-It makes more sense than a couple of other things.

Mad Aunt Bernards Tortoise Poetry

"The page to come and visit for a fabulously sensible intake of poetry straight from the divinest of inspiration - and it's only a bit tortoisy. A cracking good read if you're under anaesthetic."
Lord Elpus - The Guardian

Saturday, April 4


Ok, I have been wondering about the Age Old Question.

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

Before you submit comments, please consider the following....

1) How much wood needs to be chucked.
2) The strength of the woodchuck.
3) The working conditions of the woodchuck. (i.e. has he had a tea-break? are the weather conditions favourable? etc,.)
4) How exactly he would tackle the task. (i.e. a bird with no actual hands and could not easily operate a forklift)


  1. You should not attempt to answer these questions unless you have an A level in Advanced Maths. If you do not, the necessary calculations will be far too complicated for you.

  2. Then I shall write an equation directly relating to the woodchuck and it's work ratio. Watch this space, lady.

  3. Maybe you should ask that nice gentleman from Eastenders, Edwood Woodwoodchuck.

  4. I shall, and I'll let you know what he says ;-)