Bye Bye Boris – Carrot Ranch

Artwork by Phil Burns

The Carrot Ranch Challenge:
In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story inspired by the phrase “party hens”.

Click here to hear the author read his words:

Bye Bye Boris

Mr Johnson, this is a summary of the Scottish Parliamentary Elections held in May 2021.
On the First-Past-The-Post system the SNP won 62 seats, the Tories 5, and the Red Tories 2.
On the List System the SNP received 1,094,374 votes, the Tories 637,131.
Previously, at the Brexit referendum, Scotland voted 62-38% to remain European.
I put it to you, Mr Johnson, that you have no mandate here.
Scotland has overwhelmingly rejected your party; henceforth we suggest you stay in Westminster.
It seems that lies, corruption, and disregard for human life are acceptable practices there.
But not here.
Goodbye.

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10 Responses to Bye Bye Boris – Carrot Ranch

  1. Clever take on this prompt Ceayr! What a great idea to add your own reading of it too.

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  2. Pingback: Party Hens « Carrot Ranch Literary Community

  3. Yes, you just said in 99 words what I heard about on NPR the other day. The UK (and also the “united” states) is not so united.

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  4. Lindsey Stewart says:

    Love your clever use of words and concise and powerful political statement. Bye-bye Boris – if only!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. jenne49 says:

    A masterpiece – of writing, of reaction to a prompt and of political idea.
    To use your own word – chapeau!

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