What has made Tim Farron happy today?

To make you laugh this lunchtime.

Tim Farron has just posted this on Twitter.

Someone had taken time out of their day to write to Viz, a Farron favourite, to say:

I walked past Lib Dem MP Tim Farron in London this afternoon and he was exactly the height I imagined him to be. All too often, politicians turn out to be a lot taller or shorter in real life than you expect so it was a refreshing change to see one exactly the height that I had envisaged. Well done, Tim.

Some people are easily pleased, but that is not a bad thing.

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One Comment

  • David Langshaw 12th Apr '23 - 12:32pm

    And not to be outdone, ALDC responded with a one word Tweet: Farronheight.

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