Tuesday 14 September 2010

Mrs Angry's Careers Advice

At this time of year, many of us have teenage children who are having to make big decisions about their futures: which degree, which uni, what line of work they might like to follow.

Mrs Angry's advice to parents is that if any of your children show any signs of wanting to go into local politics, and stand as a Tory candidate in a borough like ours, then please: act now. Seek professional help. Immediate intervention is necessary. Pray that they become lap dancers, money launderers or bank robbers, rather than see your child sink to the depths of shame displayed in the council chamber in Hendon Town Hall this evening.

In case you are wondering, all 39 voted to show their unquestionable support in their leader, Lynne Hillan, you know, the one that half of them are alleged to have wanted to dump a few days ago after the outrage of her allowance rise hike, and subsequent, if partial, u turn.

Full report tomorrow.


Rog T said...

Mrs angry for once is completely wrong. Sadly some of us have cowardly, obnoxious, thick and completely useless kids who quite frankly would struggle to hold down a job anywhere. Best of all they will be able to surround themselves with friends who are equally horrible.

For these being a Barnet Tory councillor is a great way to earn a good living at everyone elses expense.

Mrs Angry said...

Yes, the Tory party in Barnet is providing a heavily subsidised employment scheme for worthless, scrounging layabouts and keeping them off the streets: but can we afford it in these challenging times?

Moaneybat said...

There is only one way to remove the morally bankrupt, CACEROLAZO! Hopefully, last night was only the beginning.

Mrs Angry said...

In case readers are wondering, this is a form of protest in which the middle classes take to the streets banging pots and pans and being rude to councillors. When can we start, Moaneybat?