Reg and the Random OMS Experience
Hello My Dearest Caramel Drizzled Pumpkin Feet!
May I take this opportunity to introduce myself to those who may not have ventured near, or heard of, the country of Randomland and may not have come across the obscure goings-on we Randomites engage in every day.
My name is Reg (Random Excitement Generator) and I work for the Department of Randomly Distributed Unusual Gifts, where I and my colleagues co-ordinate various prize draws for human peoples.
We operate from a large cave in the foggy mountain area of the far western desert of Randomland, using our steam-driven ‘Super Collaboration Computer’ to generate random winners of the most amazing (and sometimes unusual), prize gifts for the lovely staff at Orchard Manor School.
The prizes that our team of negotiators secure are indeed legendary. They scour the long-distance sacred trade routes first trodden by one of Randomland’s ancestors: Edmond Iron Jelly Pencil Nose, for the gifts that humans crave.
Every week we receive a coded communication relaying the names of all the current staff working at Orchard Manor. This information is fed into our Super Computer, which randomly generates five lucky winners each week, each of which receives a most wonderful surprise item.
We are sometimes instructed to add select information pertaining to events or occurrences within the Randomland population, or descriptions of the composition of our gifts, to further our unique standing within the nations of the world.
The directive, from our President Cyrus Shoehorn the Third, is to attempt to provide joy and humour to human people and to bequest gifts for their enjoyment. Any sadness or un-joy is not intended and totally accidental and therefore we hope our communications are received in the manner they are intended.
Please contribute to this most modern chatty forum if you so desire as we hope ideas and feedback will improve our random activities – thank you.
Sent with much fondness and snugly cuddles
- 30/10/23We hope you have had a splendid week in the learning drenched oasis of enormous wholesomeness. Apologies from the Randomland crew this week, for the delay in sending our carrier pigeon transported communication, but we have been on a jolly nice excursion to our capital city ‘Randon...Read Full Story