A Slap On The Cap For Suburbia

 

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In this week’s Supurbia, the team get a celebrity-fuelled welcome in London. And you know what happens when an American comic goes to the UK, they get things wrong.

Now, while the “bloody hell that is so awesome” sounds a little problematic, a fusion of speaking styles, we’ll let that slide. London is all about fusion.

And as we all know, British police officers are about twelve these days. He seems rather old for the job, But, you know, it could be another sign of Tory cuts…

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Cap? Cap?

What policeman would refer to such headgear as a “cap”? It’s a helmet!

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This is a helmet. essex_police_cap_1990__mid This is a cap.

And the policeman’s helmet is far more useful when it comes to constructing cheap sexual innuendo. Which looks like it might be about to come in useful.

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“Looks like she’s about to polish his helmet.”

See how easy that was?

For shame, Suburbia, for shame.

Suburbia is published today from Boom! Comics.

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