By now you’re probably heard the referendum results.
You’re probably a bit fed up with all this referendum lark, actually.
I know I am, but bear with me.
Just in case you’re one of my readers from one of the far corners of the World, let me fill you in.
The Scottish people had a wee vote yesterday on whether they should duck out of the United Kingdom.
Apparently a few of them thought they’d be better off on their own.
Unfortunately for those people it didn’t happen, which was very fortunate for David Cameron.
I bet he was rubbing his hands this morning.
Not just because the majority of the Scottish people voted to stay in the UK.
But because it would have been a monumental ball ache to sort it all out.
I mean, where would you start?!
It would have taken years and a whole bucket of money to sort out that mess.
A New Referendum
Anyway, there’s rumours of another referendum…
A Jelly Belly Referendum.
Do you want to stay part of the jelly belly or do you want your own independence?
Just think about it?
What does the jelly belly actually do for you?
Let’s say your noggin is Scotland and your jelly belly is Westminster.
Scotland says “But we don’t want a jam roly-poly!”
Westminster says “Tough, get in my belly!”.
I say its time to stand up to your jelly belly.
Stop letting it push you around.
It’s time to send the jelly belly packing and claim back your freedom.
By ticking the ‘Yes’ box and getting up off your assimus.
Take charge of that jelly belly, Braveheart style.
“Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you’ll live… at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin’ to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they’ll never take… OUR FREEDOM!”
Or something like that:)
And if you really haven’t got a scooby-doo where to start, then I thoroughly recommend getting in touch with me.