It's a hard life
TEWKESBURY – England – According to a benefits single mother with eleven children all from different fathers, the £500,000, seven bedroom taxpayer funded house, purpose-built for her, is not enough and she may need a bigger house with larger stables to accommodate her horses.
“People with jobs need to work harder so they can pay for extra stables in our lavish grounds,” Shazza Munter, 34, told the BBC.
People around Britain who break their backs working to pay tax were urged to work harder so that thousands of benefits families can have a better lifestyle.
“Well, there’s the swimming in the morning, then I have brunch, after that I do some intense Nintendo workouts on one of our 45 inch 3D tellys, then I have a bit of high tea, naturally laced with 110% proof vodka. By 3.30 pm I usually ride my horses, and then each child has their own taxi back from the local school. Dinner is served in front of each child’s own television and computer. We have to take a taxpayer funded holiday every three months because it’s hard living like this, innit? We’re off to Tuscany next week,”
The government needs to urgently raise more funds to cater for the thousands of benefits families who have never worked a day in their lives to live a life of enduring luxury.
“It is imperative that working taxpayers work harder so they can pay the bill for these benefit families. Just think, every bead of sweat on your forehead and every penny you make every day is going towards their joy and happiness. Enjoy!” a Minister at the Department of Work and Pensions said yesterday.
“Looks like it’s longer hours and less pay for you’se lot, innit,” Ms Munter said laughing, as she rode into the sunset on her horse.