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Blue Valentine: Conservative pick-up lines

Feeling blue at the end of Valentine’s Day weekend? These imaginary pick up lines from Stephen Harper and some of his cabinet colleagues, courtesy of Ottawa artist Gabe Thirlwall (also known as Fish on Fridays), may cheer you up. The Valentines are from Thirlwall’s Political Circus puppet series.  

February 16, 2014

Feeling blue at the end of Valentine’s Day weekend?

These imaginary pick up lines from Stephen Harper and some of his cabinet colleagues, courtesy of Ottawa artist Gabe Thirlwall (also known as Fish on Fridays), may cheer you up. The Valentines are from Thirlwall’s Political Circus puppet series.

Stephen Harper's Valentine

Joe Oliver's Valentine

Jim Flaherty's Valentine

John Baird's Valentine

 

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