How an elderly lady became the unlikeliest hero – a play in three acts
Lecturer Dan O’Hara has shared three photos that explain why he has a new hero, and we see his a point.
I have a new hero and yet again it's a little old lady with a walking stick pic.twitter.com/RnQH1nfqv1
— Dan O'Hara (@skeuomorphology) August 8, 2019
Let’s take a closer look at that, shall we?
Chalk Activist Woman – or something catchier than that – has become a hero for quite a few people, and these were our favourite reactions.
Find this woman so we can make her our Queen. /Kelly. https://t.co/ITwqBeGEcv
— Guilty Feminist (@GuiltFemPod) August 9, 2019
Punk never dies. https://t.co/CMC8WCt9eU
— 🍄 Sam Santala (@SamSantala) August 9, 2019
Good for her. She’s not a little old lady though, she’s a woman with a strong opinion and a piece of chalk.
— Pie-Eater Esq (@jamesclossick) August 9, 2019
Our world needs more ladies like that one. https://t.co/MCdcDzJDbR
— Han Solo Jagger 🌊🌞🎸 (@Solo_Unfiltered) August 11, 2019
5. Labour MEP Julie Ward had a message for everyone.
We older women are very dangerous to society – we’re not afraid to spell out th truth! Brexit is s**t https://t.co/Kvnq3YBRVf
— Julie Ward MEP 🌍🌹🇪🇺✊🌿🌈 (@julie4nw) August 10, 2019
Finally, screenwriter, Jon Reed had a sneaking suspicion …
Theresa May’s gone rogue. https://t.co/9FN0pSWCb6
— Jon Reed (@jonreed) August 11, 2019
Now, is that better or worse than running through fields of wheat?