loosing however, so maybe that theory should go on the pile of failed theories I occasionally come up with, like the Theory Of The Elderly. Basically, the closer you are to an old person, multiplied by the desire to walk around them, usually results in the OAP becoming slower and slower, and also the number of old people that will appear just to randomly chat in front of you. However, this theory has been abandoned due to those disabled buggies (or OAPMobiles), as this makes the infirm much more efficient in their daily travel requirements. Of course, the amount of toes that get crushed due to speeding buggies has risen dramatically.
Phew, well that was fruitless, pointless, and frankly, a damn waste of time. I'll have to do these more often! I'm quite gutted at just how little I actually managed to write, but I decided that what I wrote up first wasn't good enough. It was a thesis on organised religion being conversely relational to the volume of global yoghurt consumption, and was simply too overwhelming for such a small time constraint, and therefore I deleted it. And now I've forgotten it. Easy come, easy go I guess...