PM pulls out of accepting Guinness World Record for ‘Most U-turns’ three times in one morning

John Shafthauer

Having realised that she has nothing else to offer, Theresa May has been going after the Guinness World Record for most U-turns by a sitting Prime Minister. Which is why yesterday, in an epic display of flip-floppery, she performed not one but two U-turns. A manoeuvre which was described on The Thick of It as an O-Turn:

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The people at Guinness World Records had been watching the PM for some time. And they quickly arranged for an acceptance ceremony at midday on Thursday 29 June.

Weirdly though, the PM pulled out at the last minute. Despite her earlier assurances. Almost as if she’s physically unable to follow through on her own choices, like one end of a magnet repelling the other.

Settings

It later transpired that May – the UK’s first robotic Prime Minister – had her settings mixed up. The problem being that her STABILITY dial was set to CARRIER BAG IN THE WIND.

It was also discovered that several other characteristics were misaligned. This meant that:

  • EMPATHY was set to FREDDY KRUEGER.
  • CUNNING was set to POTATO.
  • CREDIBILITY was set to MILLI VANILLI.
  • HUMANITY was set to DALEK.
  • STRENGTH was set to LOW-FAT YOGURT.
  • FORESIGHT was set to GOLDFISH.
  • STRAIGHTFORWARDNESS was set to SNAKE ON METH.
  • SPEECH was set to STRONG AND SLOGAN.
  • LIKEABILITY was set to UNEXPECTED SLUG IN LOAFER.

U-turn, We-turn

Thanks to good old British engineering, the May-bot is once more able to follow through on her decisions. Which is a shame actually, as her DECISION-MAKING dial is still set to TORY.

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