Minions file ‘cease and desist’ against Facebook users

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The minions are fed up of your tedious minion memes.

The army of once-funny yellow creatures have sought legal counsel, in order to finally put an end to the thoroughly tedious practice of putting their image next to a thoroughly unfunny “joke” or thoroughly uninspiring inspirational quote.

“Enough of this shit,” squeaked 38-year-old minion, Simon Williams.

“We’re amusing side-characters from a popular film franchise, not props for your pathetic attempts to look interesting.

“I saw a photo of myself the other day next to the phrase ‘some people just need to be high-fived in the face with a chair’, which isn’t only a tired old gag, but it’s a level of physical assault that is thoroughly alien to me as an adorable children’s character.”

Tedious Facebook user, Elizabeth King, said “well, I still think those memes are funny.

“The other day I saw a minion meme that said ‘you don’t have to be mad to work here, but it helps’ and I damn near fell off my chair laughing.

“Those are the kind of hilarious things that get me through the day – well, that and the heroin, obviously.”