Been an interesting week in the news, we’ve learned that instead of putting their money in mattresses the rich business boys & girls have been burying their money in Panamanian banks.
Some of us when we think of sandy Caribbean beaches think of resting, drinking cocktails and maybe just maybe smoke some of the local shisha.
Suit people however think “I’ll move all my money here!” because obviously. I think there’s a lot of hypocrisy when it comes to people’s reactions to this revelation, I mean don’t sit there and tell me you wouldn’t do the same if you had the chance. You wouldn’t pay for anything that you don’t have to and you know it, say for instance if you park on a private street in a resident’s allocated space to get out of paying for a parking ticket in a car park that’s no different in principle to what these people are doing. Also it’s not technically illegal and the hypocrisy of some people really annoys me, people love to tell other people what to do and they love more than anything to judge other people.
These same people love to tell rich people “you should do this with your money, you should do that with your money” knowing full well you wouldn’t do that **** if you were in their situation. If you were in that position you would also buy every watch you ever wanted, every car, every house, every suit/dress and everything period that you ever wanted because that’s human nature. We are greedy by nature, how else would we have become the dominant species on the planet if we weren’t constantly seeking to make things easier and more beneficial to us? So essentially what I’m saying is to get off your fucking pedestals.
Speaking of resting and partaking in local delicacies, I just had a fantastic chicken & bacon burger with sweet potato fries at a place called Red 10, divine is not the word!!!! I’m also watching Manchester City play PSG, decent game to be fair and of course Zlatan the god scored. All hail Zlatan who as we all know is the only man ever known to have actually eaten the lightening and crap the thunder that Rocky spoke of in the films. He capitalised on the wild confusing mistake by Fernando, I understand Fernando’s dilemma though because it just feels right when Ibrahimovic scores and he made sure it happened so shout out to you Fernando.
In news regarding my life, I’m embarking on a very interesting adventure this weekend. “What might be this adventure?” I hear you ask, am I running a marathon? No. Am I taking part in a hunger strike in protest of global warming? **** no because I love chicken and steak too much, no I’m actually going on a war re-enactment with my better half. Yep, that’s right Ryan, your boy, is going to be pretending he’s in a war. Me, a cosmopolitan, domesticated city boy who is more into Costa and free wifi than cannons and civil war will be rolling in the mud with a helmet on and pikes getting proper amped up yelling “charge!!” (Speaking of Civil War shout out to Marvel, can’t wait for Captain America 3).
There’s also this issue of camping, I hate the idea of sleeping in a muddy field when it’s cold and wet, but apparently it’s not appropriate for members of a war re-enactment group to sleep overnight in a Premier Inn when fighting a war. I really don’t get why not, I mean for the price of a tent we could spend the night there and have a full English in the morning before beginning the battle. Apparently there are pubs nearby so it’s not so bad, I plan on being victorious in battle but I fear the pubs may defeat me so wish me luck. If this is the last you hear of me it’s because I was either killed horribly, I drank myself to death or I decided I’ve gone on holiday to chill with David Cameron’s hidden tax money.
As usual hit me up on twitter @Rcolly91,
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