Where have all the butterflies gone

 

Where have all the butterflies gone Mum? They have gone hunting for food and homes son. 

 

Was it Brexit? No nothing to do with that son despite the hysterical remoaners saying the sun would stop shining. No it's not that.

The wildflower meadows that were their homes, and the wildflower nectar that was their food have all gone. 

 

What can Boris do?   Nothing he has got his hands full with negotiating a Brexit trade deal with Monsieur Michel Barmier.

 

What can we do mum?   Nothing son. 

 

Could we grow a meadow in our lawn please mum, flowerpotman says it is easy to grow wildflowers.

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Comments: 8
  • #1

    chris wood (Sunday, 17 February 2019 15:21)

    I clicked on this link because I am VERY concerned about the loss of Butterfly Species in our local area, only to find a pathetic and idiotic reference to 'brexit'!
    We need to stay together for the sake of our dying planet.
    Please grow up!

  • #2

    mike (Monday, 15 April 2019 18:00)

    Get a life Chris (you little remoaner), how will staying in the eu save butterflies let alone the planet.

  • #3

    Boris (Thursday, 19 September 2019 14:26)

    I agree with Chris - I won't be visiting this site again

  • #4

    Mike (Thursday, 19 September 2019 20:04)

    Oh Boris, will miss you

  • #5

    DJ (Wednesday, 16 October 2019 14:40)

    Wow Mike, childish much? I don't think Chris has said anything to show how he voted, or to suggest Brexit and butterflies are related.

    I voted leave but this sort of idiocy is why the leave and remain voters hate each other. It's the same as people referrin to "teresa may-not" and "jacob reese-smug". It's just childish!

    Grow up.

  • #6

    Jeremy (Tuesday, 12 November 2019 20:15)

    like D Js bit "teresa may-not" and "jacob reese-smug". What about "Boris odds on".

  • #7

    Jacob (Tuesday, 12 November 2019 20:28)

    Thinking of sowing seeds to grow a wildflower lawn. Don't use Lidl wildflower mix, I did and got a garden full of flowers i didn't recognise (don't think butterflies would either). Had to pull em out to make way for native British wildflowers.

  • #8

    Flo (Wednesday, 29 January 2020 22:20)

    It's a fair point to say that the news has been full of nothing but Brexit, and meanwhile hardly anything at all about the loss of our pollinating insects. Sounds like hippy nonsense? All this talk of politics will be meaningless in 100 years, but the lack of food will not. No matter where you stand on the issues our grandchildren will not forgive us for letting our landscapes die and the food run out while we took our eyes off the ball.