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Dreadful Nonsense

"I've read your blog. it's really funny. you should write a column." - Jon Ronson


Nobody tells me these things in time.

Apparently, today is National Slacker’s Day. In these times of stress and strain, and what with the UK holding the title for both the longest working day in Europe alongside the shortest average life expectancies, we should really be grabbing every opportunity to slack off with both hands.

They’ve even got Television’s Simon Pegg to add some words of wisdom, for no particular reason. Television’s Pegg said:

"It is vital to understand the importance of doing nothing. Slacking is a necessity; it is Yin to activity's Yang. How can you possibly comprehend the value of your own hectic endeavour if you don't occasionally put your feet up and experience a state of complete calm. So, when Slacker Day comes around, stop Yanging around and Yin out for a bit. You'll feel better."

Wise words from Television’s Simon Pegg from off of the television there.

(Of course, on closer inspection, you’ll see that this is just a marketing device from a website called oncus.com, but I’ll take any excuse.)


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