Thousands of star-gazers in Wales will be looking to the heavens tonight to see the Lyrid Haemorrhoid Shower.
Thousands of haemorrhoids will be shooting across the night sky at a rate of up to 10,000 an hour.
Star-gazer Don DullArse told WalesOnCraic:
“I’ve been waiting to see these haemorrhoids all year. It’s possibly the best display of haemorrhoids you’ll see all year and with clear skies, it looks like we’re in for a real treat.”
The Lyrid Haemorrhoid Shower occurs every year in the northern hemisphere when thousands of haemorrhoids fly through space on their way to Mars. Weather forecasters have told WalesOnCraic that tonight’s weather conditions should be good to view the speactacle.
Derek the Weathersheep said:
“Yeah, whatever. I’m off out to the field with a few bevvies to see these bastards. I missed them last year because I was too engrossed in the Masterchef final.”