May 9th, 2011

Rich & Mark’s Monday Morning View


219 Comments

  1. 1
    Doc Trough says:

    A gentleman does not discuss his Sapphic offences.

    • 8
      More fucking sleaze says:

      MG Rover ? Did those two C U NTS Blair and Brown not have something to do with that ?

      • 13
        Lonely Realist says:

        What fuckups did those two C U N T S not have something to do with?

      • 53
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        Yes indeedy they did with our old friend Stephen Byers who sold them the company for £10
        then gave them nearly £700,000,000 of our money to keep it going
        because there was an election due !

        http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1212803/MG-Rover-Labours-role-car-firms-demise.html

        • 86
          vote no to av,vote no to sandal wearers says:

          Of course it was ed milibands paymasters who bust rover,so it was the least labour could do-the scum

        • 163
          Railtrack says:

          You forgot to mention the theft of Railtrack from shareholders by Labour*, who re-branded it Network Rail, gave a massive increased subsidy, which went on installing Labour stooges into the “not for profit” board.

          * No compensation for the shareholders because Labour claimed it was fair do, you could lose your money just like every other shareholder…. except every other shareholder does not get their company stolen by the government.

    • 18
      Firm Aide says:

      So who is the Red Head?

    • 23
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      He does use AV for his marital arrangements as well.

      • 211
        ron Vibentrop says:

        Huhne claims to be hetrosexual while shacking up with a dyke who shafts his arse to satisfy his gay urges. Pity poor Hughes wife who has to kiss the cock gobbler when he comes how with his ruby red lips moistened by a rent boy

    • 38
      Adolf Balls says:

      Mein Lieber Freuds-O zee you have no idea of yje origin of this cock;s name?
      Vee haf ways you know-Huhn in German=CHICKEN-would this be appropriate?

      Sieg Huhne!

    • 48
      Up sh1t creek says:

      A gentleman does not run to the courts for a superinjunction, and a decent House of Commons speaker does not protect these people when an MP attempts to use Parliamentary Privilege to break these disgusting court orders.

    • 62
      Anonymous says:

      Is it true or like Dave and Osborne taking (or used) cocaine, it is a lie?

      • 73
        Nemo says:

        But they did not inhale or was the someone else?

        • 83
          Anonymous says:

          Its all lies, even though looking at the policies they are implementing it seems to be high on some thing. Its also a lie like one has a family (he is gay, wife like powerful men, kids from some one else) to get votes.

        • 140
          Snowy says:

          who cares what someone did in thier youth……. ?

          Its what they do when mature adults that the real key.

          Red Ed – had two kids out of wedlock (bastards) – and then sought to stab his brother in the back to try to get them into No.10

          Thats someone not thinking for the long term…… doh!

  2. 2
    Elliott Morley says:

    Would you like to share my Cell ?

  3. 3

    Is that the lesbian in the passenger seat? the hairy chest gives it away.

  4. 4
    Down With Brown! says:

    Chris Huhne and Jacqui Smith.

  5. 5
    Down With Brown! says:

    Have fun:

    http://twitter.com/#!/InjunctionSuper

    The one about Jemina Khan is wrong.

    • 35
      Andy Gray says:

      The one about Schneider is hilarious. Maybe that’s why he got so involved in the AV ‘Yes’ campaign – a nice bit of masochism over an extended period of time…

      • 44
        z List says:

        Never heard of him before or Hugh Bonneville.

        • 69
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          Schneider was mentioned the other day. He’s a very ugly bloke who appears on various comedy shows.
          Unlike 21st century “celebs” the ratio of profile:talent appears reasonable.

          Talking of which “football player shags reality TV contestant”. eh? who cares.

        • 72
          Dick the Prick says:

          What’s wrong with shagging a whore?

          • Working Girl says:

            It’s what we’re here for, ducks

          • Infuriated of West Mids says:

            Well, personally it leaves a nasty taste in my mouth. But it’s when you start getting them to shag *you* that it all gets a little too weird.

      • 102
        Anonymous says:

        Schneider is so unfathomably ugly that he probably has to pay double for his spanky-wankies. Even then I bet the girls insist he puts a bag over his head.

    • 93
      I laughed until I stopped says:

      Carole Malone in yesterdays NOTW seemed to be taking a leaf out of G███o’s book by running an article about Marr right alongside a totally unconnected but mysteriously pointless article about another celeb.

      • 174
        Anonymous says:

        The Sunday Mail also had a big arrow pointing at Hugh Bonneville wondering why he’d barely mentioned his wife during a recent interview and suggesting he should take a leaf out of Ryan Giggs’ book – a role model for happy families and fidelity. None too subtle.

    • 201
      Airey Belvoir says:

      Jemima’s public, vehement denial about taking out a super-injunction could well be a classic misdirection technique, if it is Clarkson, not her, who has taken one out. He takes it and keeps quiet, she is able to deny it.

  6. 6
    Young Tim says:

    what a c’unt

  7. 7
    Aunt Hilda says:

    he gets his from his lesbo partner who studied with sarah brown at the 12 incher training school at the ‘Putting Your Man in his Place Institute. Yvette couldn’t get on the course but is a natural anyway as Ed will testify.

  8. 9
    What a Huhne says:

    Is that meant to be Carine Trim Ming Ham next to him?

  9. 11
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    I find these cartoons more interesting by trying to decode the picture elements. They’re certainly not funny.

    What’s the Jap flag doing in the background?
    Who is the hippy with the crepey chest?
    Why has Huhne got a quarter of orange sticking out of his head?
    What is the significance of the background buildings being the south western corner of Cadogan Square?
    Why does the car appear to have two flat tyres on the offside, giving the vehicle a lurch to the right?
    Why does the ambient light appear to come from two separate directions?

    • 167
      MrAngry61 says:

      The left half of the background appears to be Piccadilly Circus (taken from Lower Regent Street?).

      Wonder if Rich & Mark are alluding to any proclivities that Hulne may have?

  10. 12
    trip dickwell III says:

    Is that car crash or a cartoon? Fuck these Rich and Mark fuckers are fucking terrible. Fuck.

    • 50
      Nemo says:

      Trouble these days most our beloved leaders are basically not known, their faces are not recognised so they have trouble seeing their caricatures in “cartoons” especially in M & R’s

  11. 14
    Cynic says:

    Chris who?

  12. 15
    BBCunt says:

    For the foreseeable future we shall be headlining every day with how the evil Tories have ruined the poor little LibDems by forcing them into a coalition then not giving them everything they want.

    • 27
      In an alternative dimension somewhere just off Wood Lane says:

      “It is of course self-evident from the May 2010 General Elections that nobody voted Tory in sufficient numbers to give them a mandate for their “disastrous nation wrecking” policies and that the Libdems from now on must be the senior partners in the Coalition and after last Thhursday given their resounding success at the polls and in the AV referendum that they fully expect to take the lead from now on and that Nick Clegg will now chair ALL Cabinet meetings with David Cameron taking a subordinate role to Nick and that ALL policies will be cleared through Clegg’s Office before being announced….”

      • 33
        Hugh Janus says:

        Have I got this right? Wasn’t it only last week when the Limp Dums, the junior partner (by a very long way) in the coalition were kicked all around the polling stations on not one but two counts, where the electorate told them where to get off on both? Thus demonstrating so very clearly that they are completely out of touch with the electorate? And as a reward for such a catastrophic misjudgement Cast Iron Dave, when told to jump by this bunch of clowns, is already asking how high and how often?

        Talk about rewarding failure! The bigger the electoral balls up, the greater the reward it would seem.

        DC needs to grow a pair and tell Clegg that a coalition agreement is one thing, but being held to ransom on this scale is entirely another. So tell the LDs to sling their hook and, if they walk, (and that’s a very big if because they are drunk on power they simply cannot handle) then call a general election pronto, thus consigning these incompetent upstarts to a very long spell in the political wilderness.

        Sorry, I forgot, this is David Supine-Cameron we are talking about, so fill ‘yer boots, lads, help yourselves, everything is up for grabs….

        • 40
          Tessa Tickles says:

          “The bigger the electoral balls up, the greater the reward”

          Civil-service motto.

          • Think Dave is just waiting for the Limp/Dums to implode and then call an a snap election. They have to do it, or it will be the “evil Tories.” He stands a good chance of winning outright. How soon will the boundaries be redrawn fairly this time?

      • 56
        Nemo says:

        Cleggy wants to get himself sorted out and decide what he wants, he got into bed with the tories, their tactics are well known, he has to play his tactics by their rules, it might just be starting to dawn on him, he is in politics.

        • 97
          Clegg & Co need slapping down says:

          Well one thing he won’t do is walk out of the Coalition into political oblivion for both him and his party.

          Cameron needs to firstly tell Clegg to get the likes of Huhne,Cable,Hughes and Ashdown to shut the fuck-up and accept they lost the AV Referendum due to the incompetence of the YES Campaign not Tory dirty tricks(if they want dirty tricks they should try walking away from the Coalition)

          Cameron should not concede anything to the Libdems(he doesn’t need to)they signed a Coalition Agreement stick to it or walk and if they want to walk away let ‘em cos’ the Tory grassroots are just itching to have a go at them…I can see the headlines now Libdems put Party before Country;they were totally out of touch with reality; LibDem Ministers on ego-trip;right until the last Cameron tried to be reasonable but the LibDems weren’t having it;LibDems totally untrustworthy etc etc.

          Clegg needs to realise that he’s a loser like the rest of his party and either shut up or fuck off nobody in the Tory Party apart from Dave gives a flying fuck if they flounce off or not.We’ll take our chances in a General Election..we may lose but one things for sure the LibDems will be finished as a party for a generation if not forever

          • Logan says:

            “accept they lost the AV Referendum due to the incompetence of the YES Campaign”

            No, they lost because it was a shit idea that the people of this country could not give a fuck about. Electoral reform NEVER came up on the doorstep during the election at all. It was a non-issue. Our relationship with the EU was much more of an issue, but even that was low down on the nation’s agenda.

            Firstly people know that the economy was fucked and they want it fixing! They know that labour were on an authoritarian control freak mission and wanted their traditional liberties protecting, not given away. They want schools, hospitals, the police and councils run properly, effectively and efficiently.

            Nobody gave about AV at the time of the election. Frankly it is insulting that we have even had this referendum instead of the one we NEED to have about membership of the EU.

            However the one ray of light cast by this referendum, is it showed these delusional arrogant lefty so-called “progressives” that they do NOT inhabit the real world and they are just a tiny minority who the rest of the nation would wish would just fuck off.

    • 91
      They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

      Whilst totalling ignoring the grumblings in the PLP about the lisping J’oos obvious shyteness at winning elections in Labour scroungers heartland

      • 193
        Logan says:

        They are even ignoring every labour member of Parliament who has admitted that the English council results were shite result for labour. Yet any tosspot councillor who wants to attack the coalition had a camera shoved in their face.

        As someone posted on a previous thread and image clearly showing the BBCs opinion immediately prior to the counts beginning. It showed a bad night for labour would be only gaining 800 seats. a good night for the tories would be losing less than 600 seats but they were projecting a loss of about 800-1000.

        The tories had a GREAT night. Bettering the great result that they achieved in 2007. The BBC never expected that.

  13. 16
    Vic Price says:

    The Huhne still doesn’t seem to have grasped this AV concept properly.

  14. 19
    albacore says:

    Dear me.
    It’s a good job that the LibDems still have stout fellows like Mike Hancock, Commander of the Order of The British Empire, to keep up their standards.

  15. 22
    labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    Fair play to usually dire cartoons, this is a good joke with recognisable character.

    On another note: unions are condeming latest findings that public sector pay is 17 per cent higher than private sector, and if taken on an hourly basis it is 35 per cent higher!

    The unions say, wait for it, that they are “trying to create divisions in society” !!!

    And people pay these fuks money.

    • 59
      Nemo says:

      We in the NHS management are worth the money, aren’t we? Well we think we are worth it, if you want decent management you have to pay just like the private sector.

      • 117
        smoggie says:

        Or, if we pay ourselves like what they get in the private sector, then we might get mistaken for decent management.

        • 158
          AC1 says:

          The thing about the private sector v the extortion funded sector is that in the private sector managers are often sacked when they fail. In the extortion funded sector it’s almost a job for life.

          • smoggie says:

            Which is why the incompetents gravitate towards it.

          • Logan says:

            It is why these parasites kick up such a massive fuss when they have to be downsized.

            Like a bacterial infection. Once antibiotics are administered, they pain increases before it gets better. It’s the bug’s last go at fighting back.

          • Ermm no the don’t, they usually get a big pay out and a bonus in exchange for NDA, and avoiding the courts/tribunals. There is no such thing as failure for the “higher up” m’luds.

    • 94
      Postlethwaite says:

      Agreed, good Mr Bean caartoon

  16. 24
    Gary says:

    I don’t unerstand this cartoon.

    Is the passenger a woman and if so has she got a hairy chest or tats?

    • 37
      Anonymous says:

      Is the driver Michael Grade?

      • 182
        smoggie says:

        Michael Grade boasted that he turned up for his first job interview in the back of his dad’s chauffeur driven Rolls.

        I doubt he’s ever sat up front.

  17. 25
    Mrs Huhne says:

    Huhne DID try to dodge driving ban by persuading others to take speeding points, claims wife
    Conspiracy to pervert the course of justice can be punishable with prison. In theory the maximum sentence is life, although penalties tend to be far lower.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1384952/Huhne-DID-try-dodge-driving-ban-persuading-speeding-points-claims-wife.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

    • 28
      The Camera never lies. says:

      I got done by a mobile camera van, when I queeried it, they sent me the photo. I was quite suprised to see that the whole of my oncoming car was visible including me in hi resolution. I wonder if the plod have still got Huhne’s photos on file?

    • 31
      Harriet Harperdaughter says:

      I think it is dreadful that this poor woman is being hounded by the male media. What woman doesn’t enjoy a bit of speeding now and again as she goes about her work which is never done which is why she should never be prosecuted for driving offences?

      • 170
        Still angry at Labour corruption, sleaze & incompetence says:

        We still know where to find you.

    • 85
      Kinky boots says:

      Luckily the Commons is full of perverts, so perverting justice is no problem.

  18. 29
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Speeding offence 2003 – why wait 8 years to nail him?

    Drink problem for years before 2005 GE, keep it quiet, then eventually get him.

    Odd expense patterns, keep it quiet for years, pick off ‘promising’ minister just after Coalition is formed.

    Cocaine and drink problem, links to gangland figures, let him have health problems and ask nothing about being McDoom’s prodigy.

    Who needs super injunctions when the MSM/lobby help the centre left.

  19. 30
    Crook watch says:

    Huhne by name, Hoon by nature.

  20. 32
    unbelievable says:

    khan and Clarkson!!! surely two different injunctions??? if not well done jezza…..

    • 34
      So Jezza has got a super? says:
      • 52
        The literal, English meaning of Celt is scrounger says:

        Khan, I’ve seen these injunted photos of you and Clarkson…….how do you avoid passing out from his tooth decay?

    • 39
      Hugh Janus says:

      The thought of Clarkson cavorting in the buff will cause many an invlountary parking of their breakfast. Ye gods, can it get any worse? In this case a super-injunction should be regarded as a public-spirited act of mercy.

      • 49
        They and their bank accounts are enjoying this. says:
        • 51
          Gob shite says:

          Can’t anyone not say anything to you in private and it remains private?

          • Everyone with a Twitter account says:

            OMG! Just gotta tell the World everything!! LOL OMG BRB! #OMG-ihavenobrain

          • They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

            She is the ultimate twitterer, a total non-entity with nothing to say, but who is famous for no-one knows what

          • Dick the Prick says:

            Quite fit though and very filfthy

        • 106
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          No photos exist of me puking after too much beer.

          I would remember if any such photo existed.

        • 131
          Mandy Rice-Alzheimers says:

          He would say that, woudn’t he?

        • 213
          Marla McGivers says:

          Saavik: You lied!
          Spock: I exaggerated.
          Kirk: Hours instead of days! Now we have minutes instead of hours!

          Don’t you know these people have been better bred to be our genetic superiors?

      • 64
        Nemo says:

        Nice one Hugh

        • 194
          Boudicca says:

          There is an inextricable link between the vilest of men and superinjunctions.
          A list of British men I’ve always found the most utterly repulsive in every way includes:Jeremy Clarkson, Andrew Marr,Gordon Ramsay and David Schneider.

          • Knowing Me Not Knowing Him says:

            Who the hell is that last guy?

          • Boudicca says:

            An extremely ugly unfunny ” comedian” with an annoying speech impediment and an alleged prediliction for certain practices which he would like to remain secret.

  21. 36
    Just asking says:

    Is a West Indian Huhne a Cuhne?

  22. 47
    Julian Assange says:

    So the Cartoon is Chris Huhne and Jemima Khan?

  23. 54
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    So why is the BBC getting so worked up over this Twitter super injunction thing? The names of the hoons involved has been out on the internet for weeks.

    • 152
      stilyagi_air_corps says:

      Wasnt some Beeboid in a ‘sensitive’ position done for noncing a while back?

      The sound of passing tumbleweed was deafening.

      • 180
        Anonymous says:

        Care to elaborate. BBC staff involved in noncing doesn’t exactly narrow down the field of choice.

        • 187
          Bled White Taxpayer says:

          Google Nigel Wrench. I just posted a comment but it is being moderated.

          • Anonymous says:

            Jesus Christ! After reading his Wiki entry I can’t believe he’s still holding down a job at the BBC. He must have a sphincter like a wizard’s sleeve!

      • 184
        Bled White Taxpayer says:

        You may be remembering someone else, but Nigel Wrench was put on trial for male rape.

        http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/crime/article3304439.ece

        Curiously, the BBC were utterly silent on the issue, even though the trial was held at the Old Bailey where the BBC have a court reporter. Once he got off (lack of enough evidence of whether it was rape or consensual), the Beeb went gangbusters on him and he seemed to appear on every second programme.

        • 208
          Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

          Didn’t Newsnight ‘introduce us’ to the wonderful homosexual sport of barebacking? Not only didn’t I want to know about barebacking, I was eating at the time.

  24. 55
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Is that Mr Bean ?
    If so what has he been upto ?

  25. 58
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    The redhead is Mick Hucknall

  26. 60
    The literal, English meaning of Celt is scrounger says:

    The question is will the loony lid dems go mental if Tory colossus George Osborne refuses to help pay out the scrounging, feckless, lazy, useless Greeks

    • 68
      Claymation student radical, Ed Milliband says:

      A gweek bailout hath my full thupport…sniff

  27. 61
    The literal, English meaning of Celt is scrounger says:

    Is that Mick Hucknall sat next to the Hoon?

    • 65
      The cunt of Monte Cristo says:

      It might be the brutal rebecca wade, she luvs the limp dems

      • 77
        Nick Clegg says:

        It’s quite clear that no-one loves the LibDems. That’s why I’m going to insist on having more say in policy-making, so I can ram more of my party’s unpopular policies down the throat of the ungrateful bastard public. *foam* *froth*

    • 75
      Andrew says:

      Could be Fergie. She will do most anything for a few bob.

      • 89
        They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

        Good call

      • 104
        Infuriated of West Mids says:

        Which few bob? Ainsworth? Marshall-Andrews? We must be told.

  28. 63
    Chris Hoon says:

    I should be allowed to have twelve penalty points for every property I own.
    Therefore, 12 x 7 = 84.

    I should be allocated 84 penalty points. My second preference would be to have twelve penalty points per wife/partner.
    Therefore, 12 x 2 = 24

    My third preference would be to use the Liebour system. Just borrow points and not worry about the consequences; call it ‘investment’.

  29. 71
    Ed Balls, Shallow Chancer says:

    Hoon is driving too far, too fast.

  30. 76
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    Chris Huhne is my friend, he has done nothing wrong; how could he? He is a Liberal Democrat.

  31. 80
    nell says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/liberaldemocrats/8501821/Vince-Cable-revisits-mansion-tax-as-Lib-Dem-price.html

    Oh dear oh dear!

    the bumbling vince is off on a tangent about his mansion tax again!!

    Apparently this is the price the coalition is going to have to pay to keep his incompetent carcass in office.

    • 198
      Logan says:

      In hindsight it was stupid to allow Clegg to have the final say on sacking of Liberal ministers.

      Cameron is the PM and should be free to hire and fire.

  32. 81
    Anonymous says:

    I like the way the speech bubble covers up his ugly lesbian lovers face.

    • 143
      A Lib Dem says:

      She’s not a lesbian. She’s transexual.

      • 218
        I'll just get my wrench out says:

        She’s not a transexual she’s a shaved yeti with a face that only a mother could love – on payday

  33. 84
    Backwoodsman says:

    The boys done good – its actually recognisable !
    Quel surprise, another sanctimonious limp dim turns out to be an unprincipled shit, with no personal sense of honour.

  34. 87
    ST says:

    Looks like the super injunctions have been broken. Anyone who wants to read the sordid details can do so here:

    http://twitter.com/#!/InjunctionSuper

  35. 100
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Radio 5 is a hoot this morning. Nicky Campbell is lecturing the English about not wanting to learn a foreign language and how rude it is NOT to speak the language of the Country you are living in or visiting.

    This is so funny because as we know the BBC just hates those nasty right wingers who tell immigrants to this Country to learn to speak English.

  36. 107
    Doc Trough says:

    Clegg’s neck. It’s quite long, isn’t it?

  37. 111
    Never mind the quality feel the width says:

    So the government says.
    “it wants competition based on quality not price to deliver better results for patients.”

    The Royal College of GPs says
    “The government needs to rewrite a key part of its Health Bill which encourages greater competition”

    So why is the RCGP afraid of competition based on quality?

    And why isn’t the BBC asking them that question?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-13329031

  38. 116
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Like it. Funny Clegg had this news re-released just as Huhne appeared to be a threat to him.

  39. 121
    Gordon Brown says:

    I want some superinjunction points like mister hoon or I won’t play.

  40. 122
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    super injunction
    Who is the MP who can’t keep his cock in his trousers ?

    • 146
      Engineer says:

      That would be many of them, though not all have this year’s must-have accessory, the superinjunction – yet.

    • 148
      AC1 says:

      Wonder how many of the female MPs are cock-holsters?

  41. 123
    100,000 Volts says:

    Sky headlines today:

    Man Tasered After Two-Day Siege Faces Charges

  42. 124
    Lord Bowden of Middlesex says:

    Hang the hunhey monster!

  43. 126
    Who's who says:

    Like an ASBO is a badge of honour to the chav a Super Injunction is to the rich and famous.

  44. 127
    JH says:

    This cartoon is topical, witty and fairly well drawn.

    I fear the real Rich and Mark have been kidnapped, this cartoon is clearly the work of impostors. Police!

    • 132
      Eeu to me says:

      Nah, it’s them alright , the style is Rich and Mark, I guess that new batch of monkeys are better than the last lot, these seem to be able to draw.

  45. 129
  46. 133
    The Hoon is a Baloon says:

    Why has he got a spatula on the dashboard?
    Is it some sort of Liberal sex tool or just in case he needs to get his sausages out?

  47. 135
    Anonymous says:

    first funny rich and mark cartoon since they started

    • 161
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      The last good one was the incredible sulk, with McDoom as a nokia throwing, bullying version of the incredible hulk.

  48. 138
    Gordon Brown says:

    Hrrrrachhh rumble wodochchchc grrr splah!

  49. 144
    Finally recognised who it is says:

    Katherine Jenkins? Muhammad Ali? Chairman Mao?

  50. 151
    • 159
      Thick northern chav says:

      Hey! Kate is a real hero! She ain’t done nuffink wrong! All she did was go have dinner with her mates and leave three kids alone in a villa in a foreign country. She’s a great mother! Leave her alone!

    • 164
      And of course nobody has ever done that have they ? says:

      AND what I’d like to know from all these conspiracy theorists and sanctimonous people using the benefit of hindsight… is how many of you have done similar( whilst on holiday ?) i.e gone to an advertised “family-friendly” holiday village and sat on the terrace or at the poolside bar of your rented apartment/villa complx within sight of the place and within earshot ? You got away with it but you might have been in the McCann’s situation but for happenstance…………..

      • 168
        Anonymous says:

        Fair point – I have done it myself.

        However, I have never overdosed my child and then tried to cover it up, partly by involving my friend the British Prime Minister.

      • 189
        cuddle cat says:

        Cooee!

        • 192
          Anonymous says:

          How do you breathe underwater?

          • Anonymous says:

            When my kids were younger we never left them alone, unattended, in an unlocked room at night on a holiday complex. If we went out, they came too-even though we’d have had a far more relaxed evening without them.
            And whilst desperately sorry for the McCanns and not wishing to argue with claims that the complex may have been a magnet for paedos and the Portuguese police were incompetent, the fact remains that the kids should NEVER have been left. It’s basic parenting and no attempts to offload blame onto someone else will change that fact.

          • Aqualung bin laden says:

            Thru the hole in my head…

  51. 155
    Free speech says:

    Tesco are to get into the business of offering super-injunctions, they are to offer a “Buy one get one free” deal.

    • 165
      BOGOFF says:

      And the answer to super-injunctions is…………….

    • 179
      Selohesra says:

      How am I suposed to avoid breeching super injunctions if no-one tells me they are in place. Can I make all sorts of allegations about people and rely on the fact I did not know there was an injunction?

      • 190
        Tax Payer says:

        The chances of you getting the correct allegations for the correct people is slim, no?

  52. 155
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’d like to thank everyone who helped in my landslide election success last Thursday. I look forward to taking the nation through these difficult times.

    • 162
      I am The Greatest Broown says:

      And did you know I was the SEAL who shot Soggy Bin Bag & saved the whoool worlllld.

    • 166
      Preston Panns says:

      AND…….as long as its the Scottish Nation feel free to carry on…Gordon

    • 171
      Steve Miliband says:

      The new SNP MSP’s obviously weren’t expecting to be elected either. Not exactly an inspiring bunch – looks like they would have trouble addressing an envelope, let alone an audience.

  53. 177
    Guido on Sky says:
  54. 191
    Upchuck says:

    Upchuck Yamumma on Brillo’s show right now.

  55. 205
    Lord Fondlebum of Boy says:

    Ooo, how hilarious! The witty japesters* score again with a sideways look at the sometimes dodgy world of Westminster politics, eh? Another wry take on the news from the fearless satirists, eh, Gweedo? And not a bad likeness of Alistair Darling there either.

    I have told you before and I’m telling you again – FFS get these witless f ucking c unts off your website, they defile it with their crassness, humourless, and utter inability to draw both technically and from the cartoony point of view. What, for instance, is the f ucking point of the picture in this “cartoon”? Why didn’t they just print the words? The entire “joke” (such as it is) is the words, so how is this a cartoon, any more than the caption on its own is a cartoon?

    It is in any case the kind of retarded sh1t you might find scripted for the token celebrity non-comedian toss-@rse on HIGNFY. “Oh how funny! Billy Bragg’s not even a comedian but he’s had a go at a joke on HIGNFY! Plucky chap, at leats he tried, and it was actually quite funny!” Ha bloody ha! I bet we’re all repeating his little quip to each other at work for days, aren’t we?

    Bo11ocks are we. I laugh like I laugh at the boss’s jokes.

    Sack them, they are useless unfunny c unts and I am starting to suspect you are too.

    * for form’s sake we’ll persist with the polite fiction that “Rich and Mark” is two humourless c unts when we know in reality it’s only one. Two people might actually be funnier.

    Come to think of it, root canal surgery carried out by torchlight with a spoon via the anus by Dr Mengele with no anaesthetic would be funnier than Rich and Mark.


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A confused Nick Griffin says Nigel Farage is a shill for the City, forgetting that City banks want to stay in the EU:

“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



Alexrod says:

It’s money innit.


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