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Why everyone should vote for us in Eurovision

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The Eurovision Song Contest is in one week’s time. You know what that means…

angry doctor

EVERYONE WILL MISS THE SERIES 7 FINALE OF DOCTOR WHO!

Haha. Yeah. Doctor Who will probably be shown earlier. But back to Eurovision. I have got a fun list as to why all the countries should vote for Britain and let us win for the first time in ages-

  • Iceland: Remember that volcano a couple of years ago? Yeah, that was from Iceland. So, to apologise for the inconvenience, it makes sense for Iceland to vote for Britain.
  • Sweden: IKEA is from Sweden. Sweden make the best meatballs. Sweden should vote for us or I won’t pay for any more meatballs from IKEA. Simple as.
  • Italy: I love Italian food. So, if they don’t vote for us, I’ll start eating boring British food. (No offence to British food.)
  • Finland: Spamelot, the musical adaptation of Monty Python’s Holy Grail, did a song about Finland. Finland should vote for us or we will ask Monty Python to write a song about another country.
  • Belgium & Switzerland: Both make chocolate and we make chocolate too. They should vote for us or we will make more chocolate and not sell Belgium or Swiss chocolate.
  • Ireland: We share the British Isles. That’s the only reason why they should vote for us.
  • France: They’re the closest country to us. We share the English Channel. If they don’t vote for us, we will send an army of moles to sink France because moles are COOL.
  • Spain and Germany: We learn Spanish and German at school. If they don’t vote for us, we will stop learning them.
  • Denmark: Shakespeare wrote a play about a Danish prince (Hamlet). If thy doth not vote, we won’t perform it.

That’s all the excuses I can think of. Hopefully we will win next week and it will be because of me!

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About epicduda

I'm 16 years old. I like animals, lasagne, comic books, films, role-playing games and Doctor Who. I write cool stuff - Doctor Who, science fiction, film reviews, and quirks about Britain. I have a blue-tongued skink called Georgy and a cat called Billy.

5 responses »

  1. How about: France – our entry is sung by Bonnie Tyler who once sang a song that had “France” in the title?

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  2. Hazel Bateman

    Here’s hoping we will win this time. The entry from Switzerland is composed of Salvation Army musicians.

    Reply

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