As some of you know, I was at Cape Kidnappers last week, visiting the Napier area for the ﬁrst time. (I tried getting there last October, but this was as far as I got.)
It was for the Audi A8 launch, and we at the ofﬁce had a good laugh at this lovely and kind message that the company sent after the event:
The venue found some clothes in one of the rooms so if you are missing a pair of trousers and a jacket, we have them here.
Maybe it’s my warped sense of humour at this place, but the ﬁrst thing I said to the team was, ‘I’m pretty sure I was wearing trousers when I got back on the plane, so it wasn’t me.’
The conversation descended from there.
This week’s humour spot: ‘Since Blogger/Google is USA based, they support the principles of “free speech” and of “innocence until proven guilty”. Even genuine spammers are permitted to speak here, until they cross the line and become disruptive.’
As someone who has had legitimate comments deleted from the Google forums, and experienced that the actual stance is ‘guilty until proven innocence (sic)’, then this was another good laugh via the internet.