Ah, Nigel Farage.
The human manifestation of a burp that smells of Twiglets.
The first man to consider Toad of Toad Hall a fashion icon.
The sentient Top Gear mixtape.
The family member who buys all his relatives homemade action figures of himself in army uniform.
The man who was born when someone dropped a cassette tape of the Dambusters March into a vat of Bombardier.
The super-size gecko mould filled with unmixed gravy.
Or Nige, to his friends.
The Zazu of politics has been getting his annual war hard-on, watching Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and urging ‘every youngster’ to do the same.
He shared a picture of himself in the cinema, alongside a poster for the film, but he was soon made to regret his choice of photo.
You might be wondering why. Well, here’s your answer.
By posing next to such a large poster, he left the picture open to the whims of the Photoshop-happy internet.
Sure, he claims he was promoting Dunkirk, but how can we know whether that was the real photo, or whether the original was in fact this…
I urge every youngster to go out and watch pic.twitter.com/OnkZsPqVG5— David Lewis (@davidclewis) July 26, 2017
Or indeed this…
Maybe this is what he was going for...
It might have been another film altogether, of course…
By now, we can probably narrow down what Farage really wants us to see…
I urge every youngster to go out and watch pic.twitter.com/8N0X5g319a— David Couch (@crutchley) July 26, 2017
Still, at least those who worked on Dunkirk are pleased to see him fighting their corner.
My late grandad was on the beach & was an advisor on the film. He thought you were a cunt. https://t.co/rJsfsIjIp9— The Unknown Stuntman (@ustuntman) July 25, 2017
(Images: Twitter/Rex Features)