Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Oh Not Again

Yes, I'm afraid so, I'm back on electioneering and politics. I have a new policy to announce - but  please don't worry: I promise it won't take long.

The inspiration for this, my latest, and possibly my best, policy was a tweet I saw yesterday which made the suggestion that there should be a tax on misplaced apostrophes. Unfortunately, I've since lost the tweet so I can't credit the genius behind it, but never mind; the important thing is that, as soon as I read it, I thought, 'Yes, that's brilliant. It could spell the end of the deficit, the end of all Australia's problems.' And then I thought, 'What about a super tax on exclamation marks! Yay!'

So that's it. I've finished now. It wasn't too bad, was it? Just another sensible policy from the ZMKC party. Vote for me on September 14/August 24/fill in date at your leisure. I promise I will change only those things you really hate and cause you as little aggravation as I possibly can.


  1. Excellent idea!!!! Th'at's' ju'st what we need in 'Blight'y too sort out are problem's' too. Geniu's!!! Sort'd

    1. There'll be a letter for you from Her Majesty's Revenue Service in the post this afternoon.

  2. Replies
    1. Do you want your bill in dollars or Euro?

    2. What does it matter as long as I have a reason to say, "Huzzah"?

    3. Let your hair down. You can possibly get a bulk price if you use enough of the things.

    4. Oh not again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (This feels shockingly vulgar)

    5. [holding hat brim; staring at feet] Sorry.

    6. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!