Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Revealed: why Nigel Farage gets so much airtime

Photo: h/t Evening Standard

Nigel Farage
Flies into a rage 
If we cannot manage 
His name. His outrage 
Is like that of a beast, once at large, 
Now confined in a cage.

Or like a thespian who, unfit for the stage, 
Must substitute butter for marge  
Since he cleans a garage 
For a menial wage 
Which is scarcely sufficient to buy a cabbage. 

So his friends, to prevent him from getting too peevy 
Make sure he is frequently seen on the TV.

No comments: