Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Rolling back the years

It is being widely reported that scholars of the Theory of Rare Events were last night thrown unto a state of unbridled excitement as one of the most infrequent occurrences in nature was witnessed in Chesham, Buckinghamshire.

Some say that the sky turned black, some say that the earth shook and others claim that time stood still. Whatever the veracity of these observations, all witnesses attest to the fact that they saw Total Flanker score a try for the Wii Fat touch rugby team in their match against MC Hammer.

“I’m not sure what happened,” said one confused observer. “One second he was trundling towards the defenders with ball in hand and then, in a flash, he was through a non-existent gap and away.”

“It doesn’t seem possible”, observed one of MC Hammer's teenage defenders. “This old fat bloke just showed us the ball, then it was gone and he was away – I was too gobsmacked to even think about chasing him.”

Several of the bemused opposition are said today to be receiving counselling for post-traumatic stress disorder at a Buckinghamshire clinic, while the aforementioned Total Flanker is reported to be “as happy as a pig in shit.”

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