April 9th, 2013

The Best Boris GIF You Will Ever See

Forget the dancing at the Olympics, although that was glorious. Here is a gem that got buried by bigger news yesterday:

Made by @jagsingh


  1. 1
    Misterned says:

    Very impressive, but it does not top Mrs Thatcher inventing Mr Whippy ice cream. That was a major contribution to humanity.


  2. 2
    bungabunga says:


    Remember this the next time the Guardian, BBC, David Cameron, Harridan Harperson, Owen Jones etc says that right-wingers are nasty and need to “detoxify”. Some of the left yesterday showed themselves to be utter scum, celebrating the death of an elderly lady in some cases with posters depicting a hanging noose. The description of “vermin” than Bevan used to describe Tories always struck me as a terrible thing to say to one’s fellow man, but it turns out to have been perfectly apt for the modern left.


    • 4
      Misterned says:

      Not to mention looting a charity shop in Brighton. This shows the foul, vile contemptible nature of the loony left.

      When they accuse the right wing of being vile and nasty, they are, in fact, psychologically projecting their own hatred and sub-conscious admittance of their own failings. They are self loathing scum.


    • 8
      Lord Stansted says:

      Glasgow, Brixton, LIverpool and Bristol don’t carry much weight in the scheme of things. Best ignore the poor dears.


      • 56
        Gooey Blob says:

        You wouldn’t want to invest money in companies from those places if they are typical examples of the local workforce. There are far more deserving cities.


    • 23
      BarleyBill says:

      The term ‘toilet licking maggots’ comes to mind, don’t you think?


    • 28
      RealJimmy says:

      To the dole scum, workshy, lazy, Polly Toynbee, Owen “utter poncey middle class twat” Jones and those who hate England, Maggie will always be a hate figure. Rather vindicates her, I think.


      • 45
        Resident of 96.99% white Merseyside says:

        I saw the famous (at least on this blog) Polly on the box last night. She was quite calm making her points and certainly did not start shouting.


  3. 3
    armchair sports says:

    Boris was always a success with Balls, Baskets and rings though not necessarily in that order


  4. 5
    Wurzel says:

    The vid is short enough as it is, without presenting it in B/W silent movie mode.


  5. 7
    John Wellington Wells says:

    Is Boris the true hair to Thatcher?


    • 29
      BoJo says:

      No, I’m not. I celebrate the e t h n 1 c c l e a n s i n g of England and indeed call for even more.


    • 41
      mushroom says:

      I believe you are splitting heirs. No way. Boris is very different.
      Blair and Cameron may have attempted to imitate the Thatcher mould but their legacy was / is more fungal than forceful.


    • 49

      He is either the heir apparent or a hairy parent, not sure which.


  6. 9
    Anonymous says:

    Fuck it! I would vote for him now. Cool as you like with the high five to the brother as well


  7. 10
    Resident of 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    I can see the I*slamic Republic of Tower Hamlets in the background.


  8. 12
    SP4BS says:

    Incredible juxtaposition.

    We’re doomed.


  9. 15
    Casual Observer says:

    Boris like Dave lacks something crucial, which old Maggie had: Conviction and action.

    Better step up on Dave, but monging about with a basketball is not really a good use of tax money and to be fair those skills are about as much use as Dave in an EU budget negotiation.


    • 18
      SP4BS says:

      Like i said. dooomed.


    • 46
      Anonymous says:

      Boris does know how to promote ideas. Something that is sadly lacking in the rest of the politicians. Just look at that setup and the background. After the years of deceit and corruption, from which we hope to emerge, honesty and reducing the distance to the voters is essential. Boris might not have the trust, but he has attributes to compensate.

      Look at the last two speeches made by Cameron and Osborne. Yes, they were in front of the people, but they were not with the people, in either of those events. They came to tell the people.

      “Let me explain how.”, “Let me tell you ..” “My message to the banks is clear … “ “Because we have a plan…” “…can be confident that we are implementing our plan…”

      Who are these ridiculous speech writers that have no idea about who is doing the work, and who is just making speeches. Next time try and find someone that can motivate the people to drive our way out of this mess.

      Or are all politicians convinced that no act of the people can perturb their plans.


  10. 16
    Fat Lady says:


  11. 20
    H-O-R-S-E Champ Wesley Snipes, "White Men Can't Jump", says:

    You ain’t shit, Johnson.
    Lessee you do summa dis shit (pretty good fo’ white boys):


  12. 27
    Anonymous says:

    Magic Johnson.


  13. 30
    One Term Dave says:

    I could do that with my eyes closed.


  14. 32
    Bazinga! says:

    I’ve got some champers chilling, some on Mandela, die you fucking cuunt.


    • 39
      Resident of 96.99% white Merseyside says:

      When Mr Mandela dies I think I shall break with protocol and not watch C4 News or Newsnight for a few days as I dread the sight of loony lefties hugging each other like mad and crying crocodile tears.

      At least the response to Lady Thatcher’s death from her admirers has been dignified.


      • 57
        Mr Curious says:

        What did Mandela actually do?? I mean, he sat in prison for 27 years doing SFA whilst his supporters put car tyres around each others’ necks and set them on fire.

        He then gets out of prison, divorces his wife (because she allegedly killed some of his supporters), became president and oversaw his country descend into an orgy of violence, and voila! He’s a hero.


  15. 34
    Truth says:

    More people died here and abroad under Blair and Brown than under Thatcher. Fact.


  16. 35
    Moussa Koussa MK 29 pet machine gun says:

    I can’t stop wanking.
    My knob is red raw. now its only half up and is very sore.
    I try not to have a handy, but then I hear ‘Thatcher’s still dead’ on the news and I have to go and crack another one out.
    Just a tiny, weak dribble. But i can’t help myself.

    I wish I had a lefty mate I could toss off instead.


  17. 36
    d says:

    is there going to be a ‘stiff of the week’ competition this week?


  18. 37

    Shame about Paris Brown, but a youth police & crime commissioner without a Twitter account?


    • 53
      Agism is apparently OK in the Police 'service' says:

      How ironic that she’s only got the job until she turns 18, whereupon she gets sacked (illegally) for being too old. She’s going to learn an important lesson about law and order in the UK: the Police ‘Service’ is crap.


  19. 40
    Met Ball says:

    How to avoid being the victim of muggers in London.
    Chuck the basketball backwards over your head(distracting the young fiends)and run in the other direction.
    Unlike Boris do not attempt to high five any of them.


  20. 43
    Going out in style says:

    Mrs Thatcher died at The Ritz. What better two fingers to socialists?


  21. 50
    Dont remind people of Winter of Discontent for Gawds Sake says:

    Nice to be reminded of “Red Robbo” and why the UK no longer has a car industry and what a car-crash the country was under Labour with Labour leaders controlled by the unions..very topical no wonder “Red Ed” is getting worried about his “supporters” vile comments and modern comparisons being made about his close associations with union bosses…..


  22. 51

    The underlying implication, that Boris gets it in every five seconds, is probably slightly overstated.


  23. 62
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Meadowlark Curly Pfefferwurst Johnson. Basket case.


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Gyles Brandreth writes in his memoirs:

“Sunday, May 10, 1998

Early start: appearing on Breakfast With Frost, to be broadcast from 11 Downing Street. The Chancellor [Gordon Brown] is grouchily amiable, but so earnest — and still biting his fingernails to the quick.

After the show, he took us upstairs to his flat. He lives above No 10, while Blair and family are in the No 11 duplex, which is bigger and more like a proper house.

I was intrigued that, when he took us into his bedroom, the Chancellor rather ostentatiously opened the built-in wardrobes, as if he wanted us to see the women’s frocks that were hanging in there.

They looked quite large, but I don’t think they belong to Gordon. I assume they belong to his girlfriend [Sarah Macaulay, who he later married].

I presume he was keen for us to know that he has one — and that she’s not a ‘beard’. I don’t think he does anything without calculation.”

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