Cast Out the Pesky The Weekly: Maintaining Britain's Standards
BLOOD TYPE
AB Stagnant

Simple

Carbonated

Southern Poof Negative

Rosé

Bad
Sports Weekly
Greetings to you, sports fans. It's beautiful weather out here - a perfect day for a great day of sport.
Approaching the line
Kennedy's head and Mrs Kennedy appear relaxed as they approach the line - heh, bit of a cheeky smile there from Kennedy's head for the fans - but there have to be butterflies, even for these world-class athletes. Literally months of training have gone into preparing them for the next 5.6 seconds. It's thrilling, but it has to be a little daunting at the same time, wouldn't you say, Bob?

Yes.

Thanks, Bob.
Exercises
They're limbering up... the atmosphere here is crackling with excitement. We've been waiting a long time for these two giants of sport to meet again, ever since that clash in... Just a moment, I think they're ready to start... Yes!
And they're off!
There's the signal. And they're off!
A brilliant start
And it's a brilliant start from Kennedy's head! Kennedy's head's gone into a commanding lead! Mrs Kennedy's literally been left at the line!
Catching up
And now she moves! And now Mrs Kennedy's moving! Look at her go! She's not letting Kennedy's head get away with it that easily, Bob!

No.

And with the race well under way, we go over to Wal live at the climax of the hot air balloon handicap, but rest assured we'll be back the moment anything happens.
Balloon race
Thanks, Jim.
THINGS TO DO WITH YOUR FACE WHILE A LARGE CROWD OF PEOPLE IS SINGING HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU
Avert face smartly

Arrange face into expression of pleasure

Hurl face at nearest singing person then escape in confusion

Use face to sing as well, moving to look at door expectantly

Quickly draw face on napkin to capture moment forever
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