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A Big Red Idea

Posted on Saturday 10th March 2007 at 00:00
Ok, so I should have written about this earlier in the day, but I've been a bit strapped for time. That being the case, I should have left it until tomorrow, when I'll have even less time, but will at least be awake again. Hopefully.

Having failed on both these fronts, I'm instead writing to you now, at a little after 2 in the morning, which I like to think shows how much I care about this issue, and doesn't in anyway give the impression that I'm a sad loner with rather weird sleeping patterns.

So anyway, Comic Relief is upon us again, and rather than just burying my head in the sand, as is customary, I've decided to join in with the fun happening over at troubled-diva where Mike has had rather a good idea.

For those of you who've not heard about this from almost every other blog on the net, the idea is to compile a book of funny blog posts from British bloggers, ex-pats etc and use the sale of said book to raise money for Red Nose Day. Anyone wishing to participate can do so by emailing over a funny post they've written, and hopefully it'll be included in the book.

Not wishing to pass up what will probably be my one and only opportunity to ever make it into print, I've decided to join in. The only trouble is that the post submitted has to be funny.

Now, as some of you may know, I'm not very good at funny. I am not it and it isn't generally in my posts and when it is, I'm not usually aware of the fact and so am unable to replicate it again. So, what I need my dear readers to do, (yes, both of you) is to have a trundle through the archives and try and find the funniest post I've written to date. It doesn't matter how old it is or what it is about, so long as you found it funny.

If I get more than one person who bothers to reply, I may have to ask you all to vote on the short list, before I submit the winner. Our deadline is fast approaching so I'm going to have to ask you to be quick on this, as we really don't wish to get left behind now do we?

Remember, it's all for a good cause, and that good cause is me and my slow ascension to fame and fortune.

Oh yea, and some poor kids or something.

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