The Great British Art of Understatement, part 53:
The world may have just ended in a nuclear war, but the important factor, the really key factor that we need to consider is will we have enough tea?
The latest must-watch reality TV show:
The Pope and Margaret Thatcher are on the same stage in front of a huge crowd.
The ex-PM and His Holiness, however, have seen it all before, so to make it a little more interesting, Maggie says to the Pope, “did you know that, with just one little wave of my hand, I can make every Conservative in the crowd go wild?”
He doubts it, so she shows him. Sure enough, the wave elicits rapture and cheering from every Conservative in the crowd. Gradually, the cheering subsides.
The Pope, not wanting to be out done by such a level of arrogance, considers what he could do. “That was impressive, but did you know that, with just one little wave of my hand, I can make every person in the crowd go crazy with joy? This joy will not be a momentary display, like that of your subjects, but will go deep into their hearts and they will forever speak of this day and rejoice.”
Thatcher seriously doubts this and says so. “One little wave of your hand and all people will rejoice forever? Show me.”
So the Pope punched her.
Possibly our only hope in the battle to free ourselves from the tyranny of Kitty Shark:
It’s the Rhi special, cos she’s so spesh:
All your Judas Priest covers come to life: