The Labour party faithful are slowly smashing their heads against the wall thanks to incessant text messages and emails from leadership candidates.
This has inadvertently created a nonstop torrent of spam text messages and emails to already demoralised party members who never really wanted to have a dozen messages from candidates they've never heard of before.
It's causing existential despair for some new members, who are responding by cancelling their memberships in a desperate attempt to avoid being texted repeatedly at bedtime with promises of hot new David Lammy videos.
It has at least given rise to the trend of screengrabbing snarky responses to leadership candidate you dislike.
Some Labour members are using the automated texts as part of a desperate search for personal connection in a lonely world.
Worst of all is when people feel their phone buzz and sneakily check it at work and the message is not even grammatically correct.
Some people say their inbox now only consists of Labour-related emails.
Other party members are averaging three emails every 40 minutes from Labour candidates.
Basically all this engagement is doing is training Labour party members in the use of their spam and trash folders.
As a result, some people recommend you invest in new email filing software before joining the party.
Essentially, if you sign up to be a Labour party member you will never achieve the goal of inbox zero.
In an innovative move, some Labour candidates are trying to spread the spam burden by spamming their members to encourage them to *pass on* their spam to Conservative politicians.
Things became particularly weird when June Sarpong, who's currently appearing on ITV's Loose Women, started popping up on people's phones asking them to watch David Lammy videos.
One Labour supporter told BuzzFeed News the barrage of texts is causing concern among older supporters.
"I was out for a drink with my dad the other week," they said, "and he looked up from his phone and said, 'Who is June Sarpong?'
"I said, 'She was a TV presenter 10 years ago, Dad.'
"And he asked, 'Why is she texting me?'"
People are desperate, trying absolutely anything to escape the vortex of TV stars pushing Labour candidates on their personal phone numbers.
They are now just happy when anything other than a Labour leadership email arrives on their phone.
And the lead singer of Everything But the Girl is missing Labour emails like the deserts miss the rain.
The spam has now reached a peak with sometime reality TV star Nancy Dell'Olio emailing members with emoji-laden offers to take part in a Strictly Come Dancing-style competition with Labour MP Ben Bradshaw.
"Is everyone at Labour HQ on glue??"
Basically, we are now at the point where Labour is largely a front for marketing companies.
Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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