Couldn't stop eating!
Not that Gym Ninja ever goes longer than 3 hours without eating, but today it was a veritable food-fest! Nom Nom! Greedy Gym Ninja!
The day started off extra early thanks to one of Gym Ninja's cats bounding across her head as a 'short cut' across the bedroom, and this meant Gym Ninja found herself scheduling in an impromptu 'check the tyre pressure' of the Blandmobile on route to her appointment at the opposite side of the UK. LOTS of driving ahead....! Boo hiss.....
Of course it wouldn't be a work day without a list of impossible tasks from her Muppet Manager. Today's list went as follows (with admittedly some artistic license):
1. To cover the building at her first appointment completely in tinfoil (excluding the Blue Badge Parking Bay Area).
2. To obtain a slice of the left earlobe belonging to Princess Michael of Kent.
3. To soap down the Thames Estuary Flood Defence Barrier with a mild carbolic mix
4. To weave a medium sized basket out of butterfly wings (Red Admiral wings excluded).
No WONDER Gym Ninja found herself eating her mid-morning snack of a Promax Diet Bar by 8.55am!
A news story on the Radio caught Gym Ninja's ear as she drove. It was about a teacher, a dumbbell and a pupil.
"Oooh, sounds interesting?" Thought Gym Ninja, pricking up her ears ready for an informative exercise-related news clippet.
Not 'quite' the exercise news article she'd anticipated.
TEACHER BLUDGEONS PUPIL OVER HEAD WITH DUMBBELL SHOUTING 'DIE DIE DIE' IS CLEARED OF ATTEMPTED MURDER.
Yep, turns out the guy was cleared, despite what he shouted (and to be fair, Die Die Die is usually a clue that someone is trying to kill you surely?) and despite the fact he fractured the poor boy's skull. Remarkable!
Gym Ninja briefly pondered what could be an opportunity if her, a dumbbell and Muppet Manager were in the same room......?
After her appointment (and item 2 of the daily tasks had been crossed off the list-flighty little madam is Princess Michael of Kent!) Gym Ninja spotted this gaggle of pregnant men waddling across the road...