Three years ago today Ed Balls tweeted his own name. And Ed Balls Day was born.
Don’t see why we should have to go to work on #EdBallsDay– we need another bank holiday.
— Tully Hartigan (@belindawebb) April 28, 2014
I used to love #EdBallsDaywhen I was a kid but now the magic has gone. I’m not even going to bother with a tree this year.
— Chris Sandi (@drofidnas) April 28, 2014
Never understood why we celebrate #EdBallsDay: it’s an essentially American celebration after all.
— Paul Bernal (@PaulbernalUK) April 28, 2014
#EdBallsDayseems to come earlier each year.
— Primly Stable (@PrimlyStable) April 28, 2014
#EdBallsDaywas invented by the card shops, it’s another way for them to make money.
— Ben Unsworth (@benunsworth) April 28, 2014
They’ve had an Ed Balls grotto in our local shopping centre since January. People are forgetting the real meaning of #EdBallsDay
— Alistair Coleman (@scaryduck) April 28, 2014
Woke up this morning to find coal in my #EdBallsDaystocking
— Robyn Vinter (@RobynVinter) April 28, 2014
— Tom Wilson (@feedthedrummer) April 27, 2014
How are we all celebrating #EdBallsDay? Have you all got your EdBalls Eggs?
— Sean Murricane (@SeanMurricane) April 28, 2014
Yet another event I have to get cards for #edballsday
— Elliot Page (@Elliot__Page) April 28, 2014
— Humphrey Cushion (@humphreycushion) April 28, 2014
— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) April 28, 2014
Ed Balls to each and every one of you. #edballsday
— Andy Shaw (@RedAndy54) April 28, 2014
Michelle Dinan #EdBallsDay
— Michelle Dinan (@MichelleDinan) April 28, 2014
Happy Ed Balls Day to all practicing and non-practicing Ed Balls. #EdBallsDay
— James Phillips (@JamesAnstee) April 28, 2014
Its #EdBallsDay. Don’t go wild kids, remember- a Milliband is for life, not just for Ed Balls’ Day
— Alasdair Taylor (@AWTaylor83) April 28, 2014