September 28th, 2012

Boris helpfully intervenes on Dave’s Letterman appearance:

“I think he was only pretending. I think he knew full well what Magna Carta means. It was a brilliant move in order to show his demotic credentials and that he didn’t have Latin bursting out of every orifice.”


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    Tay King-dePisse says:

    S-a-a-a-y-y-y w-h-h-a-a-t, BoJo? “I think the PM is trying a little slumming, by showing he’s just as uneducated as most of those coming out of school nowadays”? FFS, doesn’t EVERY child learn about Magna Carta, and what those words translate out to, and if not, why not? And by “rehabbing” Cameltoe, isn’t he insulting voters? ” ‘At’s right, we don’t like no toffs wot knows wot ‘foreign’ words means, even if them is words we was supposed to ‘ave learned our own bloody selves!”

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  2. 2
    Angus Anuvvawan says:

    The rest aren’t any better, of course, but this isn’t that far from the truth :

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  3. 3
    Roger The lodger says:

    No, it’s Mandy that has Latin bursting out of every orifice

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