OhI would do what I have already done, fix a stiff drink, open the racing pages of the paper and forget about it, for the value of my own mental health.
It's over, the British society we knew has gone and isn't coming back and the vast majority of people in the UK seem perfectly content with this situation.
The British people voted for the Tory Party at the last election and gave them a thumping majority despite knowing that for a decade or more the Tory Party had as much connection with conservative ideology as Pizza Hut has with Italian cuisine.
The Home Secretary tells bare-faced lies to the public about all the harum-scarum changes she is going to make to the immigration and criminal justice systems. She earns great plaudits from the Daily Mail and from posters on this forum, and then sits back and watches as her officials thumb their noses at her and continue doing what they always did without fear of sanction.
A conservative chancellor elected on the basis of sound money ends up shaking the magic money tree that we were told didn't exist and fire-hoses free money at everyone without concern for the future.
The education secretary, despite having almost six months to come up with a plan suddenly finds he hasn't got a clue what he is supposed to do with A'level results in the middle of August.
And don't get me started on a conservative prime minister who oversees the greatest imposition of state power on the liberties of British people in peacetime all because he got a bad case of the flu.
And we still haven't got our oven-ready Brexit yet.
In the face of that the chief constable of Derbyshire's choice of hairstyle is the least of our concerns.
You're one of them.
Why go for getting one thing wrong when you can write a whole post of bottom lip wobbling nonsense.
Well done you.