Lockdown Day 14

Good afternoon guys. Welcome to your Good George daily dose of diversion & distraction.

Today is a WEDNESDAY which is sometimes known as HUMPDAY because it’s halfway to the weekend and today’s HUMPDAY could be HUMPIER than usual because it might also be the halfway point of lockdown. Dare to dream people.


Camels have humps too. Here’s some Camel facts to make you smarter and more prepared for humpday:

• Camels have three sets of eyelids and two rows of eye lashes to keep the sand out

• Their humps let them store 40 kgs of fat which they can live off for months

• Camels can run at up to 60kms an hour which is as fast as a racehorse.

• Don’t make a Camel angry as they can spit at you over long distances.

This all proves that a Camel will be very handy in a lockdown running race on the beach.


Traffic Update:
Even quieter than usual in Dunedin as David Clark has promised to stay at home today. (Sorry I know we are supposed to be distracting from the real news here but we couldn’t resist the burn).

On TV Tonight:
8:55pm TV1 - Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport

Proof that the TV1 programming department understands the word “irony”. For a dose of nostalgia sit back and marvel at a crowded airport, planes flying to exotic locations and the trivial things that passengers used to complain about.


Today’s Boredom Buster:
List all of the NZ cities with populations over 30,000. There are 20 of them in total. To help you get started Auckland is the largest with a population of 1.5 million and Gizzy is at number 20 with 35000. (Sorry Timaru you didn’t make it at 29000).

For the complete list check here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...


From the Happy Hour Resource Center:
Create Your Own Board Game. Here’s all the inspiration you need sent in by cider lovers Glen & Jackie. Apparently Passionfruit always starts first.


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