Controversial Facebook page the LAD BIBLE has won the right to live-meme the first of the 2015 leaders election debates.
In yet another exclusive debate scoop, notsonews can reveal that OFCOM found the page’s insight to be relevant, appealing to the younger demographic, and hastily formed. All of these attributes were considered beneficial.
The LAD BIBLE was particularly praised for the past insight and commentary it has produced. This has included images praising men who ‘jumped on the grenade’, ‘took home the fat one’ and ‘attended Sunday league football even though it was raining, and they couldn’t find their left shin pad’. OFCOM suggested that it was only natural that such high standards be bestowed upon any leadership debate, in order to compliment the expected quality of the debate itself.
Questions will however be raised about the format of the debate, with the public not to see or hear the ministers, but rather to have answers transcribed to them in meme format.
The LAD BIBLE beat out many fierce competitors, including Buzzfeed who pitched a debate via ‘reaction gifs’ of the popular ‘my face when’ (mfw) variety. OFCOM derided this option as a farce, arguing that it lacked the capacity to handle complex political arguments. OFCOM further commented that LAD BIBLE memes were far more suited to the target demographic of disinterested functioning alcoholics.
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