Road Closed Until The Summer Due To Severe Flooding

The Ministry of Morale has had to close the road featured in the image owing to some severe flooding. 

Some citizens have accused us of overreacting, but as you can see from the image, there is a lot of surface water in the middle of the road. 

We expect that the road will remain closed until the summer when the sun will be hot enough to evaporate the water in the big puddle. 

Until then, local citizens are being advised to find alternative routes to their destination and anyone driving a vehicle other than an elite 4×4 is being instructed to stay away from the affected area. 

Our road teams are also en-route to the area and will set up some temporary traffic lights to annoy citizens and to make it look as if something is being done about the issue. 

You might notice our contractors sat in their vehicles on their phones as traffic starts to build up in the area. 

You might think that they are being paid by the Ministry to sit there (on their phones), but in reality, they are checking local weather forecasts to make sure that more cones won’t be needed. 

You might also see their feet up on their dashboards and think that they are just being paid to relax. 

In reality, they are just worried about getting their feet wet, which is why they are trying to keep their feet as high as possible. 

Talking about the situation, our Chief Morale Officer said:

“We know that this road closure is going to cause no-end of stress to residents. 

“But as the puddle is at least 4 mm deep, it is essential that we shut the road off until the water level goes down. 

“Rest assured, that our contractors who get paid to put some cones out before sitting in their vehicles, will be monitoring the situation closely and will be ready to put more cones out, should the need arise. 

“It is vital that they keep their feet dry, which is why you might see them with their feet on the dashboards of their expensive brand-new vehicles which have been paid for via the lucrative contracts which they hold with the Ministry.”

If you are interested in finding out about more incidents which have affected the morale of motorists, then we have a dedicated section on our website HERE

Have you experienced a morale failure?

If ‘yes’, then you are encouraged to send us a light-hearted video detailing what happened and how the morale failure has affected your well-being.

These videos will then be shared with your fellow citizens (via our facebook page) who will then offer you advice on how to best overcome the morale failure.

Videos should be sent to the Ministry via our Facebook page. or can be submitted in our ‘morale group’ on Facebook which you can join by clicking HERE 

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