Saturday, 4 July 2015

Writing - 10 things for July

Fiction from Blatter, blue-eyed addiction and Hong Kong relocation.

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1. People with blue eyes are more likely to have an alcohol addiction.

More wasted money on pointless research!


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2. Heaven exists but hell does not, according to the theology of Fifa president Sepp Blatter.

Could be a case of Sepp not being able to see the wood for the trees.


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3. UK officials discussed plans to relocate the entire 5.5 million population of Hong Kong to Northern Ireland in 1983.

I simply don't believe it!


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4. Hillary Clinton has difficulty operating a fax machine and loves Chinese carpets.


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5. The hermaphrodite flatworm reproduces by injecting sperm into its own head with its needle-like penis.

How on earth would they ever reproduce?


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6. In 2014, 68 ferrets entered the UK under the terms of the European Union's Pet Travel Scheme.


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7. US founding father Thomas Jefferson was obsessed by mammoths.

Interesting! Was he expecting to be trampled?


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8. The UK, Canada, China, Germany and India have the most inventive diasporas.


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9. In the 1930s and 1940s, 7-Up included lithium citrate as a mood-booster.


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10. A tennis player can produce up to three litres of sweat an hour.