Impossibility In An Oak Tree

New Labour are being followed by the Not Conservatives.

Advertising is full of the impossible. Dancing cars. Flying humans. Flying cars. Self driving cars. Unless it can do the impossible, it’s not up to level. Reality is no longer good enough. It’s all Harry Potter’s fault. Everything has to fly now.

All we wanted was a dead boring picture of an oak tree – as boring as we are – and we would have been happy. But we’ve been given a magic one, an impossible one – one that appears out of the squiggle of a pen, flies in from the left, settles for a moment and then flies away right, leaving a childlike image that cannot possibly be the logo of a political party seeking power.

The main idea has been achieved – impossibility. This cannot possibly be the Conservatives logo, ideal for the Not Conservatives.

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