POSTED: Thursday 14 April, 1500BST
There's been a strange rewriting of history on a Conservative blog.
Iain Dale, the candidate for Norfolk North has a popular site, mainly focused on the day-to-day quirkiness of constituency campaigning.
And earlier this morning, it also had a silly variant on his party's hand-written campaign posters.
The top poster was replaced by the bottom
The Telegraph and the Today programme found it amusing enough to merit brief mention, but someone clearly wasn't laughing.
As soon as a wider audience got to hear of this rather inoffensive squib, it disappeared, to be replaced by a rather anodyne on-message version.
Have the Conservatives not learned from Ed Matts? In the digital age, where everything is stored somewhere, you can't take anything back: even a silly joke.
So it's votes for drinks now, is it? That's good enough for me - thanks Michael, mine's a pint!
Harry Lee, London, England
I'm not surprised the party ordered it removed. God forbid a candidate should show a trace of humanity!
David Patrick, Reading, UK
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