The super-reality of superinjunctions

Enough speculation on the hazy grey, twilight world of superinjunctions. Here’s the reality.

We the people are being kept in the dark. Over the years, the high court has quietly been coming up with greater and greater reporting restrictions such that no-one dare even own up to their existence. But in the interests of free speech and at great personal risk I’ve decided to blow the whistle on the whole lot:-

Injunction: you can’t talk about something that happened

Superinjunction: you can’t talk about the person who did the thing that you can’t talk about

Superadjunction: you can’t talk about anything related to the person who did the thing you can’t talk about

Superconjunction: you can’t talk about anything else that may have happened to anyone else if it overlaps in any way with the person who did the thing you can’t talk about

Superconjection: you can’t speculate about the possibility that someone might have done something that you might not be able to talk about

Superconduction: you can’t pass through the same dimensional plane of existence as someone who might have done something that you might not be able to talk about

Superunction: you must fawn at the feet of the person you can’t talk about who did the thing you can’t talk about

Superflunktion: you must become a toadying, periwigged servant of the person you can’t talk about who did the thing you can’t talk about

Superumbunction: you must go to the sort of parties where feeding bottles, adult nappies and paddle-spankings are the norm in order to entertain the person you can’t talk about who did the thing that you can’t talk about, and thereby become part of something that is done by the person you can’t talk about when they do things you can’t talk about

Superupthejunction: you are so involved with the person you can’t talk about in doing the sorts of things you can’t talk about that it’s time to get your own superinjunction so that no-one else can talk about them either.

Hyperinjunction: you can’t reveal any of the above. Oops.

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