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A government quango has urged football fans to choose sparkling water and grapes rather than beer and crisps while watching the World Cup.
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"sparkling water and grapes"Champagne is it then.Cunts.
What more proof could you want that these organisations are over-staffed bureaucracies? The righteous bandwagon is obviously the dumping-ground of choice for otherwise bored pen-pushers.
I'd suggest a visit to the FSA website itself, but I'm afraid you'd burst a blood vessel.It's amazing we all managed to eat without their help for so long!
Sounds like an over-staffed quango that needs closing.
Fuckin hell I spill more than 3 to 4 units on a normal days drinking. I walk to the Pub (it's 25 foot away from my house) and they have run out of pork scratchings so I'm fucked there. I do actually fance Japanese but as any on the ball observer will observe, the women seem to go down hill rather rapidly after about 25 (age that is and not pints) so I hope the FSA will advise this on their webshite.
Shouldn't an environmental quango denounce this move by a health quango on account of the environmental damage that bottled water does?
I think such out of touch Quangos have to be axed. Full of socialist Labour placemen anyway.
Grapes are killers. You can choke on a grape. Also, you can do yourself a right mischief with a shish kebab on a wicked bamboo spike. OTOH if you get a grape wedged in your windpipe, a friend can perform an emergency tracheotomy with the skewer, so the risk balances out.
That advice doesn't apply to me because I won't be watching the football. I'll stick to 'spark up and pour the wine' which is close enough.We have an FSA in Scotland too. It's probably the same thing because it also requires all staff to have every last bit of intelligence surgically extracted on employment.Nobody up here takes any notice of them.
Here's a thought - Quango Queen Deirdre Hutton (she of the CAA) appears to have simultaneously held the chair of the Food Standards Agency and the deputy chair of the Financial Services Authority. I've always wondered how anyone could have the breadth of expertise one would assume was needed for the two posts.Just a thought, but perhaps she simply turned up and saw the sign saying FSA over the door...
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