The Brexit negotiations continue to move along with the help of the Last Laugh Looney Party. This is my weekly leak, oops sorry, Cabinet communication on the excellent progress our leader Mrs Tezz is making. Fortunately, the concessions that were agreed by Mr. Junket on packaging mean that we can now go on to the next big issue for older people, which is SMALL PRINT.
As we said in our manifesto, we are fed up with not being able to read things anymore. Writing is getting smaller and smaller and it is not our glasses, because we have our eyes tested at Specspenders and we are told to buy a new pair every year from them.
The smallest fonts are normally used by lawyers for all their disclaimers and you need an electron microscope to read them. What they disclaim is usually any responsibility for anything that was promised in adverts for their clients products?
The LLLP is proposing a complete ban use of all fonts below 14 point, which won’t leave any room for lawyerspeak.
While we are at it, we will also ban those ticker-tape type notes that go across you TV screen, at too fast a rate for you to read. Oh and also those super-fast speaking idiots at the end of adverts that attempt not to tell you about their excessive interest rates and that “terms and conditions” apply.
You can see an earlier rage about small print and glasses by clicking on the following link:
I’m sure this won’t be the last time I write about small print. But the ban introduced by the LLLP will certainly see me voting for them in the next election. I just hope the voting form is in