April 27, 2010
I think you’ll find they’re pretty impressive:
Cor, look at the spike on that
Day after day of carefully crafted posts on the weather, knitting, gardening and going on bike rides are met with relative indifference, and then one post on boobs sends my hits through the roof. Cuh. Typical.
Oh, you meant the earthquakes. Well, analysis of both frequency and intensity have shown no significant increase in earthquake activity during the period of Boobquake. Sorry guys, you’re going to have to find someone else to blame.
Back to normal tomorrow…
April 26, 2010
I cannot let today pass without mentioning that today is boobquake. In the name of science, women are invited to dress as immodestly as they can, in order to see whether it does, indeed, cause an increase in the number of earthquakes. Sadly, as I’m not particularly endowed in that department (and the day I was patted down in Belfast airport by the security chap as he had taken me for a boy and he didn’t notice his mistake is still engraved upon my soul. I grew my hair after that), I’m not sure my puny cleavage will add to the effect. But if the sun comes out any more I’m planning on taking off my jumper and believe me, that’s quite a step for Scottishkind.
If you’re reading this and you’ve got the wherewithal, join in! It’s science! And besides, it should be fun. Thanks to Aviatrix to the heads (or some other part of the anatomy) up.