Poll surprise for Spoof

Funny story written by j.w.

Friday, 4 April 2014

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Three West Ham Scorers

The In/Out debate on national television between the Spoof's Joshua Witt and Clement Legg of the Limp Dems has ended in a surprise response in opinion poll ratings taken after the programme.

Spoof got 70% to Legg's 30%. Witt had argued that it was much better to be In your partner than out but Legg maintained being Out was better as it gave you more freedom.

The debate ranged widely with Witt taking an Ant-Establishment position, very popular with the British population who have had quite enough of Ants. Witt explained that with the In position it was irritating to have ants crawling over your bum.

Legg would have none of this. Ants were considered the representatives of the hard working British people and they should be welcomed into the home.

After the debate Witt could be seen downing a pint at his local as he viewed West Ham's Lewis Carrol heading yet another goal on his way to the World Cup. 'All we need' he declared 'are two more West Ham players in the World Cup team and West Ham will win the World Cup as they did in 1966.'

Witt is expected to get in for Spoof at the next election as MP for West Ham.

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