Monday, August 25, 2008

Dark Side of the Earth

Kidnapped by Flat-Earthers!

I'm being held on the underside of the Alps, which is very deep and dark. It's where The Guardian keeps the Comment Is Free trolls and most contributors.

There's a few of us down here working on a plan. If we can scale the inside of this lake we ought to make it into Mrs Boyo's bank vault somewhere in Geneva.

Vois-tu, je sais que tu m'attends.


Gyppo Byard said...

I wondered where you'd got to. Keep your pecker up. Or perhaps down, whatever is most appropriate in your current dimension.

Gorilla Bananas said...

It looks like a job for International Rescue. I think we'll need the Thunderbird 2 Pod containing Thunderbird 4, 'The Mole' and Tintin's anti-troll hairspray.

Mrs Boyo said...

Boyo and his Guardianista chums may not be too relieved when they find what I keep in that vault, and how long it's been there.

Gadjo Dilo said...

Switzerland... it probably feels like a refuge now, Boyo, but it'll send you psychotic before you've realised that even the farmyard animals wear deodorant.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Unlike these other advisers, I would say, NGB, that you shall make peace with the situation. CiF trolls will become a necessary part of your environment when you got used to the smell. And a bank vault, while it look as an impossible dream now, may prove to be somewhat tedious in the long run.

And I beg to differ with Gadjo Dilo here: it is not deodorant. It is how they (the farm animals) fart.

M C Ward said...

Sorry I had to turn you in, NGB, but your comments about us flat earthers went just a little too far.

At least underground you don't have to put up with all that cleanliness, precision and money-laundering for international criminal organisations masquerading as neutrality.

And the glasses, each pair more ridiculous than the last. I could go on.

The Birdwatcher said...

Apparently Jeremy Clarkson is there too?

No Good Boyo said...

MC, I've had my fingers burnt. I won't be messing with that lot again.

I didn't see Sir Jeremy, BW. He would be the equivalent of a black hole to the CiF crowd.

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