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Correctives: Zero Fashion Atrocity Policy!!!

"The Corrective Party is now launching a Zero Fashion Atrocity policy. Many people report that they are traumatised by the sorry fashion choices of past decades. Under our Zero Fashion Atrocity policy, flares, platform shoes, afros, mullet hair disasters, excessive bangles, ripped fishnet stockings, inversely worn lingerie, balloon pants, stonewashed jeans and grey zipup leather shoes will be declared objectionable on aesthetic grounds." Sister Malodora said today, unveiling her party's newest policy statement.

When it was pointed out this would make New Zealand Farce illegal apart from its immaculately dressed leader, Sister Malodora smiled enigmatically:

"This is not political favouritism. After all, we also support stronger dog control laws to get rid of ARF's smelly presence in Parliament. And Ill Thinglish needn't think that lying on the ground in skimpy shorts and a tight t-shirt means Nationill will be treated any better. Paul Holmes lying on the ground in skimpy shorts and a tight t-shirt, on the other hand..."

Sister Malodora
The Corrective Party:
Turning Red With Embarrassment.
(06) 3583609

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