Sunday, May 10, 2009

And The Survey Says

In a week when Labour's deputy leader Harriet Harman said she never wants to be leader, - well quite frankly who would actually want the job? - China tells officials to smoke more cigarettes, and Adidas profits fall by 96%, there are some interesting facts produced by surveys.

These are genuine - honest;

Apparently the results of one survey conclude that food and fuel cost more in motorway service stations than in supermarkets.

A second survey revealed the fact that since the opening of the new Severn Bridge, there has been less traffic using the old bridge.

Also if people work at home, there will be less traffic on the roads.

And the Survey Says:
In response to viewing these amazing statistics, I have carried out my own survey of surveys and found that 95% of surveys state the bleeding obvious.

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