Respect MP George Galloway became the latest politician to fall foul of Twitter’s acid-tongued users when his #AskGalloway hashtag was hijacked. The funniest ‘questions’ are listed below…
You can’t deny they look pretty similar…
— Jake Warren (@TheJakeWarren) January 28, 2015
Comedian Lee Hurst gives him both barrells…
If powerful Martians landed on Earth and it turned out they were Jewish, would you ditch muslims just to get Martian votes? #AskGalloway.
— Lee Hurst (@2010LeeHurst) January 28, 2015
Forget the NHS or the economy, journalist Emily Davis asks the question that’s really on everyone’s lips ahead of May 7…
Should I put jam on my scone and then cream, or cream first then jam? I never know. #AskGalloway
— Eddy Davis (@EddyZDavis) January 28, 2015
Stand-up David Morgan makes a cracking reference to the Bradford West MP’s cringeworthy appearance on Celebrity Big Brother…
shall I be the cat? #AskGalloway
— David Morgan (@thisisdavid) January 28, 2015
Daily Mash writer Nick Pettigrew’s question pays tribute to classic 90s pop…
#AskGalloway What is love? Baby don’t hurt me. Don’t hurt me. No more. Oh, sorry, that was Haddaway.
— Nick Pettigrew (@Nick_Pettigrew) January 28, 2015
It’s a fair point…
When Maria Von Trapp listed her favourite things, why didn’t she include ‘Jesus’? She’s a Nun for Christ’s sake! #AskGalloway
— Scriblit (@Scriblit) January 28, 2015
This is all very well, but when will we hear George’s view on the controversial move from Jif to Cif?
Comedian and DJ Ian Stone references one of Lionel Richie’s finest?
Hello. Is it me you’re looking for? #Askgalloway
— Ian Stone (@iandstone) January 28, 2015
The Sunday Post’s political editor, Andrew Picken, uses two popular hashtags in one tweet. Perhaps his supplementary question should be ‘Who ya gonna call?’
— Andrew Picken (@andrewpicken1) January 28, 2015