Australian Defence Force recruitment problem solved

A man cleaning off graffiti at Camberwell train station has made a suggestion that could save the Australian government millions in advertising and recruiting. When questioned how to stop graffiti he replied, “I’d put them in the army!” revealing classified information hidden from the general public for many years; young people that spray paint walls […]

A man cleaning off graffiti at Camberwell train station has made a suggestion that could save the Australian government millions in advertising and recruiting. When questioned how to stop graffiti he replied, “I’d put them in the army!” revealing classified information hidden from the general public for many years; young people that spray paint walls are actually highly trained killers.

An exclusive leakage from inside Canberra by our insider Dodgy Prostate shows how for years successive governments have known the fighting qualities of graffiti artists but have not deployed them overseas to help the U.S in various ill-fated wars killing innocent civilians.

“This is just another example of mainstream politicians hoodwinking us. Instead of branding these young Australians as criminals we should be helping them get out there and do what they do best- kill people,” said celebrity fish and chipper Pauline Hanson.

Graffiti artists across Australia are rejoicing that their unique brand of Ninja-like skills are finally being recognised by important members of society such as guys with a paintbrush and Ms. Hanson.

 

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