February 25th, 2012

Saturday Seven Up

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  1. 1
    Keith says:

    Great week.

    When Guidogram going out Guido?

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    Sky's Peter Poofter says:

    Is it about a gayer?

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  4. 9
    Anonymous says:

    What a prat Polly Toynbee is on her high horse again.

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  5. 10
    Polly Twaddle says:

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  6. 12
    Eric headed to prison says:

    Rejoyce! Rejoyce! Rejoyce!

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  7. 13
    It's actually quite disgusting the way she flaunts her charity work every day says:

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  8. 15
    Polly says:

    It’s nice and warm here in Tuscany.

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    • 27
      Princess Po-face Polytwaddle, handwringing bleedinheart, whining down at people from her High Horse says:

      I am always right!

      I am never wrong!

      As you see, on this blissfully warm day, I have taken the opportunity to mount my High Horse, and go for a trot through the locale (pardon my French, – but I am a person of breeding and edyerkayshun – like wot Tony said). It suits me to sit up here, for, I can look down on the little people, – you for instance, – and they can look up to me, – which is only right and proper and showing me due respect.

      But I digress. My main point this morning, is, as always, how right I really am, and how people hang on my words.

      Gordo, for instance, took every opportunity to look at my fine crop. He never ceased being inspired by my mass of closely interwoven detail. He loved to untangle my knots whenever he found one, – those little accidents of tautology wot fine writers like me do from to time.

      But mentioning Gordo brings me . . . brings me . . . . brings . . . . me . . to the . . point . . . oh! . . I can’t go on . . I must get off at once . . leave me . . just take the horse . . . no! don’t help me! . . I am going into status polytwadlicus . . . let me enjoy the sweet agony . . . the blissful release . . . the afterglow! Oh! . . . oh! . . . .

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  9. 22
    Eric Joyce says:

    The next round’s on me.

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  10. 25
    Is Eric any relation of Yootha Joyce? says:

    She was also alcoholic.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yootha_Joyce#Final_years

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  11. 29
    nellnewman says:

    Well thanks to ericjoyce for an amusing week. I confess I had not expected labour in opposition to be as entertaining as they were in government.

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  12. 41

    What could we club together over in order to present Ed Balls with a token of our appreciation for his birthday?

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  13. 43
    Barbera Cartland says:

    Are Jon Sopel & Emily Maitliss having an affair?

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  14. 44
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    About time parliament got its own house in order – before discussing the issue of raising the price of alcohol for the little people.

    Late night rowdiness in some of the HoC bars has been ongoing.

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    • 51
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      last sentence should read.

      Late night rowdiness in some of the HoC bars has been going on for some time.

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    • 52
      Chris Bryant says:

      Indeed, sometimes when you go into the Strangers Bar you feel as though you are in Rupert Street. It is virtually a gay bar now, and my husband sometimes worries about whether I should be allowed in there any more.

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      • 69
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        There there diddums. Just stick your underpants on your head and no one will recognise you :-)

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    Taff Jones says:

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    Cameron is a Cunt says:

    i seee ellie harrison has resigned then. she takes home £8.6 million but leaves the guys on the dole with £67.50 – capitalism donch just luv it!!

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  19. 61
    Ed Balls says:

    So what!

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  20. 62
    Cameron is a Cunt says:

    grayling’s still a c’unt

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    • 77
      Windy 'Dave', a miller with no tune or place on Chigley says:

      Life goes by when you’re a driver of a train

      Wind-Mills by the track as we go and come again!

      (Will his WindMills power the HS2?)

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  21. 65
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    I see Box Nation are offering a David Hay V Eric Joyce match for £9.99

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  22. 71

    Falkirk Labour Party have just amended its motto to the following:

    “Fighting for a better fucking future for all in Falkirk except for fucking Tories who need their faces flattened”

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    • 75
      annette curton says:

      Its the right thing to do, hard working families will give them a broken nose.

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    • 76
      Bystander #4 says:

      Given the average IQ and speiling ability of NooLieBore apparatchiks, could simply be “Fighting Fuckin Falkirk Tories” (in any order)

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    • 83
      Judy says:

      So what’s the prodnoseis for Labour in Falkirk ?

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      • 86
        annette curton says:

        Still on life support.

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      • 88
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        “Along with Andrew Moray, Wallace defeated an English army at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297, and was Guardian of Scotland, serving until his defeat at the Battle of Falkirk. In 1305, Wallace was captured in Robroyston near Glasgow and handed over to King Edward I of England, who had him hanged, drawn, and quartered for high treason and crimes against English civilians.”

        Courtesy of Wikipedia :-)

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  23. 87
    Sir William Waad says:

    Nice-looking doctors they have at the Harley Medical Group, I must say. Bostin’!

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  24. 91
    Eric Joyce says:

    I’ve got the eye of the tiger.

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  25. 96
    Bent Socialist watch says:

    I see Mr David Mills Jowell has got off Scott free then. I fully expect the Jowells to make a ful marital recovery in light of this.

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