So with excitement reaching fever pitch and all other competitions this year sitting in the back seat crying and snivelling at how amateur they appear in comparison we have reached the much anticipated finale of the Blog of War - a fight to the death between two giants of the blogging world…These guys have:
- sweated mud;
- wept cheese;
- climbed the lowest mountain;
- swum through plankton invested waters;
- Single handedly slain Osama bin Laden;
- Fought rabid hamsters with big furry teeth and great big sharp testicles (before you ask, I’m not sure if it was the hamsters or our competitors that had the furry teeth and sharp testicles);
- found the remains of Amelia Earhart, aviator –who was attempting to circumnavigate the globe when she went missing in 1937 (keep this in mind for later in the blog);
- re-painted the Sistine Chapel (This did not go down very well with the Vatican as the instructions were to touch up the faded paint work not paint it over the room in white. His Popeiness was said to be apoplectic with rage at the attempted “Bianca Lavata” of Vatican history).
Monitoring our way to a fortune (or not) with our Solar Panels
KW Produced so far – 1404
KW generated in the week – 146
This has earned us approximately – £702
Record of the week
White Flag by dido - Representing our second finalist. I myself should have thrown the towel in on the damn competition, that shall no longer be named, but promised that I would see it through to the bitter end – such a shame only one of the competitors saw it through….
Here comes the summer by The Undertones -
It's getting to that time of year, the sun comes up and the skies are blue
our Solar panls are making lots of money for
Sorry to get any hopes up, that should be "us" but didn't scan as well
It was better than my first effort
The sun comes up and the skies are bus
our Solar panels are making lots of money for us
Feed Me from the Little Shop of Horrors - In honour of all those young out there sucking their parents dry....(see photo finish below)
|Poppy for anyone who wanted to know,|
although I have no doubt some one will
have a proper name for it....
I love the fact that the youngster is larger than its parent,
It’s beautiful how nature gets the fledglings to suck
the life out of its parents before leaving home
just like human children….
I hope to see you next week when I can promise that this will be “a competition that will never be mentioned again” free zone....