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Lisbon's in Ireland...

... and Young Fine Gael are urging the youngsters to vote "yes" with the slogan, Enlarge Your Opportunities. The original posters can be found, via Timmy, at Damien Mulley's place, but here are a couple of adaptations.




Yes, I know they're a bit childish, but I can only work with what they give me...

Comments

Fidothedog said…
Brilliant, sick but brilliant.
Anonymous said…
SHRINK your opportunities
"My Banana is EU approved, free from malformation or abnormal curvature and 10 cm long"
VOTE NO TO LISBON

SHRINK your opportunities
"My boobs were this big until the Bra Wars"
VOTE NO TO LISBON
Graham said…
Excellent work, sir. Just goes to show the level of the debate we're having over here, eh? :-)
emordino said…
"It's better than breast cancer" is one of those handy slogans that works for anything. It's a marketer's wet dream!



yes, marketers get off on not having breast cancer
Anonymous said…
The Northern Irish Region should join Scotregion and the Welsh region and fulfill its destiny by becoming an "independent" (hoho) region of the EUSSR.

What pathetic irrelevant little subsidy drunk and reliant 'regions' you are.
Anonymous said…
Oh please...

Let the Celts go
Georges said…
"Vote Yes to Lisbon and Now Bend Over (This is Going to Hurt)"

Truth in advertising I say...

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