An experiment with humour which went badly wrong should serve as 'a lesson to us all' Said a health and safety spokesperson, after some puffy cheeked young conservatives burnt an effigy of Obama, 'for a bit of a lark'.
The stunt was dreamed up by some unsupervised over indulged youngsters, with names like Jamie and Fifi, whose collective sense of humour, mostly based around challenging homeless people to a 'scrum down' and fart jokes, resulted in the judgement call to burn an effigy of the first black president.
"Most of these people live in isolated estates dotted throughout Scotland, so for them human contact is a real rarity, and when it does happen, it has to be supervised, otherwise you're looking at potentially fatal combustion of privilege and ignorance." Said one expert on dangerously offensive social phenomena. "The Conservative party hire outside help to slowly introduce their young to elements of society, such as 'tolerance', and simply 'being normal', but every so often the mixture of their personalities simply can't be controlled, and often results in a cringe making display of twatishness."
This isn't the first time conservatives have experiemented with humour with disatrous results. Aside from 'that ride on the log flume', with William Hague, there was the time a literal black hole of judgement led them to book Jim Davidson for their conference in the year 2000. "We thought his blend of wacky seventies racism, combined with jokes about 'Blair being a homo' would be the perfect way to bring the Convservative party into the new millenium. Unfortunately we only realised he wasn't that funny, or even that nice, a good decade after the rest of the country." Said an enthusiastic Tory spokesperson, before adding that he had to 'dash off and black up for a friend's fancy dress party'.