Saturday, 21 August 2010

Finding a British angle

The Telegraph's Matthew Moore says:

Daily Mail takes its obsession with finding British angle to all foreign tragedies to a baffling extreme.


Thin stuff. And the article even says:

He appeared to be taking particular aim at the man in the England jersey.

But, despite the phrase 'like a red rag to a bull', the animals are actually colour blind. When a matador waves his red cape in the ring, it is the movement, not the colour, that attracts the creature.


The animal had already tried to jump into the stands twice.

'Is THIS the red rag that set the bull off'?



  1. It's perfectly obvious that the bull was a Muslim, violently offended by the mere existence of an England shirt when they were all supposed to have been banned.

    Don't you read the papers?

  2. You forgot to mention that the man had almost certainly been forced to leave the UK to escape the Great British football shirt ban.


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