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Friday, May 06, 2005

How to be political 

Wear a No Alternative t-shirt.

And a denim mini-skirt.

And black hold-up stockings.

And leather ankle boots with a 4 inch heel.

Be aware that random strangers will stop you in the street/park/pub and ask you questions about the election.

Make sure that you have your arguments ready about the benefits of a hung Parliament or a small Labour majority.

Be ready to challenge the myth about the Tories getting in.

Ask how the other person is going to vote.

Be enthused about protesting, explain the concept clearly.

Ignore them looking at your tits/legs/arse.

Even if they're cute.

See that you are winning them over to your side.

Have confidence that your argument has maybe inspired one more person to vote.

Carry on walking down the street/jogging in the park/drinking beers at the pub and know that you have done your little bit for democracy.

Stay up to 5am watching the results come in.

Debate the live televised coverage with some like-minded people.

Go to bed and have a celebratory fiddle.

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