Music and comedy duo, Cassetteboy, have a unique way of taking a swipe at political egos, with their cleverly mixed edits of politicians’ own words, sometimes set to music. One piece from their set, Theresa May’s “strong and stable” take on the Pet Shop Boys’ West End Girls seems like a fitting way to say goodbye to her as she hands over to
Boris Johnson whoever wins the leadership election.
— Cassetteboy (@Cassetteboy) July 22, 2019
She should have mentioned that she was strong and stable; things might have turned out better for her.
As always, the duo’s insightful comedy has not gone unappreciated.
@Cassetteboy delights once again. https://t.co/TzyBjYr2YO
— Lucy Smith (@lollylegslucy) July 23, 2019
— chipko (@chipk0) July 23, 2019
And, as Twitter user H0agh commented,
If only we could’ve had chaos under @Ed_Miliband :/
— h0agh (@h0agh) July 22, 2019
We can’t leave it without taking a look at how Cassetteboy honoured Boris Johnson’s leadership bid.
New! Boris Johnson’s Leadership Bid pic.twitter.com/HOwKNjuLSC
— Cassetteboy (@Cassetteboy) May 16, 2019
Now, let’s all go and find some mind bleach.
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