29 April 2017

Cartoon

There's going to be a General Election in Great Britain in June. Our esteemed leader, Theresa May, has used the expression "strong and stable leadership"  857 times in the past fortnight:-

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  1. Absolutely Brilliant !

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    1. I relish your lavish praise Mr Heron.

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  2. Hah! You are a man of many talents!

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    1. ...but I can't fix a car engine.

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  3. "Brexshit" made me laugh.

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    1. "Brexshit" is what Mrs May says when she's had too much dry sherry.

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  4. Great work, Mr Pudding, great work!

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    1. An endorsement from you is worth its weight in gold Rozzie.

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  5. That's great! (I wish someone would put Boris in a stable and close the door.)

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    1. You can't close the stable door after the horse has revolted... and he is rather revolting.

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  6. I wouldn't be surprised to see your cartoon appear in newspapers and on news websites soon - just hope they'll respect copyright and pay you handsomely :-)

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    1. They can put the money in a wheelbarrow - like Mrs May with her Brexshit!

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  7. I love this, made me smile.
    Briony
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  8. Your talents are wasted. Next stop Private Eye maybe?

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    1. I never fancied being a sleuth ADDY!

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  9. I just knew that, with your finally tuned sense of humor, your painting would evolve into brilliant statements about life. Well done, brother.

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    1. Thank you Donna... but I am not sure that it was a brilliant statement about life - more a bit of fun with the word "stable". Thanks for calling by again.

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  10. Good one YP - you could have a good future as a cartoonist !

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    1. Trouble is I am well past my "best before" date CG!

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  11. I love the expression on Boris's face!

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    1. Perhaps I should have put a thought bubble above his head -"Me! Me! Me! Me!"

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  12. Excellent! She certainly has some Brexshit to clean up, doesn't she? I like the smug Boris horse too...

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    1. Smug - yes that's a good way of summing up that pompous oaf.

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  13. Great work, YP, every such important political event craves a heavy part of satiric underlining. Goodness knows where it will all end, we seem to be having all kinds of exits right now. Boris smug face is quite enlightening, I agree.

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    1. Political cartoons can get right to the nub of things.

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