I observed that somebody residing in France made note that they'd finished their postings for the duration of the challenge that I would never participate in. You might of heard of the alternative to my anarchic alphabet challenge. They are going from A to Z. Fancy that.
Anyway, after noting their profile update on a certain social network site, I thought perfect, "F" is for "France!" So thank you for the inspiration, Elise Fallson And yes, France is awesome!
So, "F" is for "France." Or should I say the bizarre conversations I've had with a few English people about France. Conversations such as, "Those bloody French! How ignorant are they? I went to France and they didn't even have the decency to speak in English! And don't get me started on the public toilets I noted in Carcassonne!" At which point the same person asks me, "Would you like a baguette? Perhaps some gateau?" What the "F"?
Speaking of social networks, or is that social 'notworks', "F" is for 'Farcebook', everyone's favourite social 'notworking' site. Yes, a site where you can read my vitally important to your life, profile updates. Updates such as, "Hi there, I was contemplating doing a blog about apathy but couldn't be bothered. Somebody asked me if I was always indecisive. Well yes and no." Yep, "F" is for 'Farcebook.'