August 6th, 2013

Boris Johnson’s Gift for George

Miliband was winning with an apple tree for Prince George, but better late than never, here the Mayor’s gift for the regal newborn:

Always on his message. 

Via @peterdominiczak

53 Comments

  1. 1
    dai laughing says:

    made in?

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    • 5
      Gollum says:

      That bike was much bigger before that fat b****** Boris sat on it?

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    • 28
      M says:

      I noticed the place where George stands and another toddler pedals .
      Freeing George to wave regally .

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      • 40
        10.4 highway patrol says:

        BABY GEORGE SAYS :

        What am I supposed to do with this — ride it or use it for potty training ?

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    • 36
      Taxpayer says:

      Are these unnecessary gifts to a month-old child paid for by the taxpayer, or are the politicians throwing away their own money? — Oh, wait, that’s ours too.

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      • 41
        10.4 highway patrol says:

        I would have given him Sion Simon as a present . Then George could invoke the Royal Prerogative by ordering him to shut up forever — then proceeding to give him a Phil Mitchell haircut.

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      • 48
        Simon B says:

        Anything the taxpayer pays towards the Royal Family is worth it. All the money we will eventually save by stopping all “forrinaid” should be funneled directly to Our Royals.

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  2. 2
    Simon B says:

    Long live Prince George, future king of us all! Long live the Royal Family! God Bless and Save Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II! Long may they reign over us! They are and always have been the best thing about GREAT Britain!

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  3. 3
    Just saying... says:

    What, he wants George to get on his bike already? He’s not even made it to a throne yet!

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  4. 4
    Owen Jones says:

    BBBWAAAH…BWWWAAAAAAAH.

    That rich royal kid has got my bikycel…I want one….I want one of those NOW.

    BBBWAAAAAH

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  5. 6
    Harry Wales says:

    That little nipper won’t be able to sit on that saddle. His little ring piece will be like a fresh bullet wound by the time Phillip the Predator and Charlie the Denier have broken him in. They call it “blooding” in the royal house and for good reason.

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  6. 7
    Arthur The Grate says:

    That little nipper won’t be able to sit on that saddle. His little ring piece will be like a fresh bullet wound by the time Phillip the Predator and Charlie the Denier have broken him in. They call it “blooding” in the royal house and for good reason.

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  7. 8
    The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

    Like a baby Stephanie Flanders.

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  8. 9
    Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

    Does he have to put his credit card in to get a ride?

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  9. 10
    No such thing as society says:

    If only all the wretched royals got on their bikes.

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  10. 13
    Somebody Had To Do This Joke says:

    “On your bike, future King Georgie– we want a bloody republic!”

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  11. 14
    Bill Quango MP - on holiday until september says:

    Are you sure it isn’t meant for the other George? The Osborne one ?

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  12. 16
    Baby T-shirt says:

    I’d rather lick on it
    than click on it

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  13. 18
  14. 19
    Boris says:

    Good old ebay!

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  15. 32
    illogical says:

    Good on Boris. A big kid who understands that little kids will enjoy it and get pleasure from it for a few years.
    Daal books okay and a security blanket, but an apple tree???
    I suppose there is some reason behind the apple tree- Seems a bit Fiddler on the Roof mentality to me.
    Just 2 presents to go perhaps. From Gordon and Tone?
    Putting Gordon down for something from Betamax on PFI.
    And from Tone???????

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  16. 34
    Ohthisbloodypc says:

    So the poor kid will have to pay £5 every time he wants to use the bike

    Thanks Boris

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  18. 46
    Gowrie says:

    This is odd: London Riots : this morning the TODAY programme on Radio 4 broadcast a prime slot, live piece comprising two interviews on the London Riots … never once was ethnicity or skin colour mentioned, not once … that’s mendacity, BBC .

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  19. 47
    John Ward (Medway) says:

    I suppose the best day to present these gifts would be Hallowe’en, when the choice of favourite would be “Trike or Tree”…

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  20. 49
    Roger Dewhurst says:

    A Beatrix Potter potty would be appropriate for a baby of his age.

    A tree seemed a good idea except he migh nver have the change to pick fruit from it.

    The tricycle will be a nice toy in years to come but for three or four it will simply take up space.

    I heard that some idiot gave the child a bag of coffee! How daft can you get?

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    • 50
      Roger Dewhurst says:

      I should have edited that before pressing the send button!

      might not migh

      never not nver

      chance not change

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  21. 51
    MIKE OXHARD says:

    Customised in Transport London livery ,
    built by designers
    Paid for by Taxpayers

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  22. 52
    H M INSPECTOE for HEALT and SAFETY says:

    If you think we will allow the future king to endanger his life and the life of other members of the public on that contraption , then dream on !

    We will be in the High court this morning seeking a prohibition notice !

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    • 53
      H M INSPECTOE for HEALT and SAFETY says:

      Inspector even

      momo to self , must paint some new letters on keyboard

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