Joined Aug 15 2010
36 years old
Under The Bridge
The abolishment of black slavery, women’s right to vote, loser kids being picked for sporting teams… as we look back upon our rich and illustrious history we can see that defining moments within our society have been as a result of barriers being crossed… of walls being brokend own. No other wall breaking experience has touched us more than thebreaking of the uterine wall that delivered us the in surmountable beauty and grace that is Jesswa
It was a cloudy day inthe middle of October when the infant child, Jesswa, was brought intothis world. The wind was bellowing through the trees, lights were flickering on and off across the countryside, a man, all alone in his dark and dingy apartment treating himself to a spot of tea and a generous helping of scrumpets (probably with honey). There was nothing remarkable about the day, or the child in particular… at least, that’s what everyone thought.
It was only little things at first,things that, on their own could easily be dismissed, however as these unexplainable incidences became more frequent and overt, it was undeniable that this Jessica was no regular child at all. It began with advanced motor skills and vocabulary and culminated in enviable diamond cutting and origami skills, the likes of which you have never seen. Infact, it was fabled that during the 19th century, Jesswa lead an abandonment of orphans to their salvation by folding a sturdy boat out of an A4 sheet of sub par recycled office paper.
Nevertheless,tales of this Jessica have travelled across all continents and transcended every culture. Though photos of this miracle child are few and far between, it is rumoured that she lives amongst the sycamore trees in the highlands of Colorado. Footage of Jessica has surfaced over the past couple of years however, experts have discredited these tapes, having concluded that what was first believed to be Jessica was in fact just a handful of macadamia nuts glued together and tethered to a stick.
Proof of the existence of Jesswa fetches a highprice – season one of Family Matters on DVD and a two for one voucher redeemable at any La Porchetta (not valid on weekends or publicholidays). For more information contact Ruth on 1800-JESSICA-LIVES(1800-8364-54837)