Official general election day thread


#3525

No wonder they embargoed all the NHS review stuff until after the election:


#3526

can’t wait for the government response to this, “no one lives in central london any more, we’re not sure why tho”


#3527

If last week didn’t do for May, today will have done. I’m downgrading my estimate from “by the end of the year” to “gone within a month”.


#3528

aye


#3529

insane cameo at the end.


#3530

@DarwinBabe your hero


#3531

science has gone too far


#3532

? that’s real!


#3533

I pre-emptively liked this thinking it would be good, but is painfully unfunny


#3534

it’s just one of the most surreal concepts. like… how did this come about? and who went “you know who we should ask to be in it at the end?”


#3535

reckon it was kristian guru murthy’s brain child I reckon, bullied the others into it with his content belligerence


#3536

A hahaha hahaha.

Bunch of anchors!

And when Dermot said Bacon Sandwiches.

Ahahahahahaha


#3537

#3539

Has this been posted here? Because it’s fucking hilarious


#3540

#3541

Remember how during the Brexit referendum Theresa May was a Remainer but was thought to be canny because she hid during the campaign? So canny that the Tories subsequently made her Leader.

She wasn’t being tactical. She knows that she is poisonous on contact with humanity. Genuinely can’t work out why/how she’s an MP.


#3542

She started reading Thatcher’s autobiography and liked what she discovered. The former prime minister’s emphasis on thrift reminded Megan of the values she had been brought up with.

"Coming from a working-class background we were taught very early on that money does not grow on trees and you need to really watch your bank account and you need to keep an eye on your budgets.”

ugh.


#3543

:smiley:


#3544

no harm to him but he’s not very bright


#3545

it’s pretty terrible but I’m starting to really hate anyone who doesn’t vote for labour.

How do I work through this properly :frowning: