h2g2 Post 08.05.03

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Posted: 8thMay 2003


Poor Greebo is unwell.smiley - sadface

Rumour has it that she is suffering from a surfeit of doughnuts - but I find that very hard to believe. Her capacity for those round treats is legendary and she is always careful to lick up every single crumb dropped on the Post Office floor - thereby discouraging any rodents from visiting and saving her from having to indulge in any exercise to chase them away. Personally, I think that maybe I've been a little too stingy with her payment-in-kind recently and she is wasting away. This means that you will have to all be very patient and do without the Wordplay game and her popular 'Through the Doughnut Hole' series. I am sure I speak for us all when I wish her a speedy recovery and safe return to h2g2 and The Post.

On a brighter note, we have a sparkling edition for you this week. Demon Drawer returns from his adventures on the campaign trail and gives us an insight into what it is like to stand for a local election as well as his usual features. Humour seems to figure in quite a few columns in this edition. It is, apparently, very good for our health, so we are doing you a lot of good! So, get your laughing gear on and plunge in.


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