Here at the Bunnington Post Carrot Appreciation Day 2012 was off to a strong start at 7am with the traditional carrot processing competition.
It is an event the Newsroom spend every day training for throughout the entire year. A gruelling training schedule worthly of an Olympic athlete ensures all contestants meet the strict entry requirements of the competition:
- A processing time of less than 1 minute per inch
- less than 3g wastage per inch
- a minimum cuteness level of 9.75 throughout.
The Bunnington Post Carrot Appreciation Day 2012 Competition winners are:
In third place: Delores, with a processing time of 43 seconds per inch, zero waste and an average cuteness level of 10.48
In second place: Haas and Katrijn, with an average processing time of 41 seconds per inch, zero waste and an average cuteness level of 11.98
And the undisputed winner of the Bunnington Post Carrot Processing Competition, Carrot Appreciation Day 2012 is:
Bouffe with an astonishing average processing time of 13 seconds per inch, zero waste and an average cuteness level of 11.98.
And well done to Bouffe, whose clever zero-waste tactic included licking the floor clean afterwards.
Haas pondering what the carrot reminds him of
Does this carrot meet competition regulations or not?
Participant independent measurements were taken throughout the competition to counteract allegations of cheating.