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Gov Orders Children to Have Happy Thoughts

Pupils taught how to be happy - Times Online

The weather is grim, the economy is in a mess, but ministers believe that they can restore the feelgood factor – by teaching children how to look on the bright side of life.

The government is backing a new project designed to “immunise” youngsters from getting the blues by educating them in the art of happiness at a young age.

Among the ministers who are backing the project are Ed Balls, Ed Miliband and James Purnell, who will give the keynote speech at the Conference on Wellbeing.

The only way those three on a platforn could make me happy was if there were three lengths of rope, a lever and a trap door also involved...

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The advert below this post shows a very happy Abdul...how nice.

Comrade: come with me. Failing to look happy when in sight of an official EU bin warden is a serious offence!

And no little clip of Monty Python. My my you are slipping!

The only way those three on a platform could make me happy was if there were three lengths of rope, a lever and a trap door also involved...

Good idea, but far to quick, something slow and painful would be better

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