Attempt to Get Vince Cable to Wear a Breton Cap Back-to-Front Like Ben From Curiosity Killed The CatPosted: November 14, 2012
On Thursday the 15th of November 2012 I sent the following letter to The Rt. Hon Dr Vince Cable MP. Hidden within this letter were 5 Curiosity Killed The Cat songs. Can you find them all? I should imagine Vince will find them all straightaway because I put them all in bold. That doesn’t really show here though for some odd reason.
Here’s a copy of the photo I sent him with the letter.
I then printed off both the letter and the photograph of Ben Volpeliere-Pierrot and popped them in an envelope.
Then I licked a stamp, put it on the envelope and walked down to post box to get the letter on its way.
We shall wait and see what happens.
It goes without saying that I immediately emailed the council leader with 20 of my best ideas. These were the ideas that I had been sitting on for years; the ones that had past my rigorous ‘Ideas Monthly Quality Control Test’.
As you can see, I signed the message from my alter-ego Melvin Tangster. I use Melvin a lot – I don’t know why. In this instance though I shouldn’t have done, so I quickly reverted back to my real name and tweeted the contents of my email to Council Leader Kitcat just to make sure that there was no chance of him missing it.
Within the hour I got this reply. (I heard it on good authority that Mr. Kitcat left a very important meeting just to send this to me.)
Mr. Kitcat has done exactly the right thing here. He has delegated, passed on my ideas to the correct department. I very much looked forward to shortly hearing from the people he had sent my ideas to.
And hear back from those people shortly I did. I don’t mind telling you that this new Green Party bunch are properly on the ball. When I wrote to the old council leader about my plan to erect a large bronze statue of a pug dog in the city centre, he didn’t even have the decency to reply. He was clearly a very rude man, and as far as I’m concerned this city is better off without him.
But I digress. The point is that Mr. Kitcat passed on my ideas to the correct people and I got this back from them.
I don’t know what will happen next. I should imagine I will be called to a meeting to explain my ideas in more depth. Needless to say I downloaded the draft strategy as requested by Geoffrey and then thanked him; as is right for a man of my upbringing.