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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Inevitable "Brexit Boat" joke

Nigel Farage and other Brexiters took a boat along the Thames today to dump dead haddock in the Thames outside the Houses of Parliament. to protest about the Government's latest cave-in to the EU.

"They're cold blooded, useless, slimy,  smell of fish, and they're the symbol of all that is wrong with the Brexit process"

said the dead haddock.



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2 comments :

  1. This is symbolic of all that is right in our democracy. Which politician was it that was described something like "Shaking hands with a Dead Fish", I'm convinced that it was a Tory, because Borish so resembles one.

    And I note that Mr Farage didn't have a Pint Glass and Cigarette in his hand, I suspect he was on a No-Smoking Haddock boat.

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    1. I see what you did there, confusing a Kipper with a Smoked Haddock instead of a Smoked Herring. They should have used herring.

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