Woman on Facebook wants everyone to know she is so blah blah blah

MARY Fisher has taken to Facebook to let everyone know that she is just really blah blah blah right now.

34-year-old Fisher claimed she has never been so yada yada yada and that she felt truly blessed by etcetera etcetera.

She said: “I just want everyone to know that I’m so yap yap yap right now.

“I’m lucky to have whatever in my whatever. Every morning I feel so on and so forth.

“Just wanted to share that with the people I love.”

Fisher’s friend Emma Bradford responded: “Babe, I’m so happy you’re blah blah blah.

“You deserve yap yap yap.”

Fisher’s ex-boyfriend Martin Bishop added: “I love that you’re feeling blah blah blah. Yap yap yap. Yap.”

Fisher replied: “Blah x.”

Professor Henry Brubaker of the Institute of Studies said: “It’s best to delete these people. Although you probably can’t because you’re somehow related to them.”

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Inset day designed to push parents to limit of mental strength

A SCHOOL that added an extra day onto the end of the holidays did it because they enjoy torturing parents, it has emerged.

Rather than using the time for training, staff at St Peter’s Secondary School spent the morning standing at the staff room window laughing at the horrified reactions of parents who arrived to find the gates still locked.

Headteacher Carolyn Ryan said: “Parents always turn up at the beginning of term moaning about how insanely tiring it is having the children all day, but parenting is a piece of piss in comparison to teaching.

“They whine after spending six weeks taking their kids to farm parks, but they should try teaching forty of them long division whilst simultaneously trying to stop them getting high from marker pens.

“It was a real morale booster for the staff to see them almost start crying when they realised they’d forgotten the inset day.”

Mum-of-two Emma Bradford said: “Even if the teachers are doing training they should be able to just put the children in a room, toss some biscuits in and lock the door.”