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Happy Buckethead

Lord Buckethead moves on from taking on Theresa May in Maidenhead and records a Christmas song; it’s brilliant

 

The fabulous Lord Buckethead has done it again. First, this wacky enigma took on the woman rightly described as “Britain’s worst ever Prime Minister” in Maidenhead in June and got 249 votes and now he’s made a YouTube video.

 

Referencing everyone and everything  from Chris Rea to John Lewis, this mysterious space lord sings about happiness and the weather but simply concludes: “There’s hardly anyone left who’s still sober.” He adds: “I know your politics are in dire straits, from Downing Street to the United States, but change will come no matter how long it takes and things won’t be so scary.”

 

As Lord Buckethead sings: May we wish you all a “bucket full of happiness.” Happy Christmas and by God, we need some cheer.

 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebzooSdAbGE

7 COMMENTS

  1. You make me vomit. I want to make your readers aware that you sent a decent gentleman and father of a lovely child to jail. Viscount St Davids was wrongly convicted because of you and Gina Miller. It was sick and wrong and that you share videos by stupid Bucketheads represents exactly the level where you belong.

    • Well Stacey, I’m sorry if we make you vomit, remember, you can always abstain from reading Steeple Times comments, it’s not compulsory.
      Having said that, I would just like to take this opportunity to wish you and all the Paedophiles, Racists and other sleaze bags you support, a very merry Christmas, and a happy 2018. I bet you have a very interesting Christmas card list Stacey, with most of yours being delivered to a HM prison somewhere.
      Maybe spare a thought at this time of the year for the 22 victims that had acid thrown in their face, by the latest coward scum bag you say is innocent, Arthur Collins, what a brave specimen of the human race he is. How much evidence would you like the prosecution to present Stacey Is the CCTV video footage of him actually doing it, and the countless eye witnesses, not enough for you? I suppose even when he went into hiding with the police actually looking for him, tells you he is innocent? Most people hide from the law when they are innocent, don’t they?

  2. It’s Buss-Pass Elvis, Lord Buckethead and the like who make Britain great. Thank you for finding. You may have made Stacey vomit (poor woman. It’s never fun to vomit. As Billy Connolly so perspicaciously noted, there’s always diced carrots in vomit) but you made me laugh.

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