Wednesday, 2 May 2012
A Caterpillar Catastrophe
I've never really had The Telegraph down as scaremongerers before but I read with interest yesterday about the fact that poisonous caterpillars COULD bring misery to millions of Olympic spectators this year.
You can see the article here ----> Telegraph Article (it's full of maybes, could haves and in the right circumstances.)
Now if it would have been written that the TRANSPORT was going to cause misery for millions I would've understood but CATERPILLARS?
Resists urge to yell, IT'S SOOOOOOOOOO FLUFFY.
What are they going to do? Form a pickpocketing gang? Forcing younger caterpillars to steal on their behalf? Making rival caterpillars leave the area or face their wrath?
I LIVE in East London, trust me the caterpillars are the least of your worries.
(I don't think I'm going to be on any Olympic PR lists after this do you? Shame, beach volleyball is my thang)
Although I do have an image in my head of a group of leather jacket wearing ASBO wielding caterpillars going fully tooled up to watch the syncronised swimming. (It is both scary and funny what goes through my head sometimes)
I suppose we should count our lucky stars that The Daily Mail hasn't got hold of this, they would have a field day.
Immigrant caterpillars. coming over here, taking jobs from our English caterpillars. probably getting a flat close by the Olympic Village on BENEFITS, there is probably 600 of them in a one-roomed flat!!!!
But the problem is, caterpillars don't stay caterpillars forever.
What comes next?
Butterflies!!!! (ok moths-smartarse)
and suddenly those ground-to-air missiles being places on the top of the block of flats make perfect sense don't they?
Although possibly overkill.
What do you think?
Will caterpillars be the one thing that brings down the Olympics?
Ground-to-air missiles to kill butterflies? (moths) Overkill or a wise investment?
Let me know
Big Fashionista x x