Monday, May 7, 2018

What Did You Do With Your Dole Money?

Isn't this a given? Young, snotty British lads are supposed to say awful things about Theresa May:

Shame have hit out at The Sun after the paper penned an article accusing them of “attacking the Prime Minister.”

Sharing the piece to their Instagram account, the band captioned the image, “Pleased to announce we shall be spending our newly acquired funds on hard drugs and anti-tory propaganda, and a new bib for @danwootton if we have some left over #dontbuythesun.”

The article blasts the band for their track ‘Visa Vulture’ which calls out the Prime Minister with lyrics including “Oh Theresa, honey, You know that I mind the gap, With my chargrilled meat, Inside your butter-bread baps.”

Writer Dan Wooton says Shame have received a “taxpayer-funded grant” and still ‘crudely insult the PM’.

They don't even seem that snotty, really. They're a bit posh, but oh well. Take that cash and make some art with it. Modern British history is replete with stories of young people who took money from the dole (or a grant or a loan or whatever) and used it to buy guitars that were then used to chop down the old guard and make everything better.

Well, not really, but I have no idea what a butter-bread bap is.


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