How to have a self-righteous shit fit about Christmas being cancelled

CONFUSED that an alteration of Covid rules is the same as the government cancelling Christmas, like the Puritans? Try these meltdowns: 

Blow it out of all proportion

Changing the Covid rules doesn’t mean the police will be round to burn down your Christmas tree but don’t let that stop you from wilfully misunderstanding it, dressing up as Santa covered in fairy lights and supergluing yourself to a police van.

Bang on about Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell was a religious fanatic who believed Christmas was sinful whereas the current situation is a response to a public health issue and designed to keep you safe. Just pretend the two are the same. Also, yeah it was a different Cromwell in Wolf Hall. 

Invent a new conspiracy theory

Rather than believe the government are incompetent, devise a conspiracy theory that proves this is all the One World Government being unveiled on Christmas Day, and the vaccine is nanomachines. Or some similar bollocks to harangue your weary partner with.

Pretend you love your family

In normal years you’d avoid travelling anywhere to visit family. This year you’re wringing your hands pretending to be desperately worried about how they’ll cope without seeing you, even though you’ve barely spoken to them since 2011.

Insist you’ll do what you like at Christmas, even if it kills you

Or your elderly relatives or those people you sit near on the train while refusing to wear a mask. Being alive isn’t more important than eating dry turkey and having a pissed-up argument with your brother over Monopoly.

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Mutant Covid could protect us against evil Covid like the X-Men

SUPERHERO fans has theorised that the new mutant Covid could be protecting us even though hated and feared by humanity, like the X-Men. 

The mutant Covid is spreading throughout London and the South-East, meaning it must be superior to other forms of Covid, and comics geeks believe they know why.

Nathan Muir of Croydon said: “We must not condemn this new, more powerful mutant Covid. It is here to protect us.

“Like Cyclops, Professor X and the rest, it is only misunderstood. It mutated as a response to the evil original, which like Magneto only wants to see humanity bow down before it.

“But X-Covid stands in its way, no matter what the cost to itself, even though humans don’t recognise its nobility and persecute it, forcing it to flee the authorities and their ‘cure’.

“We should embrace X-Covid as our hero trusting that it will save us from the bad Covid, like the X-Men saved the world from Apocalypse.”

He added: “I only hope it doesn’t mutate and multiply as fast as the real X-Men do. There’s millions of them. We’d be f**ked.”