The Big Scary Sun


I remember the summer of 1976. I swear summers used to be longer and hotter, but maybe my memory is through the rose-tinted spectacles of a child. I remember ‘the sun has got his hat on, hip-hip hip-hip hooray…’
I had no idea the lyric included audio-phonetics reminiscent of NWA Straight Outta Compton; which my then ‘feminist’ inclined journalist girlfriend was disgusted at, but I took her ‘free’ review CD and played it at The Marquee Club in Soho, London.

It seems the eco-fascist LGBTxyz Oxford English Dictionary memorizer vax pusher Stephen Fry adapted the lyric
“He’s been roasting peanuts” (written by Stephen Fry for the 1984 revival of Me and My Girl).

Spot the absolutely prohibited lyric in this version:

‘They’ weaponise words. ‘They’ are weaponising carbon dioxide, meat and the sun. I guess oxygen and water will be next. Clown world continuum.




3 Responses to “The Big Scary Sun”

  1. ian says:

    Yes indeed Ned, and notice how tanned the folks telling you to stay in the dark are.

    • Gordon says:

      “notice how tanned the folks telling you to stay in the dark are.” That’ll be the black and tanned BBC ITV news sport and weather and adding to the list and coming your way soon all the F…. trannies. Whatever has the world come to!

  2. Tapestry says:

    and cover your kids in toxic suncream over every square inch of their bodies, to go with toxic toothpaste, fluoride in the water and the 72 vaccines designed to crush their life force before they are five years old.