September 5th, 2012

Guardian Calls Chris Grayling “a Cock”

Find out about the Guardian’s four-letter tirade…

…over on Media Guido


26 Comments

  1. 1
    Yorky says:

    Where I come from cock is not a swear word you southern poofter.

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  2. 2
    Pollytwaddle says:

    He is? I wouldn’t know. I haven’t seen one of those in years!

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  3. 3
    Cockney Sparrer says:

    Wotcha me old cock.

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  4. 4
    Golly says:

    Mr Grayling was overlooked first time for the Cabinet because whilst in Opposition he had put his foot into it once or twice when giving interviews.

    Hopefully this l problem is now behind him .

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  5. 7
    Cock o'the North says:

    I never fail tae read t’Grouniad

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  6. 8
    George says:

    What does Butch mean? I heard Dave say that Ed Milimong was not butch enough. It’s not a word we use in thse parts.

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    • 11
      annette curton says:

      Usually a reference to the manly looking one in a Lesbian relationship, perhaps they are confusing Butch with Macho, or perhaps not.

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      • 12
        Mr Nobody says:

        Butch, macho… nobody could accuse Miliband of being either of those. He’s a bit of a joke, one of the reasons why Labour are not 30 points ahead by now, which is where they really ought to be.

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      • 13
        Dyke watch says:

        Perhaps Dave was confused by the Eagle sister sat next to Ed.

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      • 24
        headmistress says:

        The English language is so difficult – batch, bit ch, botch, butch.

        Take your pick.

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    • 16
      SP4BS says:

      Interesting. We all know what Butch used to mean, but now theres a bit of a hint that its something to do with gay terminology.

      Its a word that currently swings both ways. Dave’s scriptwriters are playing games again.

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  7. 9
    Fish says:

    Regarding Labour’s foghorn leghorn on Brillo’s DP programme.

    Is she thick or what?

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    • 15
      Baron Hogwash says:

      Highly educated socialist dumb bell – compared to others on the labour benches, she is a genius.

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      • 19
        Screeches,Shouts and Reeves. says:

        Oi! Is you all takin’ bout me again?
        i dun well good in me time in de labour party and now i is lookin good ta be ver next wimmin prime minister innit.

        so FARKY FARK OFF Tory scum.

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  8. 17

    Always happy to see the Grauniad’s feather’s ruffled!

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  9. 20
    Works both ways says:

    Tony Blair

    Age: 59

    App*arance: Evil, greedy c-unt

    Gordon Brown

    Age: 61

    App*arance: Mong faced c-unt

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  10. 22
    A Cock says:

    I have already complained to Leveson about this outrage.

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