^ The four comments were just unfunny as my silly status. Magical.Yes, I realise the hypocrisy in me lambasting other people for sharing their nonsensical opinions on the internet, but in my defence, I'm doing it in the privacy of a blog that no one visits. I'm not on Facebook, predictably making inane commentary of the televised political debates, like the swathes of thinking-infirmed feists who not-so-secretly hope that someone will 'Like' their inability to actually concentrate on the vaguely important sham of a programme before them. Seriously, are your lives so vacuous that you have to sit poised at your laptop, ready to scribble the first "wittily observed" opinion you have regarding the television show you're watching? You're not a guest on 'Have I Got News For You' for the simple reason that you're not mentally equipped enough to do satire - it'd be like if they let a drooling chimpanzee on the panel, whose best contribution is violently pounding his fists on Paul Merton's thigh every time they ask him to caption an image (admittedly, this is gross stereotyping of chimpanzees, who are actually deceivingly clever creatures - they're certainly more cognitively evolved than the politically-focussed unintelligentsia that plague my social e-network, at least). Until you at least learn how to put your pants on without your mother awkwardly helping you (you're 21, you should have at least mastered this by now), stop clogging my not-so-precious Facebook News Feed with your poorly articulated drivel.