As many of you have discovered, I ask this question a lot. So an idea sprung to mind, ask ordinary people - people below the HUKD VIP barrier. The people that walk the streets we would never dare walk. The people that are the reason for the question 'Can someone not know the meaning of melancholic and be melancholic?' The people that don't have cutlery.
My tour began in a small town called Doncaster, where I met a group of teenagers whilst they were fulfilling their meaning of life - much enjoyment was had by all. I spoke to them inbetween squeals and burps. They explained in an in-depth conversation which lasted less than five minutes - when asked that profound question 'What is the meaning of life?' - they distracted me and stole my wallet. I later found a more intoxicated group who told me, in a voice similar to Gordon Brown's, "The meaning of life is quite simple, it is a matter of binge drinking and increasing the rate of teenage pregnancies. It is stressful, preparing for my GCSEs whilst thinking of my unborn child, destined to be named Aubergine. But if anything happens, today's society has made it possible to repeat either." The same question was asked to another girl, the answer was similar but referred to her SATS instead.
Which led to a wonderful conclusion to a completely random and unnecessary thread. Next up! JDeal'll fix it - A show where JDeal will fix anything that is incredibly simple, where the viewer recieves a rep* comment engraved with the words 'JDeal fixed it for me'.
*Rep begging, borrowing and stealing are all considered offences against god.