I wanted to get in on this action because it’s all very well and good doing a joke once but it’s even better (?) to repeat it a second time in the same month. Spoiling Kev’s plans? Yes please.
I’m joining in then, throwing my hat into the ring on that dusty trail. I have consulted my Kev-prediction robot and it has come up with these potential future posts that now won’t happen now because I’ve altered the future. If he does write a post about these things then I will have been right and nobody wants a world where I’m right. There would be chaos. So sorry everyone, you’ll never see posts about the following:
The Boston Tea Party
Wireless abbabbs (or some computer bollocks I’ll never understand)
There. Happy to start enjoying my new hobby. I feel as though this has been a very productive five minutes of my time.
11 comments on “Ruining Kev’s future posts – Me Edition”
This is great. The surveillance equipment I have monitoring Kev’s home, car and brainwaves have detected that his next post was going to be about how a colony of bees nesting in his wireless abbab reminded him of the Boston Tea Party, so this has ruined his plans with pinpoint accuracy. Excellent work.
I reckon between the two of us, aside from his dabble babble into podcasting, he won’t be able to post anything ever again.
Unless he strikes out in a new direction and starts pre-empting our posts in return. He’ll post a few Four Word Reviews, or a long essay based around a photo of some seafood sauce he’s found at a bus stop, that sort of thing. Then we’ll be in trouble.
What, so he ruins our posts ruining his posts before we have a chance to do so? There’s a thought.
So what you’re saying is that we should ruin his posts before he ruins our posts ruining his posts. I’m exhausted typing this let alone doing it.
Yeah, I suppose I am saying that, but you’re right. It sounds like an absolute hassle.
How about, instead of that, we crack open a box of Mr Kipling’s Bakewell Tarts, and have three each.
That’s the best idea I’ve had in ages, but I didn’t have it because you had it, therefore what I should have done is gone back and deleted the error yet instead I have embraced it like a boss.
Bring on dem ‘Well Tarts.
Can I have a tart tart too, if I promise not to post my bee-abbab-tea post?
Yep. The downside of that is that we’ll only get two each, so what I now propose is that we open two boxes of Mr Kipling’s Bakewell Tarts, and then we get four each instead.
No, I’d much prefer to not let Kev have any and we still only get three each.
Then it’s decided.
*hopes that, having said nothing about what has been decided, nobody will be cross with him*
Excellent. Good for us.