Stuart Heritage writes :
“Admittedly, calling a boat Boaty McBoatface was a bad idea, voted for by idiots. But it was the British peoples idea. It was the British character writ large, and this cruel government killed it!
Boaty McBoatface was too beautiful to live. He was a rare and precious flower, simply not cut out for these ugly times. The British people created Boaty McBoatface. The British people created him after their own image, in a rush of optimism, deluding themselves that he was ever worth a damn. Boaty McBoatface was a perfect idea in an imperfect world. He was all that the British people were not. He was strong. He was resolute. Truly, he was Boaty McBoatface.
Boaty McBoatface is dead. The government killed him.”
Read the entire article at The Guardian