There's something on the nose at Inskip
There's something on the nose at Inskip

Something on the nose at Inskip

STONE the crows there's something on the nose at Inskip.

It's a fly-blown toilet block in the M.V.Sarawak camping ground.

No doubt this is a big pain in the butt (and possibly the gut) for rangers who keep fielding complaints from pesky, doubled-over campers clutching at their stomachs and refusing to show any faith in the cans of Mortein brought in to fight the pestilence.

But perhaps these vomiting, doubting Thomases are on to something.

After all, how many times have we watched Louie the Fly succumb to the power of Mortein on our television screens, only to see him pop back up again in the next commercial break, day after day, decade after decade?

By my calculations, Louie is now crowding 60, making him the oldest fly in the history of the world.

Most of his relatives live, at most, 30 days.

All Mortein seems to do to Louie is imbue him with the power of reincarnation.

This warrants further investigation.

Gympie Times


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