Circuit boards have made a breathtaking return to technology, Nokia has confirmed.
'I really like Circuit boards. They've made me the person I am today. Rich and successful. I really like them because they look so cool. So I hang them on the walls in my expensive mansion,' said Risto Siilasmaa, Chairman and CEO of Nokia.
'They didn't go anywhere. But now they have returned. Circuit boards really are an enigma...' explained Dick Smith, founder of Dick Smith Electronics. 'And you can buy them directly from my stores!'
Ageing music superstar Elton John was thrilled with the news. He said: 'I'm glad circuit boards exist because I have a serious heart condition and need a Pacemaker.'
Elton is rumoured to be penning yet another re-write of "Candle in the Wind" aka "Goodbye Norma Jeane" in readiness for his own funeral. The track, which will allegedly be titled "See Ya, Reg Dwight", is being tipped by bookmakers to be the biggest flop in musical history.