Mr Blobby reveals what he thinks about Brexit
Some Twitter users say Noel Edmonds’ spotted former sidekick should run for PM after appearing on Loose Women.
Mr Blobby made an explosive return to television with an appearance on Loose Women in which he pronounced his views on Brexit and predicted Theresa May’s future.
Noel Edmonds’ former sidekick marked his arrival by tumbling over on set, and after discussing his old boss’ appearance on I’m A Celebrity, the subject turned, naturally, to the biggest political issue in a generation.
Journalist and panel member Jane Moore asked Mr Blobby for his thoughts on the removal of EU tariffs on trade in the event of a “no deal” departure, to which he replied thoughtfully: “Well. Blobby, blob, blobby, blob. Blob, blob, blob, blob, blob, blob.”
Twitter users were in thrall at his insights.
I mean this 100% unironically, Mr Blobby is genuinely more qualified to talk about Brexit than anybody else https://t.co/jRi3e0A0pb— Chloe 'Merry Chlingles' Adams (@addamschloe) November 22, 2018
"what should the british public be doing about this?"— ｢DAN｣🎄🎅🎁 (@lustycomic_) November 22, 2018
mr blobby: *shrieks, pushes the hosts off their chairs, crashes into a studio camera and passes out*
Mr Blobby is a political commentator on Brexit and, somehow, 2018 keeps peaking further pic.twitter.com/PuKZ1hybzh— Harry Crawford (@THEMOVIEGUVNOR) November 22, 2018
The pearls of wisdom should really come as no surprise. Only last week, BBC reporter Chris Mason went viral for replying “you might as well ask Mr Blobby” when asked to explain what would happen next on Brexit.
After impressing with his take on EU trade, host Andrea McLean asked him whether Theresa May would still be in a job by Christmas.
The answer could best be interpreted as: “Errrrrrrrrrrrrr.”
If the PM does go, Twitter seems to have the perfect replacement lined up.
Mr Blobby is the caretaker prime minister we need right now. Or he should be elevated to the Lords. pic.twitter.com/q0ixVus1Gr— Sam Burnett (@fakeSamBurnett) November 22, 2018