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Earlier this week, Katy tagged me on a facebook post showing a pair of boobs covered in sprinkles and advocating not eating too much candy. They weren’t the nicest of boobs to begin with, but the glaring grammar mistake on the picture really ruined it for me. Still, I liked the concept, so I went spelunking in Google images. I think mine is better :)

Something for Granddad to look into. Maybe start a senior chapter – and it started in LESTA!!!!

Extreme ironing is an outdoor sport that combines the danger and excitement of an ‘extreme’ sport with the satisfaction of a well pressed shirt. It involves taking an iron and board to remote locations and ironing a few items of laundry. This can involve ironing on a mountainside, preferably on a difficult climb, or taking an iron skiing, scooting or canoeing.

Extreme ironing has been around for roughly 12 years now, it was an idea started in Leicester (UK) in 1997 that combines an exciting and dangerous experience with the dull and boring, and it certainly does that.

In June 1999, there was a worldwide recruitment campaign which involved America, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia and Southern Africa. This led to Extreme Ironing International which was when it was first recognised as a sport.

Now you’re wondering ‘What would I need to do to start this?’ Well, it’s quite simple really, all you need is an iron, a board and some clothes, then it is suggested that you start of in your back garden before going more extreme, like mountainsides, woods or public places. Remember, the more extreme you get, the more money you will have to spend on the equipment. So go out in your back garden and iron from your swings or shed roof…