January 15th, 2013

Gordon’s Alive: Prime Mentalist Finally Turns Up


291 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    I guess thats Remploy doomed then.,….

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    • 12
      Jim Hacker the blagger says:

      The King of the OCDers he is.

      Always made me laugh when he couldn’t stop squaring off his papers at the dispatch box. Quite endearing.

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    • 26
      Dudley Zoo says:

      Brown put the B in Bellend

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    • 38
      Earl of Croydon says:

      Why do English people use the term “I guess” these days?
      Quite frankly it is an annoying Americanism and for some reason in the last year or so men of all ages now use it.
      Along with wearing caps the wrong way round it should be banned.

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      • 44
        Jim Hacker the blagger says:

        At the end of the day, when all is said and done, looking at the swings and roundabouts, the english know jackshit.

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      • 113
        John Bull says:

        whaddaya twalking about, you goddam schmuk? Whhhhhhy, I awwwda…

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      • 123
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        My guess would be that it’s simpler to say “I guess…” than “My guess would be…”. But it’s just a guess on my part. Your guess is as good as mine, I guess.

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    • 55
      Remploy says:

      What will you do 81lly when Remploy closes?

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    • 81
      JOAN says:

      COME BACK GORDON ALLS FORGIVEN……..CAMERON AND CLEGG 2 LIGHTWEIGHTS OUT OF THE DEPTH…..

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    • 84
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      Let’s hope so Bill = Remploy does not help disabled folks, Nowadays we are more enlightened and believe disabled folks have as much right to aspirations and careers as everybody else.

      Current government for all it’s faults is making £320million plus £6400 per disabled person per year available to expand the career opportunities for disabled people.

      Remploy segregated and subjugated disabled and stifled their aspirations – not surprising that labour supports such a policy!!

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    • 144
      Brown is truly an Elohesra says:

      But Gordon closed so many of the Remploy sites when he was PM.

      The government not only ignored the 100,000 plus signature petition from Unite, but announced the closure 36 of the 54 remaining Remploy sites with compulsory redundancy for 1,752 people of which 1,518 of these are disabled by 17th August 2012.

      Errrr, Gordon babe, whatta doing????????????

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    • 288
      Anonymous says:

      He’s been moonlighting as a magician in Las Vegas for the past few years. He c alls himself Gordy Brown when performing there!

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Up shit creek without an “ore”

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      Love to see gordon comment on Dunblane Unburied – with all its references to homosexuals masons and their ilk.

      Remember he loves his hols in Cape Cod – The Homo home of the homos in the USA.

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  3. 3
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Ah! The one eyed twat is on the TV now. Fuck off back to Scotland you cvnt.

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  4. 4
    Taxandspendisnotmyfriend says:

    Where is the gold douchbag??

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  5. 5
    Muuurty's Ghuuurst says:

    He doesn’t look long for this world.

    Which is nice.

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  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Why the shocked silence from those who usually are fighting for the no 1 comment spot? Just deep, deep shock, perhaps?

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  7. 7
    IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

    Remploy is fucked McMental strikes again,why dosnr=t someone shout I SPY STRANGER.

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  8. 8
    Operation Crossbow says:

    I see Chuckusyoumoney is going on about how Labour would save HMV.

    Remind me, when did Woolworths go bust and what did old one eye do to save it?

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  9. 9
    wotson says:

    doesn’t the daft bugger do more harm by turning up rather rattling round all ports north of the kingdom of piffle guided by his moral compass

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    • 16
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      what moral compass?

      nobody has ever seen it yet!

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      • 79
        Zoz says:

        Brown’s moral compass became mysteriously lodged in his rectum within 6 months of becoming prime monster.

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        • 118
          rebekah aka nellnewman says:

          gordon never had a moral compass!

          It was a figment of his imagination and his sinister no10 crew of twatson, damian, ball, militwit et al tried to turn it into some sort of religious relic for worshipping!

          And then it got found out as a fraud!

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          • With the benefit of hindsight says:

            New labours first and very sucessful venture into pseudo religious imagery was in the staging of The blessed John Smiths funeral in burying him on the sacred isle of Iona with the Kings of Scotland. Brilliantly executed piece of Goebbelism.

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          CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

          Malignant Narcissists don’t have a moral compass.

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    IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

    All the Labour MPS presently in the house surrounding Jonah not one has had aproper job in their live Hiile,Roy,Clarke et al

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  11. 13
    s.s. says:

    I would never get fed up using a baseball bat on that usless specimen of inhumanity.

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  12. 14
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Should disabled folks be employed in disabled companies or free to seek employment wherever they want to go?

    Remploy is an organisation that segregates disabled people from the rest of us – government money needs to be used to encourage disabled people to expand their horizons and expectations and seek employment alongside everyone else.

    gordon as always has a blinkered point of view.

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    • 19
      IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

      Remploy is long past its sell by date probably by about 20 years,the disabled have to move into the mainstream simple as that.

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        george c says:

        true dat. we should treat all people the same, disabled or otherwise. it’s not what you can’t do but what you can.

        you wouldn’t have a wheelchair user as a hod carrier but most jobs are sitting down anyway. likewise you wouldn’t have an able bodied dimwit as a rocket scientist. remploy is discriminatory full stop.

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  13. 15
    Tooth fairy says:

    Put him back in the box…. I was just going to eat my dinner, but I have an awful sick feeling in my stomach now.

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  14. 16
    Rusty says:

    He’s put on weight!

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  15. 18
    Margaret Moran says:

    That’s my case officer sitting behind him holding a Taser just in case he makes a run for it.

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  16. 20
    Jim Hacker the blagger says:

    Burn’s night soon lad, och the noo, and so forth.

    Ten days to go ye woh lads.

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  17. 21
    Anonymous says:

    Hasn’t that idiot been hanged yet ?????????????

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  18. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Remploy this is Brown’s fault. He lied when he promised no more boom or bust and we all have to live with his wasteful decisions. Brown is going to get rich with his “charities” while the rest us suffer.

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  19. 23
    Rusty says:

    It’s spelt ‘eye’ not ‘ore’

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  20. 24
    Snaplegs says:

    See it’s packed in the HoCs – must be something of national importance being discussed

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  21. 25
    Dudley Zoo says:

    what a fucking tosser

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    • 29
      Owen Jones says:

      That is such a CHOOOOON! And homophobic jokes ain’t it just fascist folks beam up so I can breeeeaatthhhhhhh

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    IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

    Mc Vey aint very bright earnest but thick just tell them its over no apologies far better for the disabled to move into mainstream work not some modern workhouse.

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    • 42
      george c says:

      I have a quadraplegic friend, never been on out of work benefits in his life. he wants to be treated like everyone else. disabled discrimination is one of the last bastions of the Victorian era. you need money – get a job. if you need support, I’m sure the taxpayer is willing to provide it. I’m not happy to stick disabled people into disabled factories or tell them to sit at home.

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  23. 31
    Losers lost, Leaders we don't have says:

    The green is as usual winning in the House of Corruption and Brown is just a zero MP who looks as if that woman is talking to him as if he’s a five year old, oh how things have turned.

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  24. 35
    not a machine says:

    Son of the mess ……. 1.2mn manufacturing jobs were lost from 1997-2010

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  25. 36
    Mr Bean says:

    He looks like Johhny English

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  26. 37
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    Things are getting so bad it won’t be long before car boot sales go into administration.

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    • 43
      William Cotton-Budd says:

      I wish I could administer a short sharp blow to the back of your head, you incompetent twat.

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        rebekah aka nellnewman says:

        I would very much like to have delivered a short sharp blow with a dishcloth to gordon’s ear – I suspect his Mother would like to have done much the same!

        It might have pullled him up short and made him do something decent instead of fantasising about moral compasses he never possessed!!

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      • 70
        Dave - balls of steel - Cameron says:

        George responds to both the carrot and the stick.

        Or, more accurately in his case, a sniff of black minge, two lines and the stick.

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          rebekah aka nellnewman says:

          I wonder what edballs responds to?

          He obviously is attracted to gold since he sold most of ours off for gordon at brown bottom and developed a reputation for reckless spending into the red at taxpayers expense.

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          • Dave - balls of steel - Cameron says:

            Same as the rest of us I expect.

            Be honest, when you’d tried black you didn’t want to go back did you?

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    jimbo says:

    And there was me thinking that Primementalist Brown had gone to Africa to be a missionary ! What a useless heap of less than human waste, banished Boom and Bust, Saved the World and sold most of our Gold leaving us with the least gold stocks in the World next to Japan. Ant decent Person would have gone to live in another country after having a face change and going on a strict diet.

    It does not say much for his constituents voting for this halfwitted fool.

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    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    The useless spacker seems to have added amnesia to his burgeoning collection of mental disorders.

    As tosser Andrew Pierce reminded everyone yesterday Brown’s government closed 28 Remploy factories with the loss of 1600 jobs and would have closed 43 but for union action

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2261813/Gordon-Browns–hes-doing-U-turn.html

    Brownn really is a cnut with no shame or sense of self-awareness whatsoever

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    gordon = the epitomy of hypocrisy.

    During his time as PM he shut 28 Remploy factories with a loss of 1600 disabled jobs and never lifted a finger to help them.

    At least this government is setting aside a budget of £320 million plus a subsidy of £6400 per disabled person per year to help get disabled people into mainstream jobs.

    You’d think labour would support that. Then again labour never support anything worthwhile!

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    Losers lost, Leaders we don't have says:

    I thought we payed £50 million a day to be in the EU but according to Richard Ashworth ??? Sky News, Jeff Randell, we have “free” trade with Europe, how can it be free.

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    hank the cat says:

    I hear that the latest YouGov Poll shows Gordon Brown to be the most popular Prime Minister in the Last Hundred years.

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  32. 51
    Care in the Community says:

    What a delight to see his miserable, dour, grey, dough-faced visage on national television again. Go on, Gordon, tell us a joke.

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  33. 57
    Gordon Brown is a serious mental illness says:

    He argues that even though they have trimmed payroll costs by 30%, and are producing a product everyone wants, he wants subsidy to keep the factories open despite the costs of running the business actually outweighing the sales revenues.

    The business should go bankrupt, unless the fixed costs can be reduced – ie. The business made profitable.

    If this is representative of the capital in the UK, no wonder the economy is a total dog.

    Total Labour legacy, and not a pretty one.

    And let us celebrate his recent written work…

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2013/01/13/youth-in-revolt.html

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    That £50million a day goes towards the salaries and pensions of the likes of mandy and the kinnochios – there’s hundred’s of these worthless, dishonest, troughing EU commissioners and mep’s scattered across europe laughing at the pleb taxpayer as they get rich. cleggie is hoping to join their ranks very soon!!

    That £50million a day has nothing to do with free trade which would happen whether we were part of Europe or not.

    Do you really think the germans and the french, with their sinking economies, would stop exporting their high priced goods to our lucrative markets if we chose to come out of the EU?

    And given that 90% of our export markets are already based in chi na,
    b razil, ind ia, the comm onwealth and the rest of the world – we don’t exactly need the EU for our goods.

    But of course cleggie who desperatey wants that lucrative commissionner’s job, and mandy and kinnochio who want to hang on to their eu benefits and bliar who wants to be next eu president are going to lie about it’s ‘supposed’ benefits!!

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  35. 60
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    This man is 61 years old, fat, grey, dough faced, bitter and looking more like eighty.

    How did he come to be so unhealthy?

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  36. 61

    He looks like a man with a Werther’s Original stuck up his bum

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  37. 63

    The clucking fist returns….arse

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  38. 66
    Jim Hacker the blagger says:

    Why isn’t this on Freeview tonight, and why is it on pay for view?

    “Jim Hacker Returns” that is, or what ever he is called now. I blame Dave Cee myself, Ed Emm.

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    Impressive doughnut.

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    • 75
      Jim Hacker the blagger says:

      cheers, Cat.

      That is you were talking to me – hard to tell, and all that.

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      • 78
        Jim Hacker the blagger says:

        And Cat, I didn’t mean what I said about morons, honest…

        They’re the clay of our land, etc..

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        • 93

          Who the fuck is that mongtard behind him, a loser’s loser if anyone was?

          Bet he’s Scotch…

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            Gene Wilder, the, ahem!, like Mel Brooks, a j e w?

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          • I don’t think you are taking me seriously.

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          • Dave,Clegg,Osborne, May & Titch says:

            Who the fuck are the mongtards that sit both sides of Milliband in the commons ? Loser’s loser’s if anyone was. Bet they’re Inglish .

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            Who is to whome these days, Cat?

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            by the way, posted these many times before, I am sure of it, my favorite austrians,

            JA!, oh fucking ja…

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            More Sigrid und Marina, und ich weiß, du willst es, so zu stoppen blödsinn selbst verleugnen sich selbst von ihnen. Ok, osterreich – zo?

            adolf hitler!/jezzuz chroist!

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            and if top of the pops was still around, I am sure they would have been a xmas number one in the last few years with this,

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            be less hypocritical that that wotsit still to be decided, Cliff fucking Richard.

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            s’pose I got my fumming point out in the end, between lines, then hammer tennis balls.

            perverts state protected by the establishment, rain at Wimbledon and all that crap, so see through.

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  40. 76
    Frankie Boyle says:

    “He looks like a scrotum with a sad face drawn on it”

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  41. 80
    The Mentalist says:

    And let us celebrate his recent written work…

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2013/01/13/youth-in-revolt.html

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    hypocrisy is us says:

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  43. 86
    sean from kirkcaldy says:

    once upon a time i was one of gordo’s kirkcaldy police protection officers and my bank account statements make for very interesting reading. i am not adverse to whisking young girls off the streets and taking them for long car rides.

    and guess what?! i am a freemason.

    ***

    even if it takes 20 more years before i can get you sean, rest assured it will happen. filthy child molesting vermin scumfuck.

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  44. 88
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Where’s gordon going next one wonders?

    No doubt he’s off to Dub ai to talk to a loadof idiots about his philanthropy and how he’ saving the world .

    They’ll all pay him £thousands to sit there and listen to his twaddle and then he’ll gather up the money, bring it home, squirrel it away in his pretend charity and tell us what a good boy he is !

    Reminds me of that nursery rhyme ‘ put in his thumb pulled out a plum and said what a good boy am I’ – I forget the rest of it.

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      Dave - balls of steel - Cameron says:

      I love it when an old bird talks dirty.

      Putting in his thumb.

      Pulling out his plums.

      I bet you remember exactly what came next, you old saucepot.

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    • 261
      Nurse Airy says:

      Little Jack Horner sat in the corner
      Eating his Christmas pie…

      But where is the boy who looks after the sheep?
      He’s down in the haystack with little Bo Peep.

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  45. 91
    Labour...filth...just filth says:

    a memorable appearance of the chingrinner today in the house…what a shame we don’t have him as Pm…don’t laugh

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  46. 92
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I wonder if Gordon has ever read “Dunb.lane Un.buried”? Evil B’stard that he is.

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  47. 95
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Cape Cod – is the preferred destination of the politicoohmosexuals across the pond – how come Gordo loves going there?

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  48. 99
    Can't use me old moniker says:

    I’d like to take this opportunity to say how much I still detest this sneaky, lying bag of human shit, though not having to see him so often has helped my blood pressure considerably.

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  49. 100
    Sir William says:

    Age cannot wither him, nor custome stale
    His infinite variety.

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  50. 103
    Cake Thief says:

    The links to the DTs comments have crashed. Has he gone into a Nokia frenzy or something?

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  51. 106
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    I look at gordon and I see militwit.

    polly twaddle, who worshipped gordon and now worships militwit, says militwit has won the 2015 election .

    He will, she says, ensure we have unllimited immigration from europe; the EU will have increasing sway over our military, economics, law; edballs his chancellor will ensure that taxation and local government non jobs will expand beyond what gordon’s wildest dreams achieved and militwit’s windfarms, which have already cost us £17billion for 2% of our energy supply, will be expanded across every available space at immeasurable cost to our grandchildren

    Meanwhile, cleggie, the kinnochios, the bliars, cable, redhaireddannie, prezza and other lefties etc will all be making their £millions leaching off the taxpayer in the EU.

    Bad dream! Let’s hope it doesn’t happen!

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    • 200
      Phil says:

      I look at Gordon and think WTF have we done in a previous life to deserve our country being trashed for well over a decade, our children and grand children saddled with his debt around their necks and the scumbag together with his appalling clan is still taking the pixx at our expense.

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  52. 108
    EU Watch says:

    In other news, looks like the EU guys are getting a little skitty about fiscal union:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/01/15/eurozone-resolution-idUSL6N0AK8GK20130115

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  53. 109
    Jim Hacker the blagger says:

    Can o Nghumru/Song from Wales, for Kate, seems to be spitting one out like wet soap in July.

    Bob lwc iechys i ti, Katie bach iach,

    And get on google translate english if you are puzzled.

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    • 110
      Jim Hacker the blagger says:

      OOOPA – spells, Nghymru even.

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    • 111
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      ?

      Why would we be interested in anything other than plain English? Given that
      English is spoken across the whole of the civilised world!

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      • 112

        …but rarely in England.

        Oh! Sorry, nell. You did say civilised!

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        • 115
          Jim Hacker the blagger says:

          Have any of you been to deepest yorkshire, or town centre Newcastle-poon-Tyne?

          It was english Jim. but not as we know it!

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            to clear things up, for se home countyites, in that ingurlund,

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          • rebekah aka nellnewman says:

            My Mama in WW2 went to Newcastle with Dad who was an Engineer and got posted up there to make aircraft or something.

            She stayed a couple of weeks with her baby boys, couldn’t understand a word they said and fled back south to her Mum- sensible woman!!

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            rebekah, try Middleborough! Never felt so much out of the loop as there, as here,

            Tyne or Tees, which is better? Better men than me should know.

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          rebekah aka nellnewman says:

          SC!

          Here in the Shires we spe@k proper English and having travelled to
          Ind ia and beyond I can tell you that they spe@k better bbc English than we do!!

          I can’t spe@k for places like margaret moran’s luton !!

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          • Saw there was a Margaret Moran up in front of Southwark Crown Court today… Presumably not the same one that is too ill to stand trial for embezzlement!

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            Have you heard a true farmers Wiltshire voice, from near the Cotswolds? Even I had to reach for my provincial english phrase book, and I can speak several languages, mostly legal.

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          • rebekah aka nellnewman says:

            No idea Jim – I’m a Fen Tiger . I know nothing about wiltshire!

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          • The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

            Is that proper BBC english involving young children, puppies and serious sexual assault ?

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          • India Watch says:

            From what has been reported regarding extreme sexual assaults in India recently, one thinks that perhaps they have the BBC english down just fine.

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            Fenns, rebekah? A fine part of our isle.

            But sends me dizzy with no hills about, as a welshman you know. Knew a girl from Gainsborough – fine trumpet player she was, and no, the brass version I mean, you dirty other english beasts!

            And no, I am not going to tell you all how “friendly” we got, nor her first name, since she could be a tory councillor by now…

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          • Jim Hacker the blagger says:

            but I will tell you her size, she was five foot ten, an inch taller than me, and she was all over me. Like dutch/Fenns girls me – they are all so tall.

            Made a change from five foot one girls from my Wales, I suppose.

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    EU Watch says:

    Further proof that the EU is a risk to UK economic interests:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/currency/9802927/EU-uncertainty-risks-weakened-Sterling.html

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  55. 119
    David 'Referendum' Camoron says:

    Tell me, Samantha, am I in or out, it’s difficult to tell. Oh dear, I’ve gone all floppy.

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    • 132
      Dave,Clegg,Osborne, May & Titch says:

      Cast Iron tends to go very floppy these days ! Xanadu

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    • 138
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      Someone one should make a song of this ‘ Am I in or am I out’

      One verse should be for cleggie based on ‘ how much money can I make if I’m in and how much will I lose if I’m out?

      Then there should be a verse for bliar ‘ If I’m in – could I be President? – if not I’ll be out’

      Another verse should be for vinnie cable ‘ If I’m in will you make me the next EU Finance Officer with unlimited expenses, posh car and 5 star travel – if not I’m out’

      And finally AlyCampbell ‘ make me the EU Press Officer with a Brussels Palace, bottomless expenses and top class salary and I’m in – otherwise I’m out’

      The EU – all about what it can do for the luxury lifestyle of our political elite at the expense of our hardworking taxpayers!!

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      • 145
        Casual Observer says:

        There is that number by the Clash: ‘Should I stay or should I go’ : Won’t post the YouTube clip here, but may fit what you are after.

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        • 151
          rebekah aka nellnewman says:

          Don’t think ‘should I stay – should I go’ song illustrates quite the self serving , selfish , grasping mentality of our our current politicians who want to stay in the EU , at our expense, to make themselves into £millionaires a la the kinnochios!

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      Jim Hacker the blagger says:

      Michael wotsisname was my best Frankenstein’s monster. Yes Sarrazin – a classic Eff’s monster he was,

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    Neigh, thrice nay says:

    Does Gordon eat Tesco Beef(Horse)Burgers by any chance?

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    • 157
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      Gordon eats out of five star restaurants like bob crow!! The lefty political elite have no idea what the terms tescos’ or grocery shopping means!!

      Likewise they don’t understand the word bus or walk or an honest days work for an honest days pay!!

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      • 163
        Consumer says:

        Are Tesco’s selling groceries again ?

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      • 183
        albacore says:

        You reckon Gordon eats what other folks prepare?
        If he was that trusting, he wouldn’t have grey hair
        Or a physog that could shrivel a citrus fruit
        And that at a range of a hundred yards, to boot
        Were you cooking up Gordon’s favourite repast
        What would you add in, to make the memory last?

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      Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

      Fuck, sorry neighm missed your warbelings here. Check my later ones on such.

      When your horse let’s you down, shoot it, and chuck his thigh on the barbie. I say. With some rosemary and all that poncy herbs. yah koshe,. me maites, bling like.

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    Olympic Fakery says:

    Interesting possibility that cycling could be dropped by IOC:

    http://rt.com/sport/armstrong-doping-cycling-olympics-072/

    Good question: How clean were the rest of the games ?

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    • 148
      Blowing Whistles says:

      How clean are the Corporations – who clean up financially – with their puppets on display?

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      • 159
        Olympic Fakery says:

        To be fair it was all rather an expensive load of tosh.

        Few good moments, but really nothing that memorable.

        Even the assurances of the lasting legacy have been forgotten.

        Other than the displacement of London residents, eyesore where-ever the disused stadium actually is and a load of freaky statue things dotted around London, what has been gained ? Nothing.

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        Anonymous says:

        globalCorps actively running the front line of global reframing.
        they will not succeed despite vast hoodwinkery. Their ambitions are no less than an attempt to redefine everything.

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  60. 141
    Gordon with the inverted Midas Touch says:

    Sell the gold, tax the rich, fuck the banks and give all your money to Africa. Then everyone becomes dependent on the state and you’ll be so grateful for your handouts you’ll vote Labour forever. Probably…

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  61. 154
    Saffron says:

    Why are we even talking about this scotchland economic nomark McBroon and his prompter Balls.
    The pair of them are the pits as far as economics goes,just shows you that if you let idiots run an economy you are in for a rude awakening,which we are now seeing.
    However what we now have in this coalition is a bunch of overpaid assholes and I include Liebour who frankly don,t have a clue.
    The infighting now is becoming a joke,when will these supposedly politico’s get a brain and reallise what damage they are doing to this country.
    The british people want politico’s who are intent on protecting their interests and not selling us down the river to people who are not of this land.
    All of the three major parties are in MHO traitors to this land and I do hope that the electors remember this the next time round.
    Going to bed now and regards to all.

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    The Brotherhood says:

    The White House tonight denounced anti-Semitic remarks made by Egypt’s Islamist President, in which he described Israelis as “descendants of apes and pigs”. Footage of Mohamed Morsi’s video interview with the Lebanon-based Al-Quds channel was recorded in September 2010, but it has only just emerged, on the eve of a visit by high-ranking American delegation to Cairo. Mr Morsi, then a senior Muslim Brotherhood official, told the interviewer: “Either the Zionists and everything they want, or else it is war. This is what these occupiers of the land of Palestine know – these blood-suckers, who attack the Palestinians, these warmongers, the descendants of apes and pigs.” Mr Morsi dismissed negotiations between Israel and Palestine as a “waste…

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  63. 164
    Jimmy says:

    Brings a tear to my eye. Our last non-spiv PM.

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      Unelected PM's brother says:

      Thanks for helping with the cleaner’s bills, bruv.

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      JH230923495834 says:

      Better spiv than spaz.

      Of course, there is nothing ‘spiv’ like about signing a contract for two aircraftless aircraft carriers to suck up to your mong constituents, a contract which would cost more to cancel than to complete even if a single nut and bolt had not been put together.

      No, nothing at all.

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  64. 166
    Economist says:

    Was McMental really selling gold to buy Euro’s ?

    If so – where has that noose gone…

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/gold/9804444/Bundesbank-to-pull-gold-from-New-York-and-Paris-in-watershed-moment.html

    (This is posted at the top, but is VERY much worth reading !)

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  65. 170
    Blowing Whistles says:

    The real trick has been to keep the Public divided and over ruled. When enough of you work out that it is both the G.overnment & O.pposition – (it matters not one iota who is the Govnmt of the day their jobs are to give the preception of it all being demo.cratic when really it is a ruse) in cahoots with their legions of press ha.cks [free press - implies lost but thats what is says on the tin] who for decades have been living one big fat lie – while they line their pockets – with our money.

    Sub note: If ever the coppers wanted to take a step against that they have become underlings of the crooks – then they would arrest ‘across the board’ … but they too have been ‘enticed’ into the lies for their lesser payoffs.

    n.b. The Commie east greman government et al fell – when they could no longer differentiate between the corrup.t of one party over another. FFS work it out.

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      tabblenable01 says:

      Society is breaking down. Slowly but surely.

      Look up Operation Fairbank.

      Maybe it’s the Police’s way of hitting back at the political establishments’ attack on the Met. It’s the establishment’s “omerta” gone wrong. Just maybe the police are beginning to realise they have the upper hand in this establishment war.
      When the state can’t afford to pay for the police state (the enforcers of liberal democracy), it all starts to fail (see story today about 20% pay cut for first recruits).

      Iceratianly hope so!

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  66. 172
    Damned Impertinent Questions says:

    I thought he was a myth … a sort of bogeyman of the economy

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  67. 173
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    I look at gordon, balls, militwit et al and ask myself what happened to the post war labour party that my family thought they sacrificed themselves and went to war for ??!

    Were their sacrifices really so that bliar could become a £billionairephilanthropist ; the balls’ could become multi home owners and the milllionaire militwits could dodge inheritance tax?

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    • 179
      Casual Observer says:

      Looking at where their families are from, you should see the offspring of those who lost but survived WWII. You think they are working in our favor ever ?

      The whole garbage pile that has flooded in from the East it is essentially the same issue.

      The only way to resolve and hope for a unified Europe will be through a proper civil war. But looking back through history, that didn’t appear to work the last two times…

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        rebekah aka nellnewman says:

        It’s not where their from – its their greed that marks them out and makes them exploit the system for their own benefit .

        I think that is a prerequisite for politicians – they don’t want to do honest work they want to con folks out of their taxes etc.

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          Casual Observer says:

          It is where they are from. Greed is universal, but this kind of directed vindictiveness is born from your enemies and not your allies.

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    • 187
      stun says:

      Regrettably not Nell, based on pure hypocrisy.

      I was interested in what you were saying in relation to Remploy – that it was an expensive maketime which benefited neither party. Personally, I dislike state intervention, but might approve of insisting on larger companies (>£100m a year in profit?) employing a larger number of disabled people in their workforce. One of our friends has CP but would love to work and take less in disabilty benefits.

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  68. 178
    JH230923495834 says:

    Look at that man’s face.

    He used to be Prime Minister of this country.

    Prime. Minister.

    A root and branch restructuring of our political system is required if that was possible.

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      Noose Watch says:

      How abstract shall we go with the root and branch reform ??? :-)

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    • 185
      The Loony Left says:

      Vote Ukip and it will be Gordon Brown’s lunacy all over again through E.Balls.

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      • 263
        LabLibCon, nothing between them says:

        Give it a break, Osborne is spending more than the Brown lunatic,

        Debt is rising and the coalition is awash with 5 and 10 year plans, green idiocy, tax and spend Keynsianism, mass uncontrolled immigration continues, the courts protect terrorists and cast iron Dave still sucks E-you cock.

        We changed governing parties, not policies, they remain and are destroying this country.

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    • 186
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      Unelected PM! Never forget that! He was Unelected! Labour foisted him on us knowing he was flawed!

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      • 206
        Liebour. The Party you can't ever trust. says:

        No, Labour told us he was “the best man for the job”.

        Only when Labour lost the election did everyone in the Labour cabinet come clean and say, “er, well, actually, Gordon was batshit insane.”

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    • 189
      Jim Hacker the blagger says:

      More of an oil painting than The Thatch at her worst.

      Now she WAS ugly. A knob frankly.

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  69. 181
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    ‘Night Folks. God Bless.

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    • 191
      Jim Hacker the blagger says:

      bon nuit, or as the dutch say it, party time.

      Only joking, goedenacht, rebekah.

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      • 194
        Jim Hacker the blagger says:

        bon nuit with a french song for you, rebekah, mon elle tres bien,

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        • 241
          Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

          ok ok ok english, so Alice Lewis is welsh, and lives and works and sing in La France.

          Pensez-vous que vous toire français ont un problème avec ça?

          Rhagor Alice, en la francais,

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  70. 193
    Herman van Rumboy says:

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  71. 199

    Germany’s Bundesbank is to repatriate gold reserves held abroad to tighten control and combat currency crises in the future, pulling a chunk of its holdings from New York and all its bullion from Paris.

    Gordon cunningly swapped all our reserves for a handful of magic beans so we need never worry about this problem.

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    • 202
      Minor Correction says:

      Acting on the advice of Ed Balls, Gordon cunningly swapped all our reserves for a handful of magic beans so we need never worry about this problem.”

      Be afraid..

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    • 221
      albacore says:

      Only purely hypothetically, of course
      And assuming that they called in no foreign force
      When the LibLabCons at last reap what they have sown
      Where will they seek asylum, once their cover’s blown?

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  72. 207
    Anonymous says:

    The fraud that is Tessa Jowell is currently being shot down to fuck on SKY news paper review. Of course this cow doesnt want us to leave the EUSSR she and her crook of a husband will have a vested interest in there for sure.

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    • 290
      Silvio says:

      Has the official version been of which “B” paid her mortgage, and whether she’s still got it? Wasn’t it supposed to be revealed after her hubby was prosecuted?

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  73. 210
    EU Watch says:

    Issue of display of christian symbols:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/9804007/Christians-rights-trampled-on-by-obsessive-political-correctness-say-dissenting-European-judges.html

    ECHR is a trojan for attacking the church / religion – this is well know.

    Nice of the Judges to pass a judgement, but to be fair: Go fuck yourselves, God is not your jurisdiction.

    And Political Correctness is a serious mental illness and should be treated as such.

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    • 212
      Jaswinder Singh says:

      I’ll get me turban!

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      not a machine says:

      It all seemed to get a good fisking on bolton and co , but then I read Cranmers Blogg and I wasnt so sure quite where Mr Pickles was going on Alistair Campbells spin a victory in trinkets , is perhaps just up the athiests street ….. The framing of Christianity (yes I know there are other eligions) of/by politics is all too sneaky and slight of hand for me . Still chin chin , when your city or town becomes grand theft auto for real and you a multiplayer , perhaps you will have vague memories and regrets of rubbishing christian teaching .

      NN on towncentres , I sort of sppreciated the attempt , but as ever with liberal elites you just dont get it, that town centres was where you traded because it provided commerce for ….. your town centre and jobs … really didnt need whiney “tech age well its what we all expect at a click ” or mmm “if you cant compete on price then you need theatre ” . funny not of one panel thought of making amazon pay for the NHS , just so as to restore flow on money an all (slaps hand on forhead, you are all so bright in public school !)

      Guardian: wanrs Torys not be oppertune on EU ……. what could be more oppertune than , a thumping great increase in contributions dureing a debt crisis , unable to sign off acoounts , spending like a idiots , unable to get countries out of austerity in euro …… what could be more oppertune Guardian readers , than a corrupt socialist empire , with indepted countries under the jackboot and sending even the as yet unbourn , the bill for it …. what could be more oppertune ?

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      • 264
        Helpfully Yours says:

        WTF don’t you get a proper spell checker to go over your opuses before you press the submit button? Just type what you have to say in ‘Word’ first, do the corrections as automatically indicated and then copy and paste here.

        That just might make some of actually bother to read what you write. Until then.. no way pal.

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  74. 211
    Spineless Dave (fast becoming)Worst PM in history says:

    Ah i see the picture says Remploy Marine , So he has found another job

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  75. 213
    Anonymous says:

    yum-yum

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-21034942

    If you haven’t tried a fine horse steak, then you have never lived.

    With chips and mayonnaise, as the belgiums do.

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    • 217
      Casual Observer says:

      So – as I was wondering above, are Tesco’s selling groceries again ?

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    • 220
      Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

      ah fuc, sorry, norton had been at my hard-disk again, so ce la vie, it turno oot anononese.

      Sorry for repeat, mon frind.

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  76. 215
    Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

    yum-yum.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-21034942

    If you haven’t tried a fine horse steak, then you have never lived.

    With chips and mayonnaise, as the belgiums do, drunk with beneticine.

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    • 218
      Spineless Dave (fast becoming)Worst PM in history says:

      Had it in Frogland a few years back , very good

      Waiter Claude said “An ow werd yuw like yeer steak ?

      I said “cut it’s head off and wipe it’s arse”!
      he was not amused

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    • 219
      EU Watch says:

      As a steak and prepared the right way, horse is very tasty meat.

      In a burger though… Guess it is better than some of the alternatives.

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      • 222
        Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

        remarkably stringy, but for some reason, tasted like beef from my school dinners when young, back in the 1970’s…..

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      • 235
        not a machine says:

        Up until the 60s I think , just as we once used to have pork and beef butchers , no large town would be without a horse butchers , braised I think was a british favourite .

        No doubt by now you are all pondering , if my cat and dog food doesnt contain horse … where does it actually go to (lot of horses die each year) …… clearly every little helps ….

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        • 242
          Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

          heard grannies.when times were hard, used to buy more dog and cat food than their cats could consume.

          But with cheap curry powder, it is remarkable what you can rustle up.

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        • 250
          Tachybaptus says:

          Wonder whether it even contains something as real as horse. If you look at it carefully (as I have, wondering why the cat refused it), you find that each chunk is made of a kind of gluey mush which is probably partly MRM — mechanically recovered meat, scraps removed from bones with wire brushes and solvents — and partly some kind of matrix made of heaven knows what to hold the fragments together. It is covered with a flavoured coating or equally dubious origin — for example, artificial beef flavour is made from chicken feathers. The cat licked off the tasty outside and left the gunk in the middle, and I didn’t blame him.

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            heard dolphin was in it, but that could just be a rumour. Dolphins caught in nets, that is, not intentionally caught, before you get excited, maybe..

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            and during WWII with meat rations, it was surprising how the rat population was very low, or is that still not released yet?

            : )

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            yes, corned beef WW2 squaddies, or should I say, a tin of corned Ben,

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  77. 216
    Spineless Dave (fast becoming)Worst PM in history says:

    Talking of Sweaty Sock land , I haven’t see the bloated fizzog of Alex The Salmond spouting his nationalist shite on the box for at least six months is he dead ?

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    • 223
      Vote yes to The UK and No to The EUSSR says:

      Judging by your bigoted language I would have thought that separatists like yourself would have a natural Ally in fellow separatist Salmond. Your vision of breaking up the UK dovetails perfectly with the EUSSR strategy of divide and conquer

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      • 226
        Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

        We have got to start talking to the wetty socks better, or we will lose all our oil,

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        • 229
          Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

          furthermore, from Wales/Cymru, if it will help you english, in diplomacy here and now, Mary Hopkins,

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      • 231
        not a machine says:

        Blair the bringer of devolution (costs a lot more but , so less yer sporran but hey) heir to EU president in final era of career , make loads of money , leaves many countries busted for a generation …. FIN

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        • 245
          Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

          we were glad to distant ourselves from you se englanders, talking pervert – look at that clan Cameron now, not knowing which way he faces.

          A smack on his arse by me, and I will tell him future imagination. And I am from Wales, of all places. But us welsh have always been good at thatm when the english SE Thames have lost their way,

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            song for Lizzy One, sweet very young above, with Anne still headful, in garden then.

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            I spot Anne Boleyns all the time, this one hits me as one, in recent times, but is over sea,

            See what I mean?

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  78. 227
    Speaking of spineless Euro Mongs... says:

    Anyone heard about the EU survey on GM food ?

    http://phys.org/news/2013-01-eu-citizens-debate-gm-food.html

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    • 233
      not a machine says:

      Its a lie , GM crop rotations end up knackering more of land and soil , become sort of monocultures , end up having to lace land with chemical cosktails as diseases become more potent when they occure , end up turning fields in laboratorys just to get consistant yields …… much better longer term to have rotations with background disease varities , so as not to create singualr strains unaffected by chemicals .

      GM is bollocks they can do most of what they want with traditional cross breeding methods . Also crops and animals that lead normal lives taste better ….. and work more in harmony to enviroment on a balance sheet basis . GM is just borrow borrow borrow , until its knackered …..

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      • 236
        GM Watch says:

        You are totally correct.

        The only people who benefit are the manufacturers of the crops – the long term effects on people are really not understood. My personal experience – I did not become ‘gluten intolerant’ part way through life of my own accord – something has changed with the wheat.

        To get an idea about what wonders GM will bring – just look into the high levels of suicide among farmers in India who got suckered in during the 90s.

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  79. 230
    Hang The Bastards says:

    He doesn’t give a fuck about Remploy.

    He was SHAMED into turning up.

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  80. 237
    Anonymous says:

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  81. 238
    UKIP Watch says:

    Good interview with Mr. Farage posted above.

    UKIP need to be careful of succumbing to the Political Correctness and liberal left attack pattern.

    The one issue they need to defuse is that when they project a view or opinion which is counter to the politically correct norm, that they know how to respond to the charge of being ‘extremist’ and neutralize that.

    In this interview, one saw the first sign of doubt in Farage as to how that should be handled. Sticking to what he has done previously, and just keeping the party morally clean is all they should worry about.

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    • 246
      Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

      Farage plays it as he see’s itm the chancer.

      He a loud mouth gobshite, at the end of the day.

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      • 247
        Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

        fuck, repeat that for you Lige, without typos,

        Farage plays it as he see’s it, the chancer.

        He’s a loud mouth gobshite, at the end of the day.

        : )

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          UKIP Watch says:

          One would disagree.

          Up until now though he has not had to calculate as he perhaps did not seriously think that people would get behind him for real.

          He can do it though, just needs to stay cool and honest.

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          • Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

            Don’t get me wrong, I like the Nige, but he is, as polite as I can, only extends to about the Watford Gap. Otherside of there and Nige is nothing minded.

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          • UKIP Watch says:

            No worries, I do get what you are saying and agree. Farage comes over as credible and honest, and there is no reason to doubt that, which is partly what is winning him support.

            Seeing as things appear to be getting serious now, more serious analysis is required.

            The party and he as leader, from the perspective of entities which could tame the civil service and represent the UK on the world stage, how does this look ?

            Farage’s strength of character and perception is directly to your point.

            He couldn’t do much worst a job than Cameron, and is a big step up from Broon, but if the UK did step away from Europe and started directly negotiating it’s own trade deals etc., how would he fair leading trade delegations and negotiating on the world stage, how would his support ?

            The best thing that could happen this year, other than continuing to challenge Labour and consolidating their new apparent support, is if some serious Conservative hitters (and maybe some from Labour back benches ?) move over to UKIP.

            Talking up UKIP is dangerous for the party as they are still vulnerable to becoming a victim of their own success right now. But they are for sure ahead of the Lib Dems now, and are representative of middle ground politic in the UK moving forward.

            They should draft a manifesto section on family ASAP. This is the biggest gap in their manifesto right now and very important.

            Moreover, clarifying that they support the individualist version of multiculturalism would also fix the remaining aspects of their immigration policy which are open to misinterpretation.

            When people finally realize that they are a libertarian not liberal party they will realize that they are not a single issue protest vote but very real and tangible expression of the people.

            One hopes that the party does not lose the inner flair which the country needs to get itself back to where it should be. They are certainly making UK politics very interesting.

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          • albacore says:

            UKIP taking Parliamentary defectors?
            Farage would need a barrage of lie-detectors
            Any turncoat branded with the LibLabCon mark
            Would be too iffy to be let in from the dark

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    Mong Watch says:

    200 Global Warming Protesters (??) met with light snow flurries and a cold front:

    http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2013/01/15/2838322/high-tide-hits-as-rally-calls.html

    – Apparently, the cold weather is not the point… Is this an inversion of Popper’s denial ?

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  83. 243
    Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

    By the way Gord, heard Aldis has a special on for Burn’s Night, get it while it is hot and tightfisted,

    http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/special_buys3_28739.htm

    Och ay the noo, sheeps entrails with oats, in a dodgy skin.

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  84. 244
    France is a danger to Global peace says:

    Looks like the surrender monkeys are sending more troops over:

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/rest-of-world/French-triple-troops-in-Mali-prepare-for-assault/articleshow/18041524.cms?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=tweets

    Despite the fact that the French will lose badly (they need at least 5000), the following propaganda welcome is a little strong:

    “The French resemble a fly that was attracted to a pot of honey. Now their feet are sticky. They can’t fly away anymore. … It’s to our advantage that they send in French troops on foot. We are waiting for them. And what they should know is that every French soldier that comes into our territory should make sure to prepare his will beforehand, because he will not leave alive.”

    Flies to the turd is more appropriate, and one hopes the French have packed their running shoes and spare underpants. And, hopefully those pesky IED’s will be a little softer than they were elsewhere.

    Incidentally, any French who are wounded will likely be emasculated before they die. Enjoy.

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  85. 256
    Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

    Scottish song for the Gord, by an oirish bugger, of all people. Last one, honest,

    stop blubbering Gord, for fuck sakes, the neighbours are watching…

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    • 258
      Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

      Could say Oireland is a serious problem to us, since they are in a sticky situation, more than any country in the World, and they have only been treated without hysteria by EU, since they are next to us, and of course their left foot connections in the US, Paddy Day and all that bullshite glassey eyed crapola.

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      • 259
        Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

        But sorry, I have to say this, since I am a close close close welsh rugby follower in Wales in the Rabodiesct league, the celtic league in another name, the oirish come across as total fantasy arsebreaths, not knowing their country is broke twenty times over.

        Life of O’Reilly? It certainly is. They are fucking dreamers and still can#t see reality nor still feel it.

        And Ronan O’Gara? suck on this!

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  86. 262
    Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

    Thoughts from Wales,
    IRA thinking,
    no bombings here,
    from republican buddies.

    They may have killed our soldiers,
    for the Queens shilling.
    But on our own land,
    Paddy was shitting.

    No bombs in Cymru,
    IRA developed set off.
    Because the oirish conts,
    really do loike us.

    “painting road signs Jim? Couldn’t afford the brush, let alone the paint, Jim”

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  87. 270
    Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

    Viva La France, aux Legion les étrangère.

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    • 271
      Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

      remember once jumping out a fifteen hunred feet, para did not open properly, going fuck fuck fuck twirling and spinning my legs to untancgle, and it did, bore I thudded the ground on my sweet spot as training taught with such, as in my arse. If I used my legs, they would have been up my throat. And the odd branch of tree helped too, and not flat ground, slope good enough.

      Turned out it was my para pack got soaked sometime, fucking up the disperment from pack.

      Still, could hardly sit down for days, but I survived.

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      • 276
        Ann Robinson says:

        Can’t we ask the Welsh that infest this site to go post on some sort of jibber jabber welsh site?

        Tis clear they get pissed up on brains bitter stay up late and post all sorts of nonsense.

        Does this site have some sort of Welsh virus?

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        • 277
          Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

          It is called mind wars, Ann.

          How’s your cousins in Denbigh Ann? Still not talking to you?

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        • 279
          Elisabeth Gabriele Valérie Marie says:

          It’s called Jabberwonky.
          The cure is some sort of verbal blade.

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          • Ann Robinson says:

            The thing I don’t understand is that the average taff is actually proud of being Welsh ……go figure……..!!!! As Ann Robinson put it “What are the Welsh for?”

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  88. 281
    Ann Robinson says:

    You are on to it Ann!!!! …… I’ll never forget the look on my fathers face when we went to Tenby for a holiday and the bloody place was ‘dry’ on a Sunday ..the only time I saw my father cry.

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  89. 282
    PC49½ says:

    An arresting sight.

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  90. 285
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Remploy. Don’t they provide work for otherwise unemployable people with a disability?

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  91. 287
    I hate Blue Labour says:

    He seems to have nothing but eat in the last couple of years, the fat bastard. Let’s hope a heart attack and painful death come for him soon.

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Chris Bryant talks to the Times Diary about a famous gay actor:

“I don’t think I’ve had sex with him. He says we had sex in Clapham. I’m fairly certain I’ve never had sex south of the river”



Progressive Inclusion Champion says:

Great to hear Carswell call for inclusive policies and that UKIP must stand for first and second generation immigrants as much as the English.


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