Despite worries that roofs, high-sided vehicles, and caravans, are at risk of getting taken aside by the strong arm of the weather, it was learned today that children in caravan parks up and down the country have continued to use social networking to spread the puerile game of F5, named after the tornado force scale.
This competitive game requires two or more children to sit in wait in a caravan toilet, preferably with the window ajar, and upon hearing someone passing by, they take their turn to lick a bicep and blow the loudest wettest fart noise they can, and listen for the response, to calculate their points:
One for a cough, two for a suppressed giggle, three for a relaxed laugh, four for an embarrassingly loud laugh, and the max five for an out of control howler.
The game shows no sign of abating, so can be expected to be heard on the air well through the summer months when passers-by will be more frequent, whether that’s splashing past in wellingtons or kayaks.
One mother admitted “I know it is an inconvenience having the kids hogging the bog when you’re bursting, and they’re right in the middle of a round, but at least it keeps them off the shoot-em ups.”
However, this game does not tickle everyone’s funny bone. One woman said “It’s quite disgusting, and it’s childish. Such behaviour was never tolerated in my days. I can’t imagine what they believe their parents must think.”
12 year old Ben was posed that very question, and replied “My mum says I get much better scores than her.”