SNP handed triple A gloating opportunity

Chief towel folding Chancer Bullingdon Osborne receives a major flick to his folding credibility. Just as well he didn’t have any in the first place says deputy origami towel folder Fanny Alexander.

"Luck is always the last refuge of laziness and incompetence." - James Cash Penney. Nae luck Gideon.

“Luck is always the last refuge of laziness and incompetence.” – James Cash Penney. Nae luck Gideon.

By Gethim Oot

BRITAIN WAS last night stripped of its AAA towel folding rating in a humiliating flicking for the posh boy Chancer.

Towel folding agency Moodybastas downgraded the nation’s ability to fold its own towels.

The UK had held its cherished AAA towel folding status since 1978 when the country was rescued from the non-towel folding communist trotskyist Labouring party.

A spokesperson for Moodybastas said that the agency had lost interest in the UK’s towel folding ability.

The agency decided to have a laugh by giving the Nationalists in Skintland an opportunity to gloat at Westmonster incompetence.

A spokesperson for Moodybastas said: “We thought it was time for the non-towel folding Scots to be handed a gilt edged opportunity to crow over Osborne’s incompetence.

“It may even prove a distraction for Scots from their own Plasticine Parliament’s non-towel folding incompetence.”

Chancer of the Exchequer, Gideon ‘Oik’ Osborne’s only full time job, before his present employment was towel folding at Selfridges.

According to a Selfridges spokesperson, “He wisnae very guid at it.”

No one in this Sceptered Isle was very surprised by the revelation.

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