I did quite a bit of travelling while I was researching my unputdownable latest masterpiece of feline literature ‘The Cat’s Travelogue’ and sometimes the road was dark and dangerous, you know the type of road I mean one where the gravel from it falls off when your tyres come close to edge and then tumbles down a cliff face for hundreds of feet into oblivion.
But not all roads are like those ones in Britain, where there are misnamed pot holes (they really should be called ravines), no a lot of the roads I travelled on were wonderful, neat, nicely made and great to drive on, although that could be because the countries that have those roads either don’t have the traffic because most of the population can’t afford to drive like India or they reduce the number of drivers on the road by predijuice by not allowing women to drive as they do in the most backward of countries like Saudi Arabia.
Just interrupting myself for a moment, and my dear faithful readers know I do that a lot and to be honest probably expect it of me, I have found that women drivers are much better than their male counterparts, I was once driven from a racetrack in the middle of Kent (Brands Hatch) to London by an English lady F1 racing driver called Divina Galicia and it was wonderful, she drove the car in a way that I don’t think many could, it was exciting, fun and well within most of the laws of the land.
Still this blog isn’t about drivers, male or female, it’s about a lorry that I saw on the roads in Britain, a country that was once really nice and is now as filthy as this lorry’s bottom. As the tile says someone really should wash their lorry – before the truth comes out!
If you look as closely at this picture as I have you’ll no doubt see that in order to write in the filth covering the lorry’s rear whoever wrote the little jokette had to clean some of the scank off amazing!
Still they do say that individuals are to be treasured and you would have to be an individual to drive a lorry like this and get a nickname like ‘Rapid Ray.’
Just in case you would like to buy my latest masterpiece of feline literature or if, god forbid, you are one of the uncool few who haven’t bought my previous work of genius here are some links that will whizz you off at a click to those nice humans at www.amazon.com who can send you a copy in return for either your own money or if you can arrange it someone else’s, I have always found that using someone else’s cash is to be preferred.
F1, Getting Out – Excerpts from a Cat’s Diary, Jokette, Nickname, Rapid Ray, Scank, The Cats Travelogue, www – wickedly wonderful website, www.amazon.com, www.thecatsdiary.com, Divina Galicia, Racing Driver