Brexit Blamed For Great Chocolate Biscuit Shortage Of June / July 2016.
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - “Wasnae me!” protests Billy, ADOS for Bagpipes and Kilts English Academy. The mood in the staffroom is tense to say the least. Right across the country, the last remaining chocolate biscuits are being carefully rationed out through academy staff-rooms. Billy finds himself cornered by several English teachers, accused of scoffing the last two.
This is a scene repeated up and down the land of whisky and haggis just before the summer break. “Ah thooght leavin' was a terrible idea. We need biscuits tae rin thes place. Th' European Union is essential tae keep th' supply chain operatin’. Ah talked wi' several other academy directors an' they say everybody is oan edge. It's loch walkin' oan eggshells. Aam afraid fur mah life.”
Duncan, chief photocopier filler-upper at the academy, expresses some sympathy for his ADOS. “I feel rank fe da geeza. E iz in a tuff posishun, innit. There's not much e can do about da ting. Let's ope dis Brexit bidness don't cause any more issues fe us. Ya get me, fam?”
Our thoughts and support go out to all teachers and staff affected by the crisis. All donations of a chocolate and biscuity nature can contact ADOS Billy at the address below.