Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Earthquakes and Volcanoes

Iranian scientists have finally proven what I've said all along: ie women not dressing modestly are the main cause of earthquakes.

I have emailed Mr Sedighi to ask him whether his seismological research has uncovered any evidence to support my own theory that the current Icelandic eruption was caused by the outfits worn by some fat girls on a hen night in Cleethorpes.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

He is probably wrong. When you think about it is the enormous number of fat people weighing down on the earth and causing it to crack and so earthquake - plus the , at the same time, the heavy squeezing effect leads to bursting pressure - hence the volcano erruption.
Obvious really.

Lilyofthefield said...

The earth is moving for far too many people at once.

Dack said...

Well as common decency has little place in society these days maybe we can use increased global seismic activity as an excuse to ban non-uniform days where girls from the tender age of eleven dress like the 'night ladies of Amsterdam' (quote from my aging but grateful neighbour after a recent citybreak).

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Anonymous said...

We should be grateful to Mr (Mullah) Sedighi for his insight, and point out that in Britain the last recorded volcanic eruption was before The Prophet was born and we have very few very minor earthquakes. It looks to me as if God is smiling on this nation so perhaps Iran and Iranians should take a leaf from our book.
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Please tell us what you think of the story about the teacher hitting a child over the head with a dumbell shouting "die, die, die"

Anonymous said...

i am surprised there has not been a 'peter harvey incident' before now. i feel for him. he has been left with a situation that should have been sorted earlier. it's the same in many school. kids are counselled but not told of boundaries. classroom teachers are left to sort out the ensuing mayhem and then criticised when they can't control a class. i am sick of it and trying to get out.