Asian "E-waste mountains" will soon be higher than Everest: Climbers can't wait!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 22 February 2010

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Helicopter measuring the heights of E-Mountains in Nepal, Everest soon to be surpassed!

Himalayan peak, Everest, is about to lose it's record of being the highest mountain in the world and Everest climbers are turning their attentions to the latest challenges, E-Mountains!

Growing rapidly in India, China and other Asian countries the E-Mountains are becoming so high base camps and mountain lodges are being built for enthusiastic climbers wanting to become the first to conquer the latest peaks.

As soon as one of the E-mountains surpasses Everest, Sir Edmund Hilary's grandson, Hilary, will be the first to be allowed to conquer the towering peak wearing a gas-mask (computer/electronic rubbish tends to pong and give off slightly dangerous gases).

A Himalayan spokesman gave the following, moving statement:

"We Himalayans will be sad to see Everest lose its crown, but it's a sign of the times and as long as the mountains of E-rubbish pile up on our doorstep why not use them positively!"

A Yeti in snow boots was last seen climbing a ginormous E-mountain wearing a radio-active protection suit and a BIOHAZARD sticker, he was photographed by an amazed Sherpa wearing nothing but a loin cloth and carrying even more E-crap!

The Sherpa claimed the Yeti looked rather like Sean Connery in drag shooting an advert for French bank cronies, Credit Agricole who want to save the world with "Green Banking".

The Sherpa was arrested and certified with "high-mountain madness"!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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