What Necks…..?


 Correct Scarf Positioning

I seem to be having a bit of a Victor Meldrew phase at the moment.

What is it with people wearing scarfs in a what can only be described as a hoity, toity, dandy, fandy, quasi fashion statement?  


Incorrect Scarf Postioning

A scarf is an article of material used for the warming of ones neck region during weather of a rather inclement nature i.e. when its cold. The said strip of material, hereon in refered to as the scarf, can be of many types of cloth. Ideally it should be woven from wool or a good hard wearing tweed. Colours can be bright or subdued dependant on the wearers taste.

But, and this is the point of all this pointless drivel, it should be crossed and folded from underneath the first crossed section. Not intertwined in some convuluted statement of architecture. Its a scarf to keep you warm, not high street fashion for Gods sake! 

Next installment….”Is skimmed milk just coloured water?”


4 Responses to What Necks…..?

  1. Millietant says:

    Haha, thanks for that , just made me laugh out loud.

    Is this right? http://www.lunaestas.com/scarf/images.php

    Looking forward to the rant on skimmed milk, could you also include some thoughts on Sterilised milk as i’ve never quite understood it.

  2. Kingmagic says:

    Aaah! I see you,ve fallen into that old Dr. Who university association scarf trap. The Dr. is wearing the scarf of a famous university “The Ancient & Honourable Time Lords Scholastic Centre of Excellence” (previously known as “The Slough Polytechnic”).
    The wearing of said neck attire in the Drs. case is purely for camouflage reasons, so that he may blend in with the rest of society.

  3. ecparamedic says:

    Have they changed your medication to the placebo packet again?


  4. Kingmagic says:

    I,m overdue for some Guiness therapy.

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