Mr. Miyagi from "Karate Kid" film is appointed new Brexit adviser

Written by Steddyeddy

Tuesday, 2 July 2019

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In a radical move today, the UK Government announced the appointment of Mr. Miyagi, the quiet and eccentric apartment handyman from the "Karate Kid" film as special adviser on the UK's departure from the EU.

Mr. Miyagi will be introducing his theories on back-breaking, tedious chores around the house, such as sanding a wooden floor, refinishing a fence, painting a house, and most notably, waxing cars to the Brexit process, similar to those he used to train Daniel in the film to become a lean, mean, teenage heartthrob.

The Department for Brexit will be producing posters featuring his face and his slightly and more relevantly "edited" mantra "Brexon, Brexoff, Brexon, Brexoff" to reflect the current state of Brexit and the waxy, oily, slippery characters from throughout the EU who are currently involved.

Both outgoing Prime Minister Theresa Maynotanymore and opposition leader, Mr Jeremy Frail, welcomed the initiative, as they both felt "Brexon, Brexoff, Brexon, Brexoff" was far easier than the current state of banging their heads against an EU brick wall.

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