As everyone who reads Jammy Toast already knows, Elvis Presley is alive and well and leaves comments on our posts every so often. However, this week sees the fortieth anniversary of his death and so the national press is full of conspiracy theory stories asking did Elvis really leave the building in 1977. Ever since his death there have been dozens of theories about his lack of demise and rumours he simply went into hiding. Our friend Elvis doesn’t want people to know that he is still around but unfortunately the conspiracy theories refuse to die.
If there is one thing I hate, it is spammers. They block up the internet with the boring drivel; with one estimate suggesting that 75% of all email is spam – scary stuff. Just how much time and money is lost checking spam must be frightening. However, one thing that is much scarier than ordinary spam is when people try and spam bears. Believe it or not, Jammy Toast gets spammed all the time offering us deals and ways to get rich quickly. However, the one thing that makes me laugh the loudest is what I call improvement spam. I call it that because these spammers email us saying they have read our blog carefully and they know how they can help us to make more money from our blog and sell more merchandise. If they had read it that carefully, they would have realised we are not a business and neither do we sell anything!
Last night Davidd allowed us all to stay up late and watch Radiohead at Glastonbury. It was indeed late because they didn’t start their coverage until 10pm so it was going to be getting on for 1am before they finished. We are all great fans of Radiohead here at Jammy Toast and it has to be said they did not disappoint any of us. Captivating, inspiring and achingly stunning – Radiohead delivered a typically Radioheadesq sort of set for the festival’s opening night.
For a Teddy Bear I have a very healthy interest in human girlies – some may say a little too healthy. I have often been referred to as a playboy playbear. I am too young to settle down and like to play the field when it comes to girlies. So, some would say I am an expert in the human form. However, I was reading an article the other day about a girl who thinks she is ugly and I can only say there is nothing further from the truth than what she is thinking. Her name is Alanah and she suffers from Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), a condition that causes people to become obsessed with perceived defects in their appearance.
Some of you may have heard the odd rumour that from time to time I indulge in some pornographic indulgencies. I have never denied this and I suppose now would be a good time to admit that I do have a bit of a bear-eye for the female form. Now as some of you may be aware, I have a Razzi’s Girls page here on Jammy Toast where I post pictures of some of my lady friends – all in good taste of course – and all mostly fully-clothed. The reason I mention all this now is that I have been asking Davidd for some time now that I would like to have some of my porn on Jammy Post and – needless to say – he has had a fit and refused me my innocent little pastimes.
In my last column, I asked was the world going mental. In this column, it is even more relevant that I ask that question after what happened yesterday afternoon. I am sitting here writing this just as the police announce that the police officer who died during yesterday’s terrorist attack was Keith Palmer who was 48, had been in the police force for 15 years and was a husband and father. Four other people have also been announced as dead. Do these people who attack Britain really think they can win?
Hello again, everyone. Do you ever get the feeling that the world is going mental? Do you get the feeling that there are that many nutters in the world you can never relax and feel safe? Do you fear that you will get caught up in something that they are doing? People just seem unable to control their anger towards others and so they are looking for someone to take it out on. Up until now I have always thought that at least we can turn to the police, but after reading a story in the news I am not so sure the police are as sane as I once thought.