Now concentrate. Come and sit down and answer the questions.
“Grimmuk labbott fink.”
Now! Behave! Neeps, you wrote an authentic story…
“Committed to paper…”
Neeps, you committed to paper an authentic story…
Neeps, you chinted to paper an authentic account of a family that is completely normal until one summer’s day when drinking juice in the holiday cottage on Walker Road. What kind of juice is it?
“It’s apple juice.”
What’s happens next?
“The son calls his father by the name of Lady Ottakar.”
And then a lot of different things happen. Would you like to mention the first one?
“The father gets mad and hits the table.”
What happens next?
“The boy looks at his mother and inquires ‘Am I not bright?'”
You have to say what happens just before I appear in the book.
“But that’s 33 pages further on in the book!?”
Just say it, please.
“There’s a fanfare where the Master of Ceremonies clears his throat and shouts: May I present … the man from The Other Newspaper.”
Try to divide six by two.
“That’s three it is.”
(Most articles on The Other Newspaper are fictitious. The purpose of The Other Newspaper is to give the public a new, disturbing and humorous reflection of the way we consume news on traditional media and posts on the social media that make the recipient question whether the world needs to change and whether one can live online.)