Dear Colonel Sixty-Biff,
I refer to your recent letter to the Daily Telegraph.
I have got a plan to help you to get rid of all the trendy left-wing sociologists in your letter. I have thought the plan up myself but am doing it on Uncle Mark's typewriter. About three miles from our house there is a bit where the road comes down to the river and it comes to a dead end. If you say you are having a protest march all the trendy sociologists will want to come with you, and when you get to the river you can stand to one side and they will all walk over the edge.
Sonia Bingham (age 9)
The above composition made its first public appearance in UCAS 12: Upper Class Action Sussex bulletin 12, a spoof broadside that I distributed, with the help of the accomplice who typed it, in the refectory at Sussex University on 1 April 1981. I may blog other UCAS passages if the mood takes me.
I met the accomplice again in April 2012, at her father's funeral. She had no recollection of the escapade!