Saturday, 16 June 2012

Update on internet cookie law.

As many of you may know, the internet is made up of four things; bright colours, pieces of text, people who swear at you for no reason and pornography. As of last month, the internet had a fifth thing added, cookies. Cookies are small electric biscuits that fit into your hard disk, and are made of RAM. They basically tell other sites you visit what things you've been looking at, and how many times you've typed 'Carol Vorderman upskirt' into Google. The law was recently changed, meaning we have to let you know how to disable these biscuits made of electricity. For a bunch of people like us, who struggle to understand how a toaster works, this may take some time. But please rest assured, as soon as we find the relevant text that we can rip off from another websites 'legal' page, we will try and do it. Keep it real.

1 comment:

  1. Dropping science as always bro ! Good job you're here to explain these things to me !

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