doing my bit for global warming

oops, I got home tonight and found I had left the hob on! the night before I had a very late supper of soup and toast round midnight. I went to bed without turning the cooker off, then I had gone to work the next morning similarly oblivious. it was a long day at work so it was only at eight this evening that I discovered my oversight.

so I had left an electric ring on for 20 hours straight. no wonder my kitchen was warmer than normal. I’m sure you are thinking that this is a terrible waste of resources but you are wrong! I recently switched my electricity supply to London Electric’s Green Tariff. They promise that every kilowatt I fritter away comes from ‘green’ sources. Thus I have actually been promoting sustainable energy!

‘That’s good,’ you say, ‘but [i]ahh[/i] it will have cost you a lot money!’ Yet again you are wrong. Certainly my swanky green electricity is supposed to be more expensive that dirty brown electricity you probably use, but thanks to a fuck up by LE, all my electricity is charged at night time rates, just a couple of pennies per BTU, one sixth of what it is supposed to cost. ha ha ha!

Everyone’s a winner! (unless this forgetfulness is an early sign of Alzheimer’s!)

About caspar

Caspar is just one monkey among billions. Battering his keyboard without expectations even of peanuts, let alone of aping the Immortal Bard. By day he is an infantologist at Birkbeck Babylab, by night he runs BabyLaughter.net
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