Friday, November 23, 2007
Nanny Bans Santa
Poor old Santa really gets it in the neck at this time of the year from Nanny. Normally she has a go at him over his weight, now she is putting the boot in over the colour of his suit.
Seemingly, in the eyes of Nanny's chums in Steiner School Brighton, red is the colour of modern commercialism and have therefore banned it.
Funny that, I always thought that red was the colour of socialism.
Anyhoo, the numpties in the parents' committee believe that red will remind pupils of Coca Cola (one of the world's most evil corporations, in Nanny's eyes).
Therefore Santa will this year be clad in green.
The school has also decided to hold an Eastern European version of the festive season, which it believes will be more "inclusive". This despite the fact that most of the pupils are British.
What a bunch of twats!
School spokesman Sarah James said:
"The red-suited Santa was created as a
marketing tool by Coca-Cola,
it is a symbol of commercialism."
So farking what!
-Santa is a fantasy creation anyway.
-Commercialism generates income which pays the taxes that pays the wages of the dick heads running the school.
A small point of fact here, Santa wore red long before Coca Cola did its makeover.
The trouble is Nanny isn't interested in facts.
For good measure, at the school's Christmas bazaar, pupils will be told a "moral" tale rather than the traditional Christmas story, and instead of opening presents, they will be given fake "rocks" to break open to reveal crystals.