Post Recycling – June 2010
June 6, 2011 Leave a comment
Hey guys! Since it’s now June 2011, isn’t it only right that I should take a look at the posts I wrote in June 2010? Of course it is! Well, strap yourselves in for another exciting installment of Post Recycling.
One of the first posts of the month was Inappropriately Stacked Chocolate, a rare guest contribution to PSGOM from my friend Joanne. It tells the sorry tale of a vending machine storing Crunchies at such a height that they break when they are vended. What a cruel world we live in that such a thing could be allowed to happen. I think a campaign needs to be started to put a halt to such reckless stacking.
People love supernatural stuff, don’t they? You can’t beat a good, old fashioned spooky photo, I think you’ll all agree. Well, please explain why There’s a Ghost in My Caravan has only had 25 hits in a year. I really thought it would be a wanton hit generator. Oh, Mr Ghost, have you used your special powers to block people from visiting you? I wouldn’t put it past you.
P.s. I know it’s not really a ghost, but it is a cool photo, so check it out, now, the funksho brother.
I’ve written quite a few bonkers romcoms over the years, and it’s nice to revisit them from time to time. I won’t explain this one, other than it’s called Stories and it’s quite odd.
On June 16th, I wrote quite a scathing attack on Jeremy Kyle aka Negative Energy Vampire. I know it’s not big, clever or original, but it is true. Weirdly, later that day, I found out that Jezza would be visiting the Asda next to where I work, the very next day (You Couldn’t Make It Up). Did I take this as a sign to go and confront the Beast? No, of course not. I actually forgot about his state visit, but even if I hadn’t, I would have gone and pointed and snickered at the most.
This month saw one of my most serious, and cringeworthy, posts, Losing It, in which I discussed losing weight. Yes, really. How hideous. I did it with the right intentions, though, and hoped to inspire others. So far, I’ve not received any e-mails of thanks, for helping transform somebody’s life. I live in hope. For the record, I’ve lost a bit more since this post, and, more impressively, kept it off (although I’m challenging that with the amount of crap I’ve been eating lately).
And that’s all I have to say about that. See you next month.. or sooner.