Woman struggling to understand Boris’ speech decides to just read Ulysses

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Gemma, 27, a publishing executive from Leicester was inspired to pick up her books once more after viewing our prime ministers school yesterday. 

“I wrote my undergraduate dissertation on Ulysses’ she told friends and family ‘at the time it was stressful, but having heard what Boris had to say, it seems comparatively easy.”

“Stream of consciousness is one thing, but this was so far beyond that- a whole new style,” continued a confused Gemma. “I’m going to have to stick to the simple stuff like James Joyce. I’ll leave the rest to Boris.”  

Laurie Plowright

Laurie Plowright is a comedian and veterinary student. She is not only self-absorbed and narcissistic, but also wonderful. When she's not neglecting her collection of succulent plants, Laurie improvises with the Cambridge Impronauts, and is the co-founder of Stockings, an inclusive, all-female comedy troupe.