A MAN thinks he looks really wise by referencing the song Won’t Get Fooled Again in any situation involving disappointment.
Martin Bishop already overuses the classic track by The Who to pour scorn on politicians, but has now started applying it to totally inappropriate things like his broadband deal.
Co-worker Nikki Hollis said: “Martin thinks it makes him look really cynical and clever, as if no one else has ever noticed quite a lot of politicians are self-serving scumbags.
“That’s bad enough, but he’s started saying ‘Won’t get fooled again!’ as if he’s Roger Daltrey about every trivial issue like his phone contract.
“When he wrote it I don’t think the legendary rock star and spiritual ‘seeker’ Pete Townshend was thinking about how many free minutes you get on TalkTalk.
“Then there was the time we got a new manager and Martin sarcastically said, ‘Meet the new boss, same as the old boss’. That was bollocks because Jeff’s totally different and buys loads doughnuts out of his own money.”
Office worker Bishop said: “Won’t Get Fooled Again speaks volumes to a guy like me with a lot of life experience. I certainly ‘won’t get fooled again’ by the new KFC meal deal.”