Team GB Inspired by Team GG Memory?

On Friday I blogged that Team GB seemed to be missing the friendly rivalry of Team GG, which was disbanded because of persecution by those who can’t process parody comedy… or accept it anyway… even when it’s positive for their demographic… such as athletes winning medals! Then on Saturday, it was another golden night for Team GB.

It was reminiscent of the G derby Glory days. I saw last night on Codes and Conspiracies that G is an important symbol for Freemasons. I’m not in that secret society, so it’s an alphabetical coincidence rather than one of the other Cs.

Saturday Night Deja Vu

I, the greenYgrey, am still in space by the way, but I hitched a lift on one of the Pleiades meteors on Saturday night, and was delighted to see clear skies over Blighty and its close relatives, looking something like this greenYgrey land scene I saw on MSN:

Slide 4 of 21: Nope, not the real United Kingdom.

In 2012 there was a golden night for Team GB with Ennis, Rutherford and Farah winning gold medals, and it turned out to be another magical night in 2017; except this time it was to a POP (PinkyOrangePurple) décor, mirroring the change in the greenYgrey world; I’m not a part of any conspiracy there either, and they copied me if anything, but I don’t know if they are a-were of me!

G Derby Memory

The night on the track started off with what would have been Team GG on top, as Pearson won the women’s 100 metres hurdles wearing the green and gold of Oz, where Grey solo travelled for the second of the greenYgrey rambles trilogy. Then Edris of Ethiopia took gold from Team GB’s Farah in the men’s 5000 metres wearing green and yellow.

Then in the 4×100 metres women’s race, Team U.S.A. took gold before Team GB and former stars of Team GG, Jamaica; who didn’t seem the same without Team GG!

The same had been true for Team GB, but in the men’s 4×100 metres they produced a scintillating display of speed and style to take gold in the third fastest time ever.

That unfortunately meant that Hero the Hedgehog was knocked out of the Team GB medals, but I know it’s PinkyOrangePurple and philosophical enough to bounce back!

Oops, I must have been inspired by Hero there, because I forgot my books! Fans of Hero will probably like my books, if they are old and intelligent (comedy intelligence) enough to understand the humour; as I’m not trained in some fields enough to understand books, such as some sciences or occupations:

Available to buy or borrow on Amazon and some great big bookshops.

You Are The Boss of Your Own Happiness: 50 Ways to Change Your Life Today by Theo Kay. $3.99 from


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