As an immature, single (correlation?) guy, I would have assumed the best compliment a nice woman could pay me would be something about how fantastically attractive I am to heterosexual members of the opposite sex.
But then I saw this:
"I will be celebrating with real live vegans in Invercargill :-) I can't think of anywhere else I would rather be!!"
Our lovely friend Jenny, currently living in Queenstown, who drove down specially to attend an INVSOC potluck!
As founder of an initially one member Vegan "society", it really brought a tear to my mixed metaphor heart. What a lovely thing to read!
For World Vegan Day 2012 (1st November), INVSOC is holding a special dinner event, Jenny is once again driving down to be with us for this holiest of Vegan holy days (holiest by default, but damn holy none the less!)
In the words of Sir Digby Chicken Friend Caesar*, "LETS MAKE THIS AN INVERCARGILL VEGAN SOCIETY WORLD VEGAN DAY DINNER EVENT TO REMEM-BA!"
"I think we've got the makings of crystal meth here sir!"
"It's gonna be an easter weekend to remem-ba!"
"The Surprising Adventures of Sir Digby Chicken Caesar:"
"a drunken, drug-addled psychotic tramp played by Robert Webb, who seems to be under the delusion that he is a brilliant and intrepid secret agent or adventurer, in the style of Dick Barton. He and his companion Ginger, another derelict, played by David Mitchell, who serves as his Snowy, commit various crimes (usually either theft or petty assault) whilst supposedly engaging in battle against the henchmen of their so-called "nemesis", a vague and undefined entity described simply as "some bastard who is presumably responsible". The sketch often ends with the pair being chased by somebody they've fleeced to the tune of "Devil's Galop", usually combined with the use of SnorriCam shots to humorous effect."