So I’ve been getting a lot of… constructive criticism after my last blog post, where I joked about flying monkeys attacking Melbourne. A few days later, what happens? That’s right. A flying monkey attack. But this is exactly what I meant about something being wrong with Melbourne! How a flying monkey attack happened right after I suggested it, I don’t know. Maybe one of the evil scientists, like the Dirge or Dr Dark McBane saw my blog post and thought that would be a good idea. There has to be a logical explanation for it.
Thanks to this sudden invasion of monkeys, I don’t think there’s a good chance of me getting those drain camera inspections. Melbourne plumbers are probably busy protecting themselves from the banana bombs that are being dropped from the skies. It’s a shame because I really want the drains in my house fixed. I guess I’ll just have to live with the issue until the monkeys get driven off.
I swear I had nothing to do with this crazy event. I’m just as annoyed about the flying monkeys as you are. I can’t even go for a walk around the block without hearing their screeching above my head. It’s like magpie season on steroids out there. Not fun. Not fun at all.
Hopefully the lack of plumbing available at the moment doesn’t turn into a massive issue. I have a friend who needs drain repairs around Brighton but hasn’t been able to get them. It’s a big issue; you really shouldn’t leave plumbing issues unresolved. What if his house floods because one of the pipes burst? And then he’ll be sending me hate mail blaming me for the flying monkey attack as well.
My advice is that we all just stay inside for a while and hope that the monkeys get bored and go away. There’s really not much else I can think of when it comes to our options. Stay safe everybody!