FINLAND! The Party Conference Education Speech Drinking Game™
But. Just in case you wanted to watch them again when the DVD comes out at Christmas ('Now that's what I call a conference education speech volume 33'), here's a game that you can play with all the family: FINLAND! The Party Conference Education Speech Drinking Game™ . Simply start the evening with a full table of ASDA's finest hootches and moonshines, charged glasses, and press play. Last person standing wins a lifetime supply of ennui and schadenfreude.
Let's Play FINLAND!™
|'This green tea's a queer bubbly, wot?'|
A flagship school is mentioned: take a sip
Says 'I've been up and down the country, and people are telling me...': take a sip
Uses phrase 'And what I say to these people is this....': take a sip
Professed socialist with offspring in private school takes the stand: take a sip
Speaker from private school talking about state education: take a sip. Tut.
Speaker refers to the scarcity of 500 year-old oak trees in their childhoods: take a gulp, and look up 'odd' in dictionary
Somebody falls weeping to the ground, touching Stephen Twigg's hem to be healed: empty glass of communion wine
Michael Gove shows a millisecond of self-doubt: empty glass, replay, freeze frame
|'So I said to Mitchell, take the p***, it'll be a laugh..'|
Bored cameraman attempts to find attractive delegate- fails: Take a drink and email Guardian
Bored cameraman attempts to find attractive delegate- succeeds: Take a drink, turn back to the right channel
Speaker suggests link between Free Schools and National Socialism: Take a schnapps; salute
Gove refers to Unions as 'Dem Babylon': select a bottle, drain to the hilt
Specific teaching method disparaged as Victorian by someone who has never taught: drink bowl of own tears
Attempts to mangle a joke out of the word 'PISA': drink continuously until sentence is finished
|'I endorse this brew. Give me the launch codes.'|
Finland is mentioned: drink EVERYTHING on the table!
*Thanks to @captainrobs for inspiration
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