Mary Poppins on a minimum wage!

Written By: - Date published: 1:56 pm, July 27th, 2014 - 9 comments
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Funny or Die has Kristen Bell (from Veronica Mars) playing a perfect Mary Poppins quitting because she isn’t being paid enough to survive on.

I guess the peasants just aren’t prepared to starve as blindly as they did in the service of their ‘betters’ as they did in Edwardian era.

9 comments on “Mary Poppins on a minimum wage!”

  1. Zorr 1

    “Fuck it Mary! We gave you your spoonful of sugar! What more do you want from us? Does it look like we’re made of money?”

  2. karol 2


    Says it all.

  3. Macro 3


    love the “supercalifragilisticexpeallabullshit”

  4. ianmac 4

    Brilliant! She can sing well as well!

  5. Pete 5

    There’s nothing I’ve seen of Kristen Bell that suggests she’s anything but completely charming.

  6. Rightorleftwhocaresitsthesame 6

    Did anyone actually listen to what she’s saying? She’s making a pitch for parties such as ACT. Less tax, public health care etc… to increase the wage. This is not what everyone here has to going on about for the last… forever. Then she goes on to say how “they can’t afford to contribute to their kid’s college funds”. Come on people. It’s too early on a Monday to lose my sense of humour by pointing out the freakin’ obvious.

  7. Tracey 7


  8. KDC could employ her, he has a thing about overseas nannies.
    It wouldn’t be too good for qualified local staff if he bought another one in, but in for three in for four.

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