Laughing at the establishment Pt.1

As well as the blogs I will post here I was hoping to take a moment of your time to draw attention to another wee project of mine. On the last Monday of every month I host a militant topical comedy panel show called Sod the Tories (And Have A Nice Week)

We have a Facebook page which if you Like and follow you’ll be able to hear our monthly podcast of the show and see a host of other political comedy funnies going up on the page.

I’ve provided a link to the podcast BELOW 

http://www.gigglebeats.co.uk/2014/09/podcast-john-scotts-sod-the-tories-10/

And beneath are a list of some our favourite memes. We’ve just started doing these but they will be getting regularly added over the week.

FOLLOW US VIA THE LINK BELOW

https://www.facebook.com/sodthetoriesandhaveaniceweek

1. Not so much a funny as a pertinent point. This one went viral with 7000 shares. It’s a representation of the closing speech I did at The Edinburgh Festival this year from a pro Scottish independence show called Anything’s Better Than These C**ts….(And yes that title did help sell tickets.)

MEME 7

2. Next is one by one of our regular show contributors Mr John Gibson.

MEME 11

3. We’re having a feminist special this month with three female comedians on the bill.

MEME5

4. And we like to cover Global issues as well as UK news.

MEME2

5. We also really hate the way mainstream politics has ended up.

MEME 14.

6. Admittedly some of our humour is quite hard hitting. But hey if you’re going to make an omelette…

MEME3

7. but we also like to look at the light hearted…

MEME 12

8. Sometimes we can even be quite subtle….

MEME4

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https://www.facebook.com/sodthetoriesandhaveaniceweek

9. This is one of my favourite jokes.

MEME 16

10. And here’s another wee beauty from the aforementioned John Gibson…

MEME 10.

So why not follow us on Facebook. I’ve posted plenty links.

FOLLOW US VIA THE LINK BELOW.

https://www.facebook.com/sodthetoriesandhaveaniceweek

Author: Mind Palaver

John and Elle are two voices, among many, advocating and living with acute mental health conditions.

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