The Accident Book Continueth …
This post relates to that hideous journal of unmitigated disaster: THE ACCIDENT BOOK. You will no doubt remember that it concerns the many mishaps of my highly accident-prone friend and sometimes employee, Watkins. These were recorded by his former employer Lord Northbunker on his country estate in Dorset where he worked as an assistant Groundsman.
I stopped at Extract #13 which seemed gruesomely appropriate at the time. I knew I had to stop as it was becoming almost unbearable to relate.
Anyway, dear friends – after several months of intensive therapy with my good friend and mentor Doctor Eva Zuckerbauer at her mountain retreat in Switzerland – I now feel able to resume. And it is in this respect that I do have a small request to ask of you regarding said continuance thereof.
So, here’s the thing. The heart of the matter. I would absolutely love it if you were to try and guess one of the mishaps not yet listed. And, through the very miracle that is the comments box, I will tell you if you are correct. I have a sneaky feeling that you will all be bang on he money whatever you suggest. Hey … feel free to ask your friends to join in as well. You could steamroller them into it. Steamroller – now there’s a thought.
Just to refresh your memory, here is a list of just a few accidents thus far related to you …
- Kite flying
- Electric shock
- Lawn mower
AUTHOR’S NOTE: Nobody called Watkins was hurt during the writing of this post. God knows I tried!
LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.