Weed smokers celebrate ANC ‘victory’

2011-05-18 14:59

A group of weed-smoking voters in Linden have decided that early celebrations were in order because it was a known fact that the ANC was going to win.

Sporting beer cans in one hand and weed pipes in the other, the group stood outside the Franklin D Roosevelt Primary School in Linden, Johannesburg, today, eager to party the night away.

“We finished vot(ing). You going to vote, no need ... Msholozi’s already won,” said Padlock Mahlangu.

“Comrade, this is celebration time. Come have a dop,” he said, offering a can of Castle Lager.

Nearby in a bakkie, plastered with ruling party posters, the group had several crates of liquor.

“We went early to the shebeen and cleared it out.

“We don’t need to wait for any announcements, we know already the ANC won.”

His companion, Prince Mbali, confidently said the ANC would take all the wards in Gauteng and defeat the other parties in the remaining eight provinces.

“You see, it’s because we have Julius on our side. Everyone knows he is the voice of our people and we will follow him.

“Those other parties are stupid. They are a joke.”

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