Nation agrees to refer to pigs in blankets as “Cameron delights”

The nation has unanimously agreed to rename British Christmas dinner favourite “pigs in blankets” to “Cameron delights” to honour our Prime Minister.

As families gather around their tables tomorrow, mums, grandmas and uncles will be asked to “pass the Cameron delights”. People will utter the words “these Cameron delights are fantastic, are they homemade?”.

Source: Nation agrees to refer to pigs in blankets as “Cameron delights” | bfnn

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7 thoughts on “Nation agrees to refer to pigs in blankets as “Cameron delights”

  1. Robert Fillies

    Merry Christmas to you Mike and Mrs Mike. Thank you for your most enlightening blog. Merry Christmas to all fellow vox political readers.

  2. beastrabban

    Does this mean that, symbolically, if we had them today we’d be eating the rich?
    And a very happy Christmas to you and all your readers.

  3. shaun

    Hi Mike
    my Xmas dinner, then checked my emails and the Cameron Delights blog reminded me that Mrs T forget to include/cook the Cameron delights with dinner. She reads your blog too, I wonder if it will also jog her memory?


    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Mrs T has passed on. No doubt, wherever she is now, her meals are extremely well-cooked – if not utterly charred.

    1. shaun

      Tim, personally I’ve no knowledge of what you’re alluding to, but I gather a lots of pigs agree with you:-)
      P.S. it was lucky I re-read this post before hitting the ‘Post Comment’ button as I had missed out the ‘no’ after the ‘I’ve’ and before ‘knowledge o’f, phew, that was too darn close!

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