An MP’s ovens became the internet’s hot topic – our 18 favourite burns
There are at least four ovens in that photograph, which is three ovens more than most people have, and three ovens more than you need to bake a Victoria sponge. https://t.co/GZ5AjAzR2P
— Another Angry Woman (@stavvers) May 14, 2019
Can someone explain to me how everyone is losing their minds about the 4 ovens in this photo of James Brokenshire not his face?! pic.twitter.com/hqWtCCsHnc
— Unnamed Insider (@Unnamedinsider) May 14, 2019
"Four Ovens" pic.twitter.com/tFhzuE96Kv
— John Rain CBE (@MrKenShabby) May 14, 2019
Your honour I submit this photo into evidence which proves the defendant has FOUR OVENS and that he is GUILTY AF https://t.co/19q840yizk
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) May 14, 2019
"James, why do you have 4 ovens?"
— Amema Hack (@AmemeHack) May 14, 2019
Some people spotted an anomaly.
I can’t be the only person to be distracted by the fact the ovens tell different times pic.twitter.com/RXtseux24R
— Jane Merrick (@janemerrick23) May 14, 2019
Flexing on the ovenless plebs like pic.twitter.com/LS7vOAXZ9H
— Gregor Schwayer (@gremisch) May 14, 2019
Apparently James Brokenshire's kitchen is so big his double ovens are in two different time zones https://t.co/n6RUaI5GOq
— Ben Glaze (@benglaze) May 14, 2019
Times diarist Jack Blanchard suggested that this might not have been the best use of the UK’s time.
Donald Tusk: Do not waste this time.
*One month later*
British politics: James Brokenshire has HOW MANY OVENS?
— Jack Blackburn (@HackBlackburn) May 14, 2019
Bonus: After all that, it seemed he had been telling porkies about more than how many ovens he owns.
ICYMI, that’s a four year old cake…
In fairness, it looks alright. https://t.co/BOecSDOC4g
— Mikey Smith (@mikeysmith) May 14, 2019