Chairman Pip's Railway Thoughts

Jenny inspires Chairman Pip to try some railway based satire

Posted in Great Britain, High Speed, Media, Other general stuff about railways, Rolling stock by Chairman Pip on 9 September 2011

I saw my mate last night, and gave her an idea about the Railway Adjustment and Intervention Bureau (which incidentally has been busy recently, having made an adjustment and restored Manchester Central). Given that she had to go on an awayday today, possibly the most outrageously dull way of spending a day, she needed a little light relief. I say “light relief”, but there’s little that’s actually amusing about the work of the RAIB – it’s in fact very serious. But, she sent me a link to Uncyclopedia, which is to Wikipedia what I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue is to serious panel games, and suggested that I contribute to that. Which got me thinking – the whole point of Uncyclopedia is that it is supposed to be funny. And that is not the easiest thing in the world. But walking down the Fulham Road, an idea sprung to me about the Class 390. And that inspired me to come up with a little satire that I’ve put on Uncyclopedia.

Class 390 Pendodildo

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  1. Claire said, on 11 September 2011 at 9:05 pm

    LMAO!!! As I’ve said, you can be very funny! 😀 This article gets the Claire seal of approval.


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