Earlier today HuffPost UK Politics posted a funny picture to Facebook of Labour leader Ed Miliband busting a fairly strong pose.
The photo was taken during a public meeting with local community activists and undecided voters at the Isa Money Centre in Motherwell, Scotland.
Here's the post:
The striking pose came a day after Ed appeared on BBC1's Andrew Marr show, claiming Labour was the only party with "the right answers" to the problems facing Britain.
He was also asked by Marr whether or not he was indeed 'Red Ed'. Ed bit back. "Old-fashioned socialism was about wholesale nationalisation.. that is not what I am about."
Oooh, get you.
We expected that our witty readers to leave some mock macho comments poking fun at Miliband's rapper-style stance. What we got was a million times better.
This clever chap Chris Khushi Sharp penned a whole new version of the Fresh Prince of Belair lyrics. They are brilliant.
Please compare Chris's Miliband version here:
In North London, born and raised,
Reviewing films is how I spent most of my days,
Chillin' out, maxin', relaxin', all cool, reading further maths each day after school,
Went to Oxford, that's when things got rad, got into socialism, just like my dad,
Protested rent hikes against my den, worked as a journo, fighting with my pen, within a few years I was working for Tony Benn, never learnt as much as I did then.
Brown promoted me, no one knows what for, but I soon sat on my throne as the Price of Labour."
To this original version:
In west Philadelphia born and raised,
On the playground was where I spent most of my days,
Chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool and all shootin some b-ball outside of the school,
When a couple of guys who were up to no good started making trouble in my neighbourhood,
I got in one little fight and my mom got scared She said 'You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel Air'
Mr Khushi Sharp, we salute you.