Among the arty bohemian circles, orienteering became an obsolete practice as it was considered too working class. Therefore a new form was arranged after several meetings held at Tate Modern which involved leading youngsters through the woods to a maze of phallic topiery where they were never seen again. What happened to them one can only imagine, as it occured during the Briggsy era of modern art where rabid dwarves roamed freely in woods and commons.
If you ever go orienteering and come across any fanny privet or helmet hedges, you know you've been tricked into briggsyenteering.. get out of there as fast as you can..
by Jack Jismouth August 01, 2009