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Theresa Bucket

Prime Minister May has morphed into Hyacinth Bucket

 

Hyacinth Bucket wanted to be renowned for her ‘candlelit suppers’ but now that Theresa May – whose fashion style is sadly led by the equally ghastly Lady Meyer – is hosting ‘prosecco parties’ at Chequers, it seems she’s headed the same way.

 

Desperate to retain power at all costs it seems, Mrs May and her garden gnome-like hubby have turned to inviting Conservative MPs to their ‘country retreat’ to try to persuade them to keep her in office until September 2019. The once pro-remain leader is said to give attendees prosecco and homemade chocolates and to take her naughty offspring on tours of the property.

 

Middle class and pretentious Mrs May is now beginning to look more and more like the comedy character Mrs Bucket and the future does not bode well. What next for her? Will she begin to answer the telephone: “The lady of the House speaking?”

 

Comments

3 comments on “Theresa Bucket”

  1. As someone who once actually worked at the same institution as Phillip May, I can say that he on a relative basis is a nice chap in financial services. He didn’t know me but always nodded and smiled whenever you would pass him on the street, unlike the arrogant types who knew exactly who you were and ignored you. You may not like his wife or her politics, but Phillip is a good bloke.

  2. Maybe we could send Onslow and Rose around to one of her prosecco parties. Rod could chauffeur them both, if he’s not busy with the wrecking ball, that is.

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