So today I was reading about a young lad who suffered 2nd degree burns on his shoulders. The first thing that struck my attention was this kid was named Angus Pattie, so I presumed it was a story about a man who burnt his meat patty on the Barbecue and to make the story out of it he gave the patty a name. Because that is my understanding of how journalism works, personalize the story.
|Oh No. Not Angus! He was my favourite.|
Then I thought well hang on a minute Angus is a type of cow, so the media were just alerting people to the danger of burning prime beef patties, because the price of meat and milk and stuff going through the roof.
|"It's just sickening that a solo mother of 8 can't afford to eat Prime beef every meal of the day in this country, and to top it off it burns more easily."|
|"What are you doing in there, Angus?"|
"NOTHING MUM, JUST SUNBATHING"
Is the cancer society president an vampire (a real one, not one of those twilight fags), and figures if he can't go in the sun no one else should too, therefore if they think they are using the best sunscreen and still getting burnt, then they should just stay inside??
|Head of Cancer society.|
Did they test it? When did they test it?
|"Yeah, your not burnt at all, this stuff totally works"|
|Bill (middle) had forgot to put the shade on his face.|
If you want my recommendation, use the sunscreen that people use to write on themselves with, if it can leave skin underneath pasty white, while the rest burns to a crisp, it must be good!
|"I wished they had used Cancer society sunscreen then I wouldn't have this burnt into my back"|