March 19th, 2012

SpAd Who’s Who

Guido is enjoying BBC reporter Giles Dilnot’s favourite new game, which is basically pointing a camera behind the cameras. Ever wondered what some blog favourites looked like?


Has anyone else noticed Balls SpAd Alex Belardinelli is actually morphing into his boss?


29 Comments

  1. 1
    helpful says:

    Dont they also say that about dogs and owners?

  2. 2
    Gordon Brown says:

    hullo

  3. 3
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    37 seconds in. does he really say “churnalist” ?

    And I apologise to all, but I really did think for half a second “whats draper doing with Michael howard” at the end.

  4. 4
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    Allah bless Iran! They’re entitled to nukes. Death to J e ws! Oops, I wasn’t meant to say that last part out loud.

  5. 5
    Der rote baron says:

    The only useful SPADs shot down German aircraft in the First World War.

  6. 6
    Ed Bollocks says:

    I often have Alex polish my balls with his slimy tongue!

  7. 7
    Mehdi Hasan, Jenny Tonge says:

    We don’t like Woody Allen or the Coen Brothers. But Yusuf Islam is great.

  8. 8
    Albert Hall says:

    Guido I have to report that Giles is not the best looking bloke I’ve seen for some time, in fact if I was cruel and heartless I reckon he’s downright ugly.

    • 10
      Reginald Kray says:

      Blimey! Any bloke that can make me and bruvva Ron look ‘andsome by comparison–well, let’s not be TOO unkind…

  9. 9
    Some Geezer wot's gonna call 'em as he sees 'em says:

    Has anyone else noticed Balls’ SpAd Alex Belardinelli is only missing a streak of white hair to make him look like someone else we might know around here?

  10. 13
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Why do all these people need SpAd’s? Is it beyond their capabilities to do the job they were employed to do? Or is it because they like to create jobs for their mates?

    Either way it’s wrong.

    • 19
      Durr... says:

      It’s because once they were do gooders and now they just want to stay on the gravy train, doing bugger all that makes any difference and justifying their wasteful existance. Am I disillusioned, yes I bloody am.

  11. 16
    Gordon Brown says:

    Me so horny

  12. 18
    Distraught master & commander says:

    Get your digit out Geo Osbne on wednesday and make it friendly city to invest in
    we are losing out here,

    MOSCOW (Dow Jones)–Russia’s largest gold producer OAO Polyus Gold (PLGL.RS) said Monday it has abandoned its plans to move its domicile status to London.

    Polyus, controlled by Russian billionaire Mikhkail Prokhorov, said it has withdrawn its request for the Russian governmental commission on foreign investments to relocate, but declined to provide further comments.

  13. 24
    Barnet F.C. says:

    “Ever wondered what some blog favourites looked like?”

    Er, not really. Excepting James Beanpole, I just assumed they were all roly-poly shaped with a hairdo that was doing a passable impression of a Grenadier Guard’s headgear? Being as bald as a coot, Old Holborn only fulfills the first of these criteria.

  14. 27
    Credulous says:

    He may be morphing into Ed Balls but he isn’t wearing a wig like Balls seems to be at present. Two of my daughters both commented on his foyal rugness and they are only 11 and 13 years old.


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It’s money innit.


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