Friday, February 04, 2005

Sofa - At last picture shows the awful truth

Sofa Scandal Day 11

This blog apologises for technical difficulties that prevented us from bringing you visual evidence of the danger facing us all. Our technical teams were working round the clock consulting html experts throughout the world and scanning all the technical resources the world wide web has to provide. At last the fruits of their long hours of struggle are to be seen on the blog.
The authorities are still failing to act and the only hope now is that David Stewart MP or some aspiring Prospective Parliamentary candidate will don wellies and do something for the community they aspire to represent. Keep on this blog for further breaking news on the sofa this weekend.

5 comments:

Spelding said...

Having recently been alerted to the plight of the red sofa and, now that there is visual evidence, some clarification is needed to ascertain whether this is indeed a sofa and not in fact, a settee. It is a common mistake to confuse the two as they are very alike but there are distinct differences between the two species. If it is a settee, then urgent measures must be taken to free this poor creature as it is, in fact, in the throes of migrating. Wild settees only have a very brief breeding season and if it misses its chance it may never have another. Another consequence may be that other settees could hear its plaintive calls (which are thankfully outwith the range of human hearing) and try to reach it. This could lead to the harbour and river mouth, even the Moray Firth itself, being blocked by wild, rampant settees. Now may be the time to bring in the SRE (Settee Rescue Experts) for help and advice. Is there a local one based at Higgins, or perhaps MFI, DFS or XYZ could be contacted? Time is of the essence, Free the Settee!

Spelding said...

Having recently been alerted to the plight of the red sofa and, now that there is visual evidence, some clarification is needed to ascertain whether this is indeed a sofa and not in fact, a settee. It is a common mistake to confuse the two as they are very alike but there are distinct differences between the two species. If it is a settee, then urgent measures must be taken to free this poor creature as it is, in fact, in the throes of migrating. Wild settees only have a very brief breeding season and if it misses its chance it may never have another. Another consequence may be that other settees could hear its plaintive calls (which are thankfully outwith the range of human hearing) and try to reach it. This could lead to the harbour and river mouth, even the Moray Firth itself, being blocked by wild, rampant settees. Now may be the time to bring in the SRE (Settee Rescue Experts) for help and advice. Is there a local one based at Higgins, or perhaps MFI, DFS or XYZ could be contacted? Time is of the essence, Free the Settee!

ekim said...

As a representative of SOS (Save Our Settees) I hope that one of your local representatives will call in an airlift team to free the poor, trapped settee with all due haste.

Nurngal said...

This could change my feelings dramatically on this subject. Yes if it is a settee it must be freed. Nairn is a caring town and surely soon something will be done?

iRight said...

Crickey - I just hope this doesn't turn out to be a chez lounge or we'll be getting bus loads of furniture twitchers turning up!