The Medication X club in Liverpool used Friday’s good weather to distribute flyers – but didn’t count on just how strong the sunshine would be, so they put out a tweet about it:
The sunshine is welcome in Liverpool. The S*n ‘newspaper’ is not – it is, of course, despised and widely boycotted, in particular for its vile treatment of the victims of the Hillsborough disaster and their families.
So the rag’s decision to ask if it could use the club’s image as part of a ‘light-hearted feature’ was – well, let’s just say it should have known better:
Medication X’s response, which demonstrated the famous Scouse wit to good effect, will have endeared it to the city and to S*n-haters everywhere:
The response on Twitter really does make you wonder why even the S*n hasn’t learned yet that this kind of request is not a good idea – although they’re not the only ones. Here are a few:
This reaction was a particular favourite:
Brilliant Response 👍 pic.twitter.com/kkmztXMo7P
— Suzanne Austin (@Suzichoo) April 21, 2018
So, do be careful in the sun – sunburn is dangerous. And, of course, don’t buy the S*n – and well done Medication X.
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