Monday, April 23, 2007

Obvious


Due ti a shiteworks brekdoon it Seafield, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency have today issued this statement:

"On no account should fish or shellfish caught in the Firth of Forth be eaten".

Do we aw take it then thit the fish ken ti avoid aw the petrochemical wastewater fi Grangemooth n radioactive isotopes pishn oot i they auld festerin submarines it Rosyth doakyaird?

14 comments:

futin det said...

Surely, if the fish huv got the guid sense no i eat thir ain shite, thur no gauni go near oors ?

Carrier said...

In anithir hing - ah thoacht mussels wur bivalve filter feeders n ET shite?
Shurely the mussels will be plumper than evir aroond MUSSELburgh wey, n Poartibelly?

Nevets said...

When has the Forth ever been clean?

rickyh said...

Noo Carrier "Do we aw take it then thit the fish ken ti avoid aw the petrochemical wastewater fi Grangemooth" Noo pish nonsense like that pits not so saggy and ma joabs on the line yi ken! The woter thit leaves oor wurk when it comes oot fi oor effluent treatment is aboot as clean as Perrier water yi ken, I kin boattle sum and let yi try it if yi fancy? Forgetten the tons oh kites and gallons oh gipsy's kisses that Scottish water have poured inti thi Forth whit wid yi eat mussels fur they taste like shite!

Al Gore said...

An unfortunate analogy there RickyH - did Perrier no huv ti recall it's worldwide supply fur BENZENE contamination?

futin det said...

Ah seem ti remember it wis the BP thit that reassured joe public that "no one was ever in any danger" when a dodgy valve blew up across the main road between Bo'ness and Grangemouth. Stevie Wonder could see that wisney true.

rickyh said...

Al Gore a wee bit Benzene never hurt naebdiy min!

Futin Det I coodnae comment on them BP wurkers, us folks up the road wid never dae a thing like yon ti the publik. Wi might reek thum oot there hoo-sees wi rancid smells, bit never pit thum in danger

futin det said...

Heh Heh!
Jist oot i curiosity, who is it ye work fur this week? And is there any truth in the rumour that the company signs are fixed oan wi velcro (tae save time)?
;-)

rickyh said...

This week wier still Kemfine, bit next week is onibudies guess! if yi ken wit a meen!

Carrier said...

Aye - we "Ken fine" whaur these are cumn fae anaw:

http://news.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=591132007

;0)

Yan said...

Ahl tell ye sumhin aboot that leakage though. It means thurs loads i space oan the beach fur sunbathin noo. N anither hing, we aw used ti play in the Forth when we wur wee n it wis a damn site shiteier then thin it is noo.

Carrier said...

Welcome back Yan! An u r correct - ah mind gaun ti Aberdour in ma youth n swam oot ti the sandbar dodgin the floatin turds n shitepaper oan the wey!

Yan said...

Cheers, though ah huv ti sign in wi blogger each fckin time a want ti poast sumhin. Anyhoo, back in the world o cyberspace.

Carrier said...

In anithir hing - try sayin "A damn site shitier" six times, foarward n backwards.