We were approached by a firm last time who do Pooper Scooper removals as a business and they agreed to call round and give us a quote. However, when they arrived I think they were expecting to be scooping after a couple of poodles. When they found out we had nearly 300 bears they ran for the hills.
Back to square one.
I think it is also worth noting that some people did very kindly offer help with tasks like bear-sitting, photography and call centre work but there was only Sergei who offered to scoop the poop. Aleksandr used his veto on that one though because he wanted Sergei to undertake his own personal little tasks. Aleksandr was basically having none of it.
I run around looking after the bears and making sure their every little whim is catered for so don’t always have time to scoop. So we are appealing again for some help to keep Jammy Toast running smoothly and poop free. We have nearly three-hundred bears here at the Jammy Toast Centre and this leads to a great deal of poop piling high around the park. With this in mind we have purchased a state of the art Kawasaki Poopa-Scoopa Machine and we need an operator who can scoop up the entire poop mountain efficiently and quickly.
If you can think of anyone who could fit into this important job here at Jammy Toast – or you feel you could do it yourself – then please let us know. The rule for today is; if you visit the blog you have to recommend someone for the Poopa-Scoopa Operator’s job – someone who is best suited to meet the skills required or, more likely, come up with an excuse why you can’t do it.
Have fun people!