Communicator (communicator) wrote,

ooh you are awful - but I like you

There was a discussion on Radio 5 this morning about using comedy catch phrases as political slogans. For example 'Britain - It's good but it's not right' or a picture of your enemy (whoever that might be) with the caption 'Stupid Boy'. You can see it can't you, admit it.

How about a sticker saying 'What do you think of it so far? Rubbish!' or 'I don't believe it!' that you could put on your enemy's posters and manifesto.

Got any more? I posted a list of catch-phrases here recently
- so many of them are strangely appropriate. 'I have a cunning plan...'

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