After a bit of a break from keeping this blog updated, I’ve decided to return with a classic: Demotivational Monday. So what’s the topic of this Demotivational Monday?
How about the shite British Weather? This week gone by, has been the weirdest, most schizophrenic, unpredictable weather I have ever, ever seen in jolly ol’ England. You know the drill, at one point it’s raining. Then the sun is beaming. Then it’s cold. Then there is a rainbow. Then it’s raining. Then it’s hot. Then it’s raining again. Now it’s humid. Then the sun is beaming again and it’s hot. Then it’s just greyscale and cold.
Lather, rinse and repeat. Keep away from eyes and out of the reach of children. The chances are high that England is just trying to let us know, that it tried it’s best to fight winter. The reality is – winter never left. I give you Demotivational Monday: English Summer Edition.
Usually on a Demotivational Monday, we stick to strictly demotivational… however, in celebration of a 4 day week, then a 3 day week, then a 4 day week… I’ve decided to go ahead and go crazy. Today I bring you a special “Meanwhile, in…” edition of Demotivational Monday – so we can learn what really goes on in areas of the world that we may have never visited.
Enjoy this educational “Meanwhile, in…” edition of Demotivational Monday!
It’s coming. Every time a natural disaster occurs, whoever it may be that informs me – I always say the same thing to them: “The apocalypse is coming”. I mean think about this for a minute. For “some reason”, there just happens to be a lot, lot more natural distasters in the recently years and more notably – in the recent 6 months than, well, anything I can remember! You can’t deny it, natural disasters are happening more often and more frequently. 2012 people, just you wait! Start preparing NOW.
This weekend there was a demonstation in London, demonstrating spending cuts that the UK governments are making in order to save the countries desperate financial situation. I’m neither here nor there about the spending cuts – all I know is that, well, it needs to be done. We are in a desperate, depraved situation. This demonstation was organised by the TUC (Trades Union Congress), and around 250,000 – 500,000 people turned up … there’s going to be some riots.
I’ve been working Saturdays now for the past two weeks in an attempt to meet deadlines – and this particular Saturday morning on the bus to work, I was sat at the top deck, at the front (as if I was driving it, y’know?) – and started to noticed small crowds forming at multiple points across London city centre. At this point I had no idea that there was a demonstation happening, and couldn’t figure out for the life of me what was going on that day – as all I saw were hippies with drums and other hippies. Now, I don’t know if hippies will think of any excuse to smoke a reefer or bang a drum for no reason, but I assume that hippies will just come along for the ride – no matter what the demonstration might be about. The demonstation eventually turned into this. All I know, is that no-matter how large the crowds are, the government are not going to listen.
This Demotivational Monday is dedicated to Riots and Hippies – keep fighting the good fight… right?
No matter how you look at it, Europe and the USA are at (a United Nations authorised) War against Col. Gaddafi and his pro-Gaddafi forces. Europe and USA LOVE the fact that this is actually a United Nations authorised war.
To celebrate this, we’re starting Demotivational Monday: war flavoured.