Sunny days ahead

political advert

Here is a little bit of Dunglish to brighten up municipal election day in the Netherlands. It was the first time I got to vote, as non-Dutch citizens are allowed to vote in these elections. D66 stills sounds like the ingredient of an XTC pill to me. I can’t be bothered to look up their party origins and I saw enough of their lame ass adverts on telly. I do admire their sloppy attempt at getting the ‘expat’ vote. Worst of all, I don’t get the joke. Will they make a deal with God and order good weather? Will they fit all bars with nice tellies? Supply the beer and crips? What? No comprendo, voted for other folks. So ‘terras’ that, D66.

2 Responses to “Sunny days ahead”

  1. Larry says:

    Perennial also-rans, founded in (surprise!) 1966 as Democraten ’66.

    Possibly something to do with cafés and bars being allowed to have their doors and windows open in good weather without being fined for noise violations because of music, TVs, etc. Maybe not.

    Ugh, ‘terras’. Not ‘terrace’ either, people: patio. PATIO!

  2. Natashka says:

    I shouldn’t have to guess what their political slogan means 🙂

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