Wow, things are looking bleak for poor old Blighty. Energy prices through the roof, bins not being emptied, food shortages, petrol shortages, staff shortages, [insert just about everything] shortages.
Unsurprisingly when you tell people not to panic-buy they automatically go out and panic buy. Personally, I have taken matters into my own hands and I have 1000 litres of petrol stored in old plastic milk jugs in the shed. They are next to the pile of illegal fireworks I picked up for Halloween. What could possibly go wrong? *
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) September 24, 2021
The Daily Mail's definitely beginning to turn against the Tories… pic.twitter.com/HAWOYkWhKG
— Edwin Hayward 🦄 🗡 (@uk_domain_names) September 23, 2021
You would almost feel sorry for poor old Boris who has stumbled from one disaster to another practically every day of his premiership. Except of course a lot of his problems are of his own making. Still, we have had the plague and death, there is always famine and pestilence to look forward to.
It is not easy being red, white and blue. And it is defiantly not easy being green.
'When Kermit the Frog sang It's not easy being green…I want you to know that he was wrong…it's not only easy, it's lucrative and it's right to be green.'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson invokes Kermit the Frog during his address to the United Nations. pic.twitter.com/1No3oXXo8E
— GB News (@GBNEWS) September 23, 2021
* In case my neighbours are reading this, I am joking.
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