Yet again you are dangling from a bridge being blackmailed into selling nuclear candy. No? I'm surprised. Then again, who is going to be reading this when your facing death? You? oh. Anyway, lets stop listening to my rambling nonsense and get to the weirdo things which go unnoticed in this world. *Why is T tea called tea? Why do we associate tee with England? It's comes from Asia! *What is it with the word governor and Brits? *People... Sherlock Holmes never originally said "Elementary, my dear Watson" *Rooibos (Redbush) tea (a South African tea) is brown, not red. *Why is Spring called Spring? Autumn is Fall, and that makes sense, cause leaves fall. But what's jumping in spring?
fellow mates and readers. if any of you are greenies, veggies, or overall cult-members: WARNING! this may contain some offensive warbling.
this evening i'm going hunting. not fox, although my heart deeply desires it. it's my first time hunting, and we're hunting springbuck (spring= jump buck=antelope (a jumping antelope)). let me inform you properly before you get into a huffy twist. if you don't hunt, they overrun the land and the sheep starve. i'v witnessed starvation. it's much worse than a bullet against the head. in fact, how would you like it if you had forced anorexia? happy, judging against how some of you go on.
another hunting misconception: jackals (cousins of wolves) should not be hunted. WRONG AGAIN. How would you like it if magically someone took R1000 from your bank account every night? cause that is what it's like. a sheep is worth R1000, and they catch one every night. here is something even worse. they catch the lamb, eat his bum, neck and stomach, and leaves him their to die. yes, he was alive in all of this.