Friday, 8 June 2007

The Koo Wee Rup Knitting Circle

A recent meeting showing just one of the popular activities available at the KWRKC.

Dear Miss Sprunb:

Thankyou for your enquiry regarding membership in the Koo Wee Rup Knitting Circle and the various activities we have available.

Unfortunately, we must inform you that you may have confused the art of traditional English Morris Dancing, with your hopes of engaging in as you stated quite clearly in your recent letter, Chuck Norris Dancing. Mr Norris, while I’m sure a fine village dancer in his own right, has not up to this point in time availed himself to perform at our organization.

I have also spoken to our Secretary Mr Bernard Sgreebly regards your further enquiry. He has assured me that after a very extensive and thorough investigation of our records, that we have never held nor plan to in the foreseeable future, either the traditional or the more New Age styles of Rice Pudding Invocations, as it is a policy of the KWRKC to support neither the occult nor macramé.

Please fill out the accompanying Membership Form provided, written on the side of an Idaho potato for your convenience.

Yours sincerely: Madge Williams, President KWRKC.

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