An internationally renowned internet website which allows users to upload video content, which can't be named for legal reasons has come under fire after advertising on line Q&A's with PM David Cameron.
"It's an outright bloody con," silver surfer Vlad Impala of Nottingham complained. "I logged on to ask the PM if he intended to continue with his patently ridiculous Big Society policy, and all he could say was; "Let me make this perfectly clear, let's be quite clear about this," and then he didn't say anything else. So then I asked him if he was determined to forge ahead with spending cuts, given that the economy shrank in the fourth quarter of 2010, and got the exact same answer. It's a con."
Many other users related similar stories, with most complaining that the PM isn't actually on line at all, and that they suspected that it was just him, recorded on a loop saying over and over again: "Let me make this perfectly clear, let's be quite clear about this."
The website's Creative Media Consultant, Mr Bobby Ball, angrily refuted the allegations, stating that all one has to do is watch PMQ's on Tuesdays and it becomes perfectly clear that Mr Cameron continues to state ad nauseum that he wants to make things perfectly clear.
And then, clearly does the opposite.