During this pandemic the government has shown that it's very much into slogans - specifically slogans that come in groups of three. STAY HOME > PROTECT THE NHS > SAVE LIVES, which has now been replaced with STAY ALERT > CONTROL THE VIRUS > SAVE LIVES.
That new slogan has been widely mocked and criticised because it means absolutely nothing. Alertness doesn't stop the spread of a virus, and it certainly can't be controlled like that. So how that spreads lives has bewildered every single person - including Boris himself judging from the mess that was Sunday night's speech.
But can you do any better? Because you can generate your own slogans with a nifty little generator that's hit the web, and it throws together random slogans to produce something that may or may not make more sense than the official government version.
— Amy Goodchild (@amygoodchild) May 11, 2020
Here are some I've made already:
I'd panic if I had nine creme eggs up my bum too. Not that you'll be able to find any now Easter has been and gone.
Especially important if the dog is muddy.
I call this one the 'Donald Trump approach':
This one just about sums up Boris's speech:
Though sometimes there is some genuinely good advice coming through:
Some of them are just downight random, though:
If you have to take anything from this before you go generating your own slogans, make sure it's this one: