Let’s play the Theresa May ‘general election’ drinking game!

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This will be a hit with alcoholics everywhere. The rest of us can enjoy it with softer drinks too!

Many of you will have noticed that Theresa May’s speeches – when she can be bothered to turn up and make one – are peppered when the same two words, repeated over and over again: “Strong” and “stable”.

She’s trying to brainwash us!

She seems to think the British people are so easily-led that all she has to do is tell us her government has these qualities and we’ll believe her.

How mad is that? Perhaps she should see a psychiatrist.

Until Mrs May does seek medical help, we’re stuck with this never-ending mantra – possibly right up to June 8.

So let’s, for all our sakes, have a bit of fun with it.

From now on, whenever you’re watching or listening to the news, or political reporting of any kind on the TV or radio – equip yourself with your tipple of choice.

Whenever Mrs May says either “strong” or “stable” (or both together), you shout “Weak and wobbly!” Then you take a very stiff drink.

For those of you playing with alcoholic beverages: If you aren’t wobbly by the time her speech ends, the broadcaster must have edited it.

If you’re playing with non-alcoholic drinks: If you aren’t in danger of a lavatorial accident by the time her speech ends, the broadcaster must have edited it.

This is how we defeat the Tory brainwashers; not with argument – but with ridicule.

Alternatively, here’s another way of blocking out the brainwashing techniques:

Wear earplugs!

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16 thoughts on “Let’s play the Theresa May ‘general election’ drinking game!

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      “Weak and WOBBLY.”
      You’re right about the economy but the debt is now in trillions.

      1. katythenightowl

        I read it was somewhere about the 1.7 Trillion mark now – and that the tories have managed to spend more in this present term, than labour has ever done in all it’s terms!
        So much for austerity making things better – although I guess it’s better for all the tory’s bank balances at least! 🙁

      2. Zippi

        That depends on which scale you use but point taken. ‘Tis bad, whichever way you look at it.

      1. Martin Odoni

        I’m sorry, you are quite correct. And give her credit, she practices what she preaches; everything she says stinks VERY strongly like horse manure.

  1. Barry Davies

    At least Stong and stable are not so horrendously damaging to one part of society like camerons incessant ” for hardworking people” which has damaged peoples vision of the disabled incapacitated sick and unemployed beyond repair.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Certainly. But it is a complete and utter lie. The Tories aren’t strong and they definitely aren’t stable!

  2. Zippi

    “Strong and stable government.” Did she not steal that from Call-Me-Dave, or is it just the Tory mantra? We’ve heard it all before and too often and it means nothing! Aye, “Coalition of chaos” is another expression doing the rounds. When will politicians start actually speaking an language that we, the people whom they are supposed to represent, understand… like English?

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