Meet Mr G Brown:
After ‘epic failing’ his last political attempt he has moved to Sunset Valley to start his political career afresh. He arrives at his house on Sunday morning looking as grey and miserable as ever. Whilst surveying his new lodgings he spies his neighbour who is also moving in this day.
But wait, this guy looks familiar…no its cant be…can it?
Oh god it is him, its Tony Blair. Of all the wretched luck! Brown decides to ignore Tony for now and enters his new abode. Feeling peckish he decides to slurp up some very boring soup in a very boring way. Just look at that miserable face…
He then gets a boring bath of despair. Oddly he appears to be a good mood.
After his bath Brown decided to have a wander round his new town which looks very much like Hill Valley from ‘Back to the future’:All it needs is Doc Brown sliding down a wire from the clocktower in a thunderstorm.
Mr Brown wanders around for a while, looking with distain at the people and town he will ruin economically. Clutching his favorite book and trying not to touch anything he wanders over to the park in the middle of town where he bumps into his old friend/nemesis Tony Blair!
Tony is chatting up some old tart in a blond wig, Mr Brown ignores her and confronts Tony.
I cant actually tell you what they were arguing about because I cant understand ‘Sim’ the gibberish language that these people talk but I get hints on what might be going down with pictures in speech and thought bubbles and if ever a picture said a thousand words then its this next one:
Mr Brown goes home in a huff and clogs the toilet up with a massive turd. He attempts to unblock it himself but fails due to being completely incompetent. He phones a plumber to come and fix it. A female plumber(wha…female plumber?!) arrives and forces Mr Browns epic turd down the U-bend with a stick. Mr Brown, having no friends at all and being tragically lonely, sees an opportunity to make a new friend and invites/forces the plumber to stay. They sit and watch tv in silence for about two hours:
Finally Mr Brown lets the terrified woman go. He then decides to go for a walk to the park, in the dark where he sits on a bench, all alone again. Its a hard life for the insanely boring.
On his boring walk home he decides to stop by and see his dear neighbour Tony Blair to try and patch things up, he needs at least one friend and if its gotta be Tony then that’s how its gotta be. Tony lets him in and they have a strained conversation about how Tony likes to play the guitar and that Mr Browns favourite band is ‘The arctic monkey’s’. But hang on a sec, look closely at the following picture. See anything wrong here?
Lets take a closer look.
What the fuck? It’s a teenage boy laying on Tony’s bed(I honestly did not set this up). In this world Tony is unmarried and has no children, so just bear that in mind. Ahem, Quickly moving on now.
After disagreeing with each other on many things:
They finally find some common ground and Mr Brown invites Tony round to his place to watch tv (and get away fom the creepy bedroom scene)
Is that a look of affection from Mr Brown or a look of cold, calculating hatred?
Maybe its actually the start of something beautiful though…
To be continued…