Monday, 11 July 2011

Life Explained by Graphs

Someone sent me this the other day and it made me laugh so I thought I would share it.  the trouble is it's a little too accurate in most cases....see what you think...

I particularly liked the Chicken and YMCA ones.  "Chickenyness" is a word I shall be using in future.


  1. Y'know the supermarket one? I intend to be one of the 11 items or more people from now on...taught by nuns from an early age has made me such an effing 'good girl' (in some respects..ahem...)that I always play life with a straight bat and I'm getting sick of it! Sorry...rant over!

  2. Oh I love a good graph, the world needs more of the!

    I snorted a little too loudly at the Beatles one.

  3. Eurgh - Nuns! I had toputup with them for years as well and you're right - you do turn out to be terribly obedient as a result. Luckily, Imet the Shah who has led me away from the straight and narrow for years now!

    Andy - I had the same reaction to the YMCA one!

  4. Brilliant! And I can assure you that only chicken actually tastes like chicken but with the amount of hormones and water they shove it the poor chooks now even that doesn't taste so much like chicken anymore.
    Snails - they taste like what you would expect a school rubber banc dipped in garlic to taste like and just as chewy ;)

  5. Great on facebook!And chicken tastes like wet towels now, so glad to hear we can replace it with rats, the population of which is growing in the East Bay - hooray!

  6. Taz - You're right about chicken and as for snails - I tried them once and never again. No amount of garlic butter can make them taste like anything other than a rubber. And by that I mean an eraser, not, er, the other sort of rubber...

    Jody - Well it's all round to yours for dinner then? There must be an international rat explosion because they say you are never more than 3 feet away from a rat in the UK at any one time. My cats are certainly never far from rats and love to catch them and bring them into the house - sometimes alive and kicking and sometimes lightly chewed... :-(

  7. Tattoos. Tattoos, Attitude and a fecking Trolley. That's what a lot of the people in the ten items or less aisle of our supermarket always have.
    Which is why I never ask them to move to the right aisle..

  8. I have rats and chickens. Sadly the rats seem to need constant reassurance that my chickens taste like chickens! Love the graphs

  9. Macy, sounds like good idea. Discretion, valour and all that!

    WG - that conjours up an entirely unwelcome mental Image!


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