Fool them once… shame on you… fool them twice… Hahahaha

You may recall the recent scandal and Biffer foamfest when the satirical spoof news outlet, Southend News Network made up a story about hot uncrossed buns. The idea was that some people had been offended by the crosses (perhaps it was Cromwell) and so a South-Eastern bakery had decided to produce the buns without them.

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The Biffers were outraged and soon set out on a frenzy of anti-Muslim sentiment, despite the fact that not a single Muslim had been reported as being bothered in the slightest by this traditional, English ‘delicacy’. We thought it hilarious at the time but we never expected the same sort of ruse to work twice – and so shortly afterward! How wrong we were.

The wonderful Southend News Network has done it again – this time with a  story about English country villages being forced to change their names. And once again the Biffers fell for it hook line and sinker!

They’ve grown so used to believing whatever old crap their ideological masters publish they’ve completely lost any sense of discernment they might once have possessed. That’s undoubtedly a bad thing for them but it can be absolutely hilarious for the rest of us.

Wait until they read about the Junior Seagulls’ strike!

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5 thoughts on “Fool them once… shame on you… fool them twice… Hahahaha

  1. We may well laugh; but the scary thing is that as far as they’re concerned, this has now become fact. It’s cognitive disonance gone mad.


  2. A+E departments all over Britain will be straining under the pressure of the huge increase in heart-attacks and cerebral haemorrhages throughout the Biffers ranks, brought on by their outrage! Lol


  3. I wonder if they actually believe it or they just really want it to be true as they feel it would justify their abhorrent views? Perhaps they’re just gullible morons who lack the ability to fact check anything despite having access to vast knowledge at their fingertips.


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