The Weekly Woomy

Issue 4 - Time's Flying

Ink-redibly Important Update

As most of you have probably already noticed, The Weekly Woomy is being hosted on Smore. Have you noticed that the creator's name is Phazon instead of Bianca? That's ok, the actual owner is still the same.

Because using Smore for free means only being able to make a limited amount of flyers (Or newsletters, or pretty much anything you want on it), another account had to be created to get this issue of the newsletter out.

This means that The Weekly Woomy will soon no longer be on Smore. This also means that the newsletter will have to be held somewhere else, and it has been decided that either Microsoft Word or Google Docs will be used to create the newsletter instead.

The advantages of Microsoft Word over Google Docs is that it's easier to use and, once downloaded, will not require any particular browser, or rather, the internet to view it. But hello from the other side (I had to make that reference), because Google Docs can be accessed on all platforms, will have easier access to things such as links to websites, YouTube videos and files as Google Drive can open most files and it can host polls too.

Which one would you prefer to use to view this newsletter? Let us know on the 5G OC Chat Space page on Google Classroom.


I apologise that I couldn't come up with a better title, but, here it is. 217. This number is beyond a normal number. This number has been proven to increase the likelihood of losing something, getting lost or accidentally damaging something, particularly if the number is a room number.

The first witnesses of this mysterious happening were even given a certificate with plenty of sarcasm to commemorate this strange event. Maiee Hanna, one of the people during the first incident claimed to have lost her way on the way back to her cabin last year. It was a dark night with precipitation being the weather. Her roommates had lost their key, and many were confused as to this event.

However, that is not all. Derek Song, another witness, commonly known as Dezza, had recently come back from his holiday in Thailand. His room number was 217. He claimed that his mother lost the room keys and that their room number was the infamous number 217.

Based on this evidence, when going to a hotel, motel or anything that you get a number with, you should try to avoid getting number 217.

Funny thing is, if you put a 0 after the 2, you get 2017. Hopefully that year won't be mysterious.

How to Cook Stuff - Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Nachos!

This series was requested by Chris, so here it is.

Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Nachos Recipe


175g Packet of MLG Doritos (Plain Salted)

1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil

Selsa (Refer to Selsa recipe at end)

410g of Your Choice of Canned/Contained Tomato & Paste

420g (Snoop Dawg) Can of Red Kidney Beans (Rinsed and Drained)

1/2 Cup of Your Choice of CHEEEEESE! (For best results, use Bryn's favourite cheese)


Sour Cream

I can't believe I'm saying this, but... 2 Medium Tomatoes.

500g of Beef Mince


Step 1: Preheat your oven to 180/160C fan-forced.

Step 2: Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat, because the oil wants a fireplace, but the frying pan's better.

Step 3: Cook the mince, stirring it so it's not lumpy for 8-10 minutes or until it gets a really good tan.

Step 4: Add the canned/contained tomato and paste because they wanna join in on the fun too. The red kidney beans wanna have a nice tan too, so let them join the party. Turn down the heat to low and stir them as they cook for 5 minutes.

Step 5: Remove everything you put onto the pan from the heat. The party's over.

Step 6: Arrange your MLG Doritos on an ovenproof dish (preferably 6cm deep, 10 cup capacity) to make the dankness come alive.


Step 8: Bake the MLG Doritos and CHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESE for 20 minutes or until the CHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESE has melted.

Step 9: Wear your mittens, kittens, because you need to take the dish straight outta' Oven-Land.

Step 10: Put on the guacamole, the sour cream, the tomatoes, the mince and the Selsa.

Step 11: Eat it. Or serve it. Your choice.

Selsa Recipe



Elsa's Face (Printed out on paper)


Step 1: Take the salsa out of the container and into a bowl.

Step 2: Put Elsa's face on it.

Eraser Wars

When you read a newspaper, do you often go straight to the comic strip section? Well high-five to you, because a comic strip series is coming to The Weekly Woomy! And as the title suggests, its name is Eraser Wars.

When you see erasers, they're not all shaped like plain, boring white bars. Some are shaped like burgers, others are shaped like lollipops, and and then there's - Ooh! A kitty! Oh, it's just an eraser. Mmm, it smells like strawberries!

This comic strip series will be planning to arrive to the newsletter. And as a little spoiler to what the first comic strip will be about, it's a joke related to something from 2015.

The characters are, us! No, really! You'll be starring in the series, because you're a special snowflake just like everyone else at 6G. Aww, I miss calling us 5G. Anyway, expect some cameos to be made from video games, TV shows, movies, real life, and everything else. And you should also expect this person. Try to guess who it is!

Big image
Anyway, if you wanna suggest any comic strip jokes, ideas or characters, let me and everyone else know at the 5G OC Chat Space page on Google Classroom.

Orange-Blooded Koala Discovery

A tourist sighting in Australia has led to a mind-blowing discovery of a biological life form. The Phascolarctos Choceos, or simply known by locals as the Caramello Koala.

The Caramello Koala is a brown marsupial similar of that to the koala, but with orange blood and brown fur that is sensitive to heat. Because of this, the Caramello Koala is best known to hide in caves near eucalyptus trees, or in your local grocery store because of the air conditioning.

It is known to sleep in blankets of plastic with an image of a red variation of its species that wears clothes. This koala is considered a delicacy to many humans, but, mysteriously, it is not endangered. It has plenty of habitats and there are very large numbers of them.

Could this be a work of the Cadburylluminati?

Big image

Champion of hide-and-seek suspected to be seen

A man in a striped red and white hat and top, often known as 'Wally' was been claimed to be found at an unknown beach. The hide-and-seek champion may end the path if more evidence arrives. The surprise and joy that the tricking man has been found has been spread to people worldwide. We can only hope to see more information soon.