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Waving in the Wheat

As Theresa May makes a berk of herself at a football game, gin hater William Hanson and Tory fop Jacob Rees-Mogg MP share their views on wheatfield running

 

Theresa May just can’t get it right. Whether she’s perched on a sofa with her garden gnome-like husband prattling on about whose job it is to put the bins out or, golly gosh, telling tales of her naughty school girl moments, it always comes out wrong.

 

Yesterday, she performed another slip-up whilst attending a friendly between England and France with President Macron and Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Mrs May was photographed erratically jumping up with her arms outstretched whilst the remainder of the audience sat looking on bewildered. She was widely mocked on social media and of her one user concluded: “She can’t even do a strong and stable Mexican wave”.

 

Elsewhere, The Steeple Times consulted the gin hating ‘etiquette expert’ William Hanson on acceptable form on wheatfield running on Twitter. He curtly answered: “[It is only acceptable] if you have the farmer’s permission”.

 

Meanwhile, at the launch of The Enigma of Kidson at Christie’s on Monday, The Times, took the chance to ask the Tory fop Jacob Rees-Mogg about naughtiness and wheatfields. He remarked: “I have walked through a wheatfield. I have always stuck to the pathway in accordance with the rules of the land”.

 

Comments

2 comments on “Waving in the Wheat”

  1. Seriously??????? WTF??????????? Teresa is just having fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Join in with her!!!!!!!!!!!! MAKE GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN and get the Brexit out of Europe with the losers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. …obviously not a regular attendee at football, Theresa May simply didn’t realise that, as the leader of the country she possibly shouldn’t be leaping around like an imbicile and participating in the #mexicanwave…where’s the woman’s dignity?

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