Wednesday, 19 September 2012


If you went to school in the 60s, 70s or even the 80s, in you class you would probably have had one fat kid, one asthmatic and one kid with hay fever. Nowadays, schools are rife with fat kids, asthmatics and allergies to just about everything under the sun. Where did all these allergies suddenly come from?
One of the more commonly identified allergies, is a nut allergy. However, the nut that usually gets their knickers (or sometimes their windpipe) in a twist, is the peanut. It is a known fact that a peanut is not a nut, but actually a legume. Armed with this fact, how would I stand in court should I choose to force feed a person claiming to have a nut allergy a bag of M&Ms?

I'm actually allergic to sticking my testicles in a George Forman Grill. It makes them all red and blistery. Although they do remain remarkably low in fat! I do try my best to avoid this activity.


  1. I heard george forman got the idea for his grill from doing that.

  2. I love rubbing peanut butter on my genitals and getting the dog to lick it, but now I have a rash. Is that an allery?