Written by Jaggedone

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

image for As if Brexit confusion wasn't enough now the weather gods are creating a UK crisis!
Our next Prime Minister, BOJO the Snowman supported by Brit tabloids, but not The Sun otherwise he'd melt away!

After browsing through the UK headlines looking for a bit of stupidity to have a laugh about, mega-spoofer, Jaggedone, came across these two gems in one "superstar" tabloid printed next to each other on the same page telling confused, mesmerized Brits not about BOJO's Brexit bullshit, no! The weather, a favourite theme of all Brits is throwing the country into even more mayhem!

Now readers hold your breath and devour these disturbing headlines:

"Scientists warn EXTREME weather is coming: ‘UK will heat up every year!!!"

Now printed just above this gem of intellectual, scientific news, which the world has known about ever since Greenpeace spread its angelic wings; this "superstar rag's" super scientific reporters have printed this gem too!!

And Jaggedone quotes, unquote:

"UK faces POLAR VORTEX next week: 'Beast from the East' to push NEW cold snap to Britain!"

Britain, just like Europe, has been visited by snow, ice, storms, in fact everything the weather gods can throw at them this winter! However, Brit tabloids just cannot do enough to confuse 'Brexiteers' minds even more (As if BOJO's and Farage's lying rants were not bad enough!).

One second we are heading for a global warming disaster, next second we are all going to turn into freezing brass monkeys, with BOJO voted as our leader!

Who writes this utter bullshit? Ask Farage, he obviously has friends in Fleet Street who know all the answers to Britain's mega confusion...

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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