By Livi Ngroom
Critics have warned The Government that their new coronavirus slogan ‘Hands, Face, Space, Shoulders, Knees and Toes’ is too confusing.
Health Expert Dr Mal Practice said: “I mean it’s nonsensical that they’ve taken their latest slogan from a nursery rhyme.
“We know that in Medieval Times, The Government used this device with their ‘Ring, a ring, a roses’ slogan but the world has moved on since then. They would be better off using a more recent example like ‘You Can’t Touch This’ by MC Hammer.
“And we all know that this new ‘Rule of Six’ slogan is taken directly from Game of Thrones or something like that. Probably something to do with trying to avoid magical ‘seventh sons’ or something.”
Critics have also hit out at the UK Government telling them to stop living through one of the biggest global disasters we’ve ever seen as if they are in the world of fictional stories.
This comes after the Grand Old Duke of York received a £100 fine after public health offiicials heard a rumour that he was continuing to gather his ten thousand men to march them up and down hills.