The controversial daylight saving topic has reared its ugly head in Perth again.
We've trialled it a couple of times, but with each time it gets vehemently opposed.
Apparently it has something to do with our cows!?
And you think I'm joking don't you?
Yep, believe it or not but ol' Betsy chuck's a wobbly when her teats get squeezed an hour early.
(Kind of brings a whole new dimension to holy cow now doesn't it!)
But yes, it's true - farmer's don't like getting up an hour earlier, neither do bakers, and Betsy definitely doesn't either.
And without Betsy's high quality milk Perth just can't function dear folks.
Kids don't get the calcium they need to get their bones strong and healthy, therefore their teeth rot, concerned parents drag their brats to the dentist to get their canyon's plugged up, dentists then go ape with the amount of work, which puts pressure on the chemical companies to produce their toxic flouride and amalgam concoctions, who in turn put pressure on mining companies to dig up that crap... and everyone's cranky because the baker's sleeping in and no one can have their toast in the morning with their tea because drinking milk in the morning is just shocking (and who the hell drinks soy milk bar tree hugging hippies???)... so all this leads us to our inevitably conclusion dear folks: the end of the world for Perth!
And to think it's all over a stupid cow that'd be better on a barbie rather than on my breakfast (I don't even drink cow's milk!).
Anyhoo, it looks like we'll be trialling it in December, so for any of those who are travelling to Perth during our summer this year I'd like to warn you that we could all be cranky and suffering from mad cow's disease.
You've been warned.
(Am I the only person who thinks the term 'mad cow' is funny? Mad cow, mad cow, mad cow, mad cow... hehehe... mad cow, mad cow, mad cow... ok, maybe it's not so funny after you've said a few hundred times, kinda like a joke - ain't as funny the second time round.)
A Tired Sigh
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