However, we have a theory about why it works, the way it does.
In the absence of any other plausible explanations, we have come to the conclusion that there is definitely something in the water.
What else can possibly explain the phenomena whereby well-meaning but misguided do-gooders amongst us, not only come up with and subsequently say silly things, but to then try and force those stupid ideas on us, by actually acting them out in public.
Sure, some of them may have forgot to take their medication, but that can't explain the sheer number of people who are not fully compos mentis.
Take the latest demented idea that has emerged courtesy of another loony liberal, no less than one Headmistress of a girls School, being a classic, generic example.
With girls being the operative word there.
For reasons best known only unto herself, apparently she has decided that from now on, she is no longer going to refer to the girls who attend her School, as, well... girls.
Now you and other normal people may well think, is a bit bizarre.
Which of course, it is.
We're told that from now on, she is only going to refer to the, err... girls, as 'pupils' or 'them'.
Apparently she fears upsetting the girls, by calling them girls; some claptrap about how the girls may not be happy about being 'identified', as girls
I'd have thought they would have been more worried about not being recognized as girls, in no small part due to the fact that they are girls.
Quite how that's going to work when someone asks the Headmistress what type of School it is, I don't know.
Anyway, since this Headmistress has highlighted this non-existent problem, we have also become paranoid about another non-existent problem.
Therefore, on her logic we have decided that we are no longer going to refer to our cat, as the cat.
We now fear that the cat may be offended by being identified, as, well a cat, because she might think she's a dog.
Subsequently, in order to be more inclusive to the needs of our cat, from now on we shall only refer to the cat, as 'it', or 'the thing with four legs'.
Hopefully that should prevent it from being offended and indeed, keep the thing with four legs, happy.
Mind you, I don't know what we're going to call the dog.