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March 5, 2018 | by  | in *News* News |
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Amy Adams Yet to Master the Art of Pulling Out

Much like the guy you took home against your better judgement during O-Week, Amy Adams cannot be trusted to pull out.

Simon Bridges has been announced as the new leader of the National Party, with fashion icon Paula Bennett beating Adams to the Deputy position. Balls-deep ‘til the bitter end, sources tell Salient that Adams might have secured the deputy spot, if only she knew when to pull out.

Adams could have benefited from following the example of ex-Party Leader Bill English, who is evidently a practised hand when it comes to the pull-out method.

“Bill knows all about pulling out at the right time,” says Vice President of the Politics Society and expert in the withdrawal method Chris Nixon. “He is Catholic after all.”

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