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After any election somebody announces the strange fact that a number of papers were spoiled. This makes the rest of us wonder exactly what it is that the Spoiler does to the ballot paper which renders it a non-vote. The term 'spoiled' is so mild that we might imagine that an extra crease had been introduced during the folding, or that a greasy thumb print had appeared. However, Peopleguide has an exclusive from an inside source on some of the Spoiler's favourite tricks.
1 make anagrams out of candidates names
2 write: "If I met the current PM I'd show them the meaning of the word cross."
3 fold the paper into a miniature paper hat
4 give the paper too many presents (think about it)
5 take the paper away to be re-cycled and re-present it as a bus ticket