Asses, fools and prating coxcombs across the UK continue to insist that posting memes is as important as voting.
“It absolutely is,” insisted part-time shelf stacker and full time social justice warrior Kat McAllister. “I’ve been posting up to twenty anti-Tory memes a day for the last three days such is my commitment to getting them out and securing a better future for us all. Will I actually go to the polling station? Nah, I haven’t got time.”
“Voting’s about getting your voice heard, isn’t it?” she said. “I’ve got nearly three hundred followers on Twitter so that’s like being heard three hundred times which is way better than voting because when you vote you only get to put one cross in one box once. That’s rubbish. And anyway the polling station’s a ten minute walk away.”
“If the Tories stay in power then I’ll be at the forefront of holding them to account and campaigning to get rid of them next time,” she vowed. “You should see the misery emojis I’ve got ready to share on Friday.”