(Is that a philsosophical question?)
I have just had to re-type this entire thing. I hope I can remember
It came to pass a long, long time ago, that the peoples of earth were becoming rude and inconsiderate and a bit too big for their boots. So the Lord in his infinte mercy prepared once again to smite them with terrible flooding and disease.
Then an angel came unto him and tried to explain the concepts of "preportional punishment" and prison sentances. And the Lord didst decree "Its worth a try I suppose. Bloody stupid idea though, if you ask me."
And so the Lord did speaketh to his people "Thou hast been very, very naughty, and for the next... say thousand years, yea shall only eat yea bread and yea water. And are not allowed to leave the confines of your planet"
And so the people cried unto the Lord "Lord, we know of this water, which your almighty divinityness was so kind as to consume our world with, and we have no wish to leave our planet, perfect as you have made it, but what is this bread of whch you speaketh"
And the Lord said "Damn. I hadn't thoughtust that far ahead. Well, its like this see. Take a bunch of, well, planty things, and crush them with yeast and water, oh yea, and cook gently, and there yea shall have bread!"
And there was much rejoicing over the new but rather dull foodstuff, and God was heard to remark "rather good idea of mine, that, wasn't it?"
Bread grew and prospered, and formed the basis of all modern religions- just look to the communion waffers. of all these religions, only the bread is the true path.
Bread was able to survive the brutal overthrow of rome by torteas, and the pancake takeover of Turkey, and even the Ertzats bread imposed by Germany during tthe world wars, and is still present even today...
And that, children, is where those annoying Warbeton's adverts come from
Which came first, the chicken or the rooster?
It is said that your life flashes before your eyes just before you die. That is true, it's called Life.