GB Cars Required to display “Sh*t 4 Brains” sticker in Post-Brexit Europe

Home Affairs, UK Politics
GB Cars Required to display Sh*t 4 Brains sticker in Post-Brexit Europe

UK-registered cars will need to display a GB sticker in the Republic of Ireland after Brexit, the government has said.

The newly designed GB sticker, to be displayed throughout Europe,  will include the text “SH*T 4 BRAINS” alongside the traditional Union Jack (to the Right of course) and an EU Flag, superimposed with a red “X” (to the evil left).

New government advice said the sticker must be displayed in any EU country.

“Leaving the EU will present many minor problems”, stated Transport secretary and expert Wikipedia editor, Grant Shapps, “We’ve been in negotiations with the EU on this matter throughout the Brexit negotiation process and they insisted on a nomenclature that would be instantly recognisable throughout Europe in identifying UK vehicles and drivers. It seems driving the wrong way around roundabouts and dazzling European motorists with wrongly aligned headlights, is not enough”

The rule will apply to drivers even if their number plate includes a GB logo

“It’s perfectly understandable that many Britons will find this embarrassing”, Mr Shapps empathically added, with all the conviction of someone who refused to address historical issues of bullying within the Conservative Party whilst Chairman, “So we have generated versions in many mumbo-jumbo  european languages. There will be a French version (Merde pour les cerveaux) and a German version (Scheiße für Gehirne), which owing to falling standards in UK education standards, only about 1% of the British population will understand, whilst having the advantage of being fully comprehendible in Europe”

The advice applies to cars registered in all parts of the UK, including Northern Ireland.

“We have also a quirky design ‘SH17 4 8R41N5′”, stated Michael Green (aka Transport Secretary Grant Shapps), “Which we hope will appeal to white van drivers, premiership footballers and anyone with a personalised number plate”, concluded Grant Schapps, former ICO advisor to Blockchain Property Portal company, OpenBrix, who allegedly paid Mr Shapps £700,000 in cryptocurrency whilst he was he was chairman of an all-party parliamentary group on blockchain which he had founded.

  •   
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.