I hereby pronounce myself The Gremlin Whisperer. After having studied these misunderstood creatures for a stupendous amount of time (well, about 3 weeks now), I can impart the following essential information:
Gremlins are very really seen. This is not because they are shy or afraid (quite the opposite, in fact). It is due to their astonishing speed. This speed rendered my camera completely useless but, through utter dedication to the cause, I managed to gather data from brief glimpses and have sketched my rendition of a police identification drawing.
- The Gremlins primary source of sustenance is Internet Connection Bandwidth. It has an insatiable appetite and feeds consistently throughout the day and night. Its metabolism appears to allow it to survive with little sleep, requiring only brief naps. Nap duration ranges between a few seconds to a maximum of 2 minutes.
- Although at a quick glance, it might appear that a Gremlin has fur, do not be fooled! Rather, they possess a covering of metallic-like spikes which grow in all directions. This allows the fur to attract bandwidth signal from any internet connection within its vicinity.
- A Gremlins tongue is covered with octopus like suckers. The tongue is used to suction the internet connection off the metallic fur spikes on which has been captured. I have spent many weeks maliciously hoping that it would at least hurt itself on the needle sharp spikes but to no avail. I have to deduce that the tongue is very leathery and immune to punctures.
- The Gremlins teeth are forked, assisting in the prevention of tongue injury. The forked teeth scrape the spikes, bringing internet connection towards their surface, allowing the tongues’ suckers to safely suction it in.
The Gremlins generally vicious nature renders it extremely difficult to train. I do believe, however, that it can be achieved and am in the process of performing this daunting task.
There is not, unfortunately, a “quick fix” method and I fear that it may still be some time before I have connectivity reliable enough to allow me to perform more than a simple “like” on anyone’s blog, or to reply to any comments which I have received. All comments and replies I attempt, get instantly sucked into the Gremlins fur and consumed with utter delight. A delighted Gremlin is a very scary sight!
This post is, once again, composed in Word, with the hope that I can do a quick “copy and paste” during a ritual nap. It remains to be seen.
I, therefore, request the patience of my blogging friends as my apparent rudeness continues. Once training is complete, a massive “catch up” exercise shall begin and all shall be rectified.
A detailed step by step Gremlin Training Guide will follow in the next post.
Wishing you all a fabulous and Gremlin Free weekend!