February 16th, 2012

Worth a Thousand Words

Julia Quenzier’s court sketch says it all.


87 Comments

  1. 1
    Ken Dodd's dad's dead dog says:

    Ahh, doggy fashion.

  2. 3
    Hee Hee says:

    Dont worry chris you will soon be spending yopur time in a cell with a nice man

    • 54
      BulldogBreeder says:

      Has his new girlfriend decided which way she’s batting yet?

      Could prove embarrassing – for Nick Clegg, and others.

    • 73
      sandy says:

      I doubt it. He’ll probably get someone to serve his sentence for him.

  3. 4
    Cleaner who scrapes bogies from off the benches says:

    I hope he didn’t break wind – it’s a contributor to Man-Made Global Warming, doncha know.

  4. 5
    Tuscan Tony says:

    Tony & Cherie.

  5. 6

    Looks like a Spy caricature!

  6. 7
    FartingHippo says:

    Much better than Rich and Mark’s efforts.

    Still shit though.

  7. 8
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    God he’s pathetic.

  8. 9
    Anonymous says:

    God, you guys are revolting. No class whatsoever.

  9. 12
    East India Company wallah says:

    “I did not have sexual relations with that bull-dyke”

    • 69
      Moscow Mike Handycock (sex Tourist on Taxpayer's money) says:

      Nor did I with Katya and thousands of others (that’s what I tell the wife) during my troughing political career. Not bad for someone with no education, who can’t even spell .Jahbulon.

  10. 14
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    Normally you would get an MBE or something for marrying an old dog like that.

    Anyway that’s what they think in Doncaster.

  11. 15
    Tottenham Chutzpah says:

    It was a gift, your honour.

  12. 16
    Anonymous says:

    Isn’t that more like Caroline Spelman and Squeaker Bercow?

    • 25
      Loungelizard says:

      this is one of these ‘one sketch fits all’ things, you just supply a caption. ie
      ‘Does the number 36 stop at the Law Courts?’

    • 74
      hang em high says:

      Beavis and Butthead

      • 86
        Anonymous says:

        Exactly what I was thinking!

        heh heh m heh! This sucks, change it!
        Uh, huh huh, you won’t be “taking my point” any more, huh,huh!

  13. 18
    Gonk says:

    Art ‘o’ level 1971. grade 6

  14. 19
    Adam Werritty says:

    With 2.5 million unemployed and the same number underemployed we have to have something to laugh at.

  15. 20
    Oldrightie says:

    Mirrors the pics to and from court. Huhne really is a hoon and to think he’s responsible for climate taxes, wind farms and allowed to rob us blind.

  16. 21
    Anonymous says:

    The thousand words being ‘What a fucking dick’ x 250

  17. 22
    Shit happens says:

    Hell has no fury like a woman who just for the hell of it pleads guilty

    HoHoHo

  18. 24
    Rinka Scott says:

    I never realised before that the Liberals have a great sense of humour.

    • 38
      Cleaner who scrapes bogies from off the benches says:

      I know – that Jeremy Thorpe was so unappreciated, inspiring as he did Peter Cook’s judge sketch.

  19. 26
    Bluebottle says:

    Woof. Woof. Woof

  20. 27
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Like the circles that you find
    In the windmills of your mind

  21. 28
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Those seats look rubbish. Vicky pryce is a long long way from being lardy and yet she needs to sit on two of them.

  22. 31
    The BBC don't report news anymore says:

    Listened to Radio 5 today, didn’t know this happened.

  23. 32
    CH says:

    i’ve got a big John Thomas like the milkman’s horse

  24. 33
    Top Prison Tips says:

    always go for genuine KY Jelly

  25. 34
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    On what planet is Cameron living? Get rid of the fucking jocks and you will be in power for life. Labour have only ever managed to win a couple of elections in the last 100 years without the 50 mong retards from north of the border.

    If we can get rid of the sheep shaggers as well even better.

  26. 36
    JH says:

    To a Hoon like Chris Huhne Vicky Price not caving in and doing whatever suits Chris Huhne at any given moment will be interpreted as the height of treachery.

    Of course, he is allowed to stab anyone he likes in the back the second it suits him But if someone crosses him in any way whatsoever he will fester with boiling malice at their lack of ‘respect’.

    Classic narcissistic personality disorder.

    • 78
      Dr Freud says:

      Ach Ja! The technical term is in fact a Classic narcissistic personality disorder, but on a dailt basis we shrinks tend to use the shorter form – fuckin’ wanker.

  27. 39
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    That picture looks like the aftermath of the Jerry Springer show

  28. 40
    Who, me? says:

    Has anyone else noticed that her burgeoning career as a TV economics pundit – particularly regarding the Greek tragedy, given her background – has come to a juddering halt? She seemed to be never off the BBC.

  29. 41
    Some Geezer wot would like to see her slip HIM the sword, for once says:

    She was thinking, “You know, I’d sure like to be the Statue Of Justice right about now, and I’m not talking about the scales, either!”
    (Although they both do remind me of scaly creatures, TBH.)
    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3444/4569497968_c9b36f9b72_z.jpg

  30. 43
    The Old Bailey says:

    Interesting that both were made to step from the well of the court into the dock. This is unusual as in most magistrates courts the accused is dealt with in the well of the court unless they are brought to court in custody! Did the magistrate, Howard Riddle, simply wish to humiliate Huhne and Price, if so, he succeeded!

  31. 45
    Seymour says:

    Why weren’t they in the dock?
    Seems very odd to let them sit in the comfy seats.

    • 52
      Judge Jeffreys says:

      Crown Court will be very different…..Perverting the Course of Justice is a still a “Capital Crime” subject to a maximum sentence of Life Imprisonment

  32. 46
    Ron Jeremy says:

    Difficult to give a bj in that position . Though as she’s Greek perhaps she likes a bit of backgammon …

  33. 47
    Anonymous says:

    Huhne, mature as ever I see. What a great choice for government he was.

  34. 48
    Perse O'Nally says:

    What do points mean?…….3 years (hopefully)

  35. 51
    Andrew says:

    Perfect.

    He as arrogant as ever.

    She angry – and aware that if she had restrained her spite she would not be there. “Her tongue will dig her grave” or at least a way into Holloway.

  36. 56
    J. Thorpe Esq says:

    Bunnies can and will go to jail…

  37. 57

    More interesting is what is the impact of all this Huhne nonsense:

    http://howdidwecometothis.blogspot.com/2012/02/loss-of-huhne.html

  38. 61
    Hugh G Reckshun says:

    He should have realised, A Dog is for life – Nit just a friday night

  39. 62
    Cressida's Dick says:

    Go on Vicky, drop the twat in it up to his windmills. Can I volunteer to be on the jury your honour?

  40. 66
    Bird with small brain says:

    You talk about Mr Huhne’s supposed narcissistic personality. Given that you probably have to have a personality disorder to want to be a politician, I’m beginning to think that our leaders (I nearly wrote our dear leaders…) should be conscripted for, say, five year’s national service. But I suppose who does the conscripting might be tricky…

  41. 67
    Anonymous says:

    Did Murdoch do for him

  42. 70
    Bloke says:

    The Climate Cnut is going down. As should his windmills.

  43. 71
    Every Cloud says:

    In a way Vicky is very fortunate. She is no longer a Huhne.

  44. 72
    A woman says:

    I pity their kids.

  45. 75
    Slim Jim says:

    Let’s hope that the temporary removal of his smug grin will soon be permanent.

  46. 76
    The Impartial observer says:

    Two faces made for radio

  47. 77
    PC clitoris says:

    not so cocky now .you fcuking stuck up bastard

  48. 79
    Chris (the) Huhne says:

    The fact that those points ended up on her licence is because of Global Warming. We need more renewables – like my political career. I am not capable of anything else.

  49. 84
    Doddering Old Fart says:

    Caught breaking the law. Dodgy story to the police. Drag wife into court for prosecution. Cannot represent constituants properly as MP looking at imprisonment but still on full pay and pension.
    This man is bound for the House of Lords and a big title and after that, how about chairman of RBS or PR to Mr B Liar. He certainly fits the bill.


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