A parliament of owls, a murder of crows, a rabble of butterflies… Collective nouns are wonderful things, don’t you think?
So too is political satire, and although we think it’s very cheeky and the public should show far more respect to Madam Speaker, we had to share these clever tweets offering up suggestions for the collective noun that best describes a group of Bronwyn Bishops.
— Sir Leigh Bastard (@RustyAway) July 21, 2015
— inbetweenspaces (@inbetweenspaces) July 21, 2015
A swindle of Bronwyns #BishopCollectiveNoun
— That other Jo (@love0ntoast) July 21, 2015
— TwoEyeHead (@TwoEyeHead) July 21, 2015
an extravagance of Bishops #BishopCollectiveNoun
— STRNIU (@Eschertology) July 21, 2015
A liability of bishops #BishopCollectiveNoun
— Jackie McMillan (@MissDissentEats) July 21, 2015
A surplus of bishops #BishopCollectiveNoun
— M'Lady Mallott (@mallottk) July 21, 2015
— Kiera (@KieraGorden) July 21, 2015
An entitlement of Bishops. #BishopCollectiveNoun
— Pearson In The Wind (@LukeLPearson) July 21, 2015
What’s your favourite? Do you have a suggestion?