March 30th, 2012

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20 Comments

  1. 1
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    It’s turned out nice again !

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  2. 2

    Gorgeous george

    “I’ve got my party back!”
    “Awwwriiight …awwwrighttt…infidels”

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  3. 4
    rofl says:

    Thats early.

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  4. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Its not even lunchtime Friday yet

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  5. 11
    SAS - NOT !!!!! says:

    Keep it real blue noses, better fill up before Easter

    2012

    Dole = 2.75m
    Diesel = £1.47
    Pasties = £1.20
    Inflation = 3.4%
    Deficit = 1 trillion
    No growth
    No NHS
    Galloway maverick MP

    2010

    Dole = 2.45m
    Diesel = £1.09
    Pasties = £1.00
    Inflation = 3.2%
    Deficit = 750 million
    Growth
    An NHS
    Galloway maverick MP

    Only thing that has changed in 2 years, is that all the economic and social indicators have plummeted

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  6. 15
    Jerry Cann says:

    The economy was recovering before this bunch of knobheads got elected.

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