August 9th, 2012

Bad Omen for Tom Daley Tomorrow

The Curse of Cameron meme didn’t last very long, especially given Team GB had their most successful track and field day with the PM cheering them on in the stadium last weekend. What it did prove is quite how much Guido’s Jonah Brown campaign clearly got under people’s skin. The problem was that one was actually a real curse. So on that note, Guido is sad to say it’s not looking good for young diver Tom Daley, who having missed out on a medal already is taking part in the individual 10m diving tomorrow. This is what Sarah Brown just tweeted:

Will he be able to smash the curse of Jonah Brown?

Via @grimreaperblog

49 Comments

  1. 1
    Twatwatch says:

    So Gordon does know where LOndon is then?

  2. 2
    One Hit Wonder says:

    Jonah is telling him to blame it on bigots on twitter if it all goes pete tong.

  3. 4
    Popeye says:

    Commiserations Tom, still you’re young enough to outlive Jonah Broon.

  4. 5
    Usain Bolt says:

    No politician can put a curse on me.

    I’m going for gold and the world record tonight.

  5. 6
    Ah! Monika says:

    Adam Bolton’s question of the day.

    ” Do you think we will ever have uni-sex boxing?”

    ” No”

    ” Why is that? “

  6. 7
    The Paragnostic says:

    “If you win gold, can I help you sell it?”

  7. 8
    fifer says:

    Ffs. The lads likely to drown.

    • 25
      beast says:

      Cant you be arrested for saying that?

      The only way he will win gold is if he cycles off the diving board carrying his dead dads ashes and Sir Chris Hoy is pedalling

  8. 9
    beast says:

    Cant resist it
    “Sarah Brown wins gold for muff diving”
    apologies

  9. 10
    Dazza says:

    Gordon? In London? Oh do fuck off! Photosho[p obviously!

    • 38
      fruitcake says:

      OK, how about a new headline:
      “Tom Daley takes suprise break to visit Kirkaldy”

  10. 11
    beast says:

    Gordon McMental wins gold for skiving

  11. 13
    beast says:

    “Team GB loses out on Gold”

    McMental really is the gift that keeps on taking

  12. 15
    beast says:

    “John Bercow wins gold for riding his bike (wife)”

  13. 18
    Gordon backs it both ways Brown says:

    Do you like snails or oysters Tom?I like both snails and oysters.

    • 30
      Captain Underpants Bryant says:

      Tom, can you tell me, “Do bogies float?”

    • 31
      beast says:

      On two occassions Beast has buried his face in a muff and neearly puked
      According to a lady Dr I mentioned this to its a yeast infection, needless to say that was the end of two relationships
      I have never met a minge that tasted of sea water as to snails?
      Having never sucked a cock I cannot posssibly comment
      Team GB you will have to enlighten us all

    • 42
      simon r says:

      ‘do you like gladiator movies’

      ‘have you ever been in a turkish prison’

  14. 24
  15. 27
    Gordon Brown MP says:

    Who was that?

    Just some bigoted diver.

  16. 28
    The tit in no. 10 says:

    I’m bricking it.

  17. 29
    Gordon Brown says:

    Hello little fellow, would you like nuts, syrup and a bumble gum ball in the bottom

  18. 33
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am Batman.

    • 36
      Kaiser Bill says:

      I fired you once. Don’t go thinking you can worm your way back into my entourage.

  19. 35
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Oh, you sly Fawkes! That photo isn’t about Gordon being a hoodoo that has effectively scuppered any chance for the young laddie– the subtext which you are hoping we will all understand is “Why can Gordon Brown be arsed to show up in London for something like the Olympics, where he might (stress: “MIGHT”) be able to line up other lucrative opportunities by sucking up to corporate-types, but whilst Parliament is in session, he’s nowhere to be found anywhere near the town?” I sussed THAT one in about two seconds.

  20. 39
    Theo Logan says:

    Broon’s protoype, Jonah, was thrown overboard and swallowed by a whale from which he later emerged. Perhaps Broon could be persuaded to visit the reptile house at London Zoo while he’s in town and a more conclusive end to the career of our resident Jonah be brough about near the crocodile pool.

  21. 43
    Tomorrow's Chip Wrapperigilance at all times says:

    I thought that Brown had gone into permament seclusion until like Cincinnatus he is called forth to lead the nation once again by the public demand ??

  22. 44
    Anonymous says:

    Oops Guido. Out of touch again. Cameron watches open water swimming. Team GB come out of the top three.

  23. 46
    JH says:

    Fucking Tom Daly. Spoilt little brat.

    He’s whining on about ‘how silver is the gold now’ because of the Chinese dominance. What a pathetic attitude. Do the Chinese dive off a different board, into different water?

    You go in to the competition to WIN, you gay icon fuck. It’s the least you can do to compensate the public for having to see your strangely robotic mug every time they walk past a book shop or half the sodding time they turn on the TV.

    Tom Daly’s story, yawn. AKA How to train a bit in between ‘building your media profile’ and piss away a chance of a medal.

    But of course, the pooves love him so it’s all about Tom at the BBC.

  24. 48


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