You won’t read a more Daily Mail letter than this ever
Well, if you do we’d really like to see it. Someone shared this correspondence to the Daily Mail and we think it’s the most Daily Mail letter we’ve ever read.
It’s from 2012 and was shared by Stig Abell on Twitter.
I’m sick of Melvyn Bragg, Hugh Grant, Joan Bakewell, and Anne Robinson. I’m sick of Vince Cable, the entire Labour shadow cabinet and all politicians.
I’m sick of squatters and travellers, pop music, British food, the BBC, surveillance cameras, my rotten pension, terrorists, Anglican bishops and having no money and I just want to die.
My country, which I loved, is ruined. It will never be happy again. It is all self, self, self, moan, moan, moan. I cannot wait to get out and rest in peace.
Now he didn’t mention Europe so we don’t know what he’d have made of Brexit.
— Stig Abell (@StigAbell) August 9, 2018
Love the wild miscellany of his distress. Were the Anglican bishops the last straw possibly?
— Jonathan Potts (@uccello_lirico) August 9, 2018
easily the best thing about this is the "it's all moan moan moan" https://t.co/kVPB67A2JK
— Josh Salisbury (@josh_salisbury) August 9, 2018
It’s the way the sub turned a letter from someone wanting to die into a cheery item with that jolly cross-head
— Seth Jacobson (@sethdjacobson) August 9, 2018
This was in 2012. The mad thing is I know Harry's a really big remainer… https://t.co/zCTIiRAyfS
— Imran (@imran_1) August 9, 2018
That’s what you get from too much time reading the Daily Mail!!
— Brexit Basher (@BashingBrexit) August 9, 2018
This is what people have taken to calling 'a mood' https://t.co/Qwb0zdpRT6
— Lauren Brown (@Laurenrbrown95) August 9, 2018
If anything, I think poor Harry is too upbeat/optimistic
— Paul Blanchard (@paulwrblanchard) August 9, 2018