Well, last week’s challenge threw up some interesting options. It also lent weight to the idea that a number of you have deep psychological issues and quite a bit of pent up anger, bitterness and frustration. I loved it!
The top three suggestions for who to lock up for crimes against humanity are as follows:
3rd place – Susie for suggesting George Lucas after the sale of Lucasfilm to Disney because… of what might happen! She wants him locked up for a crime yet to be committed! How ultra liberal of you!
2nd place – Kate for suggesting Paul McCartney for his crime of Wings. Completely justified and I admire your restraint for not listing his other crimes such as the Frog Chorus and Pipes of Peace!
1st place – Dulcie for suggesting her own daughter for the crime of making her the mother of a teenager. So Dulcie wants to lock up her daughter for something that was entirely Dulcie’s fault! Kudos!
As it was so much fun picking at your delicate psyches, I’d like to continue in the same vein this week. What would you do to them once you have locked them up? I want your creative tortures!
In The Men Who Stare at Goats, the western allies in the Iraq war are accused of torturing prisoners by playing Barney on an eternal loop. But you can do better than that! Come on, what would you do?
Would you lock someone in a room with only Dan Brown books to read?
Would you play continuous musical theatre numbers?
Or would show the Jeremy Kyle show back to back forever? Actually, that might make your prisoner realise there are people worse off in the world!
So, Friday Funners, there’s your challenge – how would you torture your prisoner? (How Smashie and Nicey was that?)
By the way, this is not just restricted to or an extension of last week’s efforts. Let’s have some new stuff too! For example, if you were to lock up a rugby player would you torture them by showing them unending footage of footballers diving and feigning injury?
Creative tortures people – let’s have ’em!
Away you go! Take part! Get involved!
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