Mr Crabtree Posted February 2 Share Posted February 2 (edited) I've just seen an article David has put up about the vaxxed sheep, apparently now they aren't classed as vaxxed until fourteen days after the jab! You're either vaxxed, or you're not vaxxed, it's like saying you can't be declared dead until fourteen days after you first died! Where the fuck does all this bollocks come from? Are they saying that people who were wise enough to say NO to the death jab, are so thick they won't notice this latest load of old cobblers they're trying to foist upon us now? They aren't concerned about the jabbed ones, because most of them will be goners soon anyway! We kept our kids well away from any jabs when they were little, they grew up fit and healthy anyway, but now, my oldest daughter will have any jab going, she's turned into a right hypochondriac who's always feeling ill, especially when she has to go somewhere she doesn't really want to go, or do something she really doesn't want to do! I remember even when she was little, she came downstairs one morning limping badly 'My leg hurts so bad I can't go to school like this, we've got P.E. today and I just won't be well enough to do it'! I said 'no of course not, you lie on the settee whilst I phone Halfords to cancel your bike you were having for Christmas'! She said 'Why? I really want that bike dad'! I said 'No point in buying you a bike, what if you've got something serious and you have to have your leg off? how are you going to ride a bike with only one leg'? 'And there's no point in getting you a scooter either, how could you use that with only one leg'? I went into the kitchen to make a pot of tea and a few minutes later she came in with the shocking, but good news that her leg was much better now, and maybe she would be alright going to school after all! I said to my wife, 'The Lord be praised, another miracle, shall I leave cancelling the bike now then'? You can guess my daughter's answer! Edited February 2 by Mr Crabtree 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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