August 23rd, 2013

WATCH: Bercow’s Impersonations of Tory MPs


  1. 1
    Maqboul says:

    Jus like thah!

  2. 2
    Boris says:

    I’m going to write romantic fiction under my pen name of Chelsea Blonde.

  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Amazingly stupid given his wife’s antics……

  4. 4
    *yawn* says:

    What is the point of Bercow?

  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Quite funny. What’s the problem?

  6. 6
    Hon Sec of the Pittenweem Eventide Social Club says:

    Who’s his agent?

  7. 7
    David Ward says:

    A placeman for the chosen ones?

  8. 8
    Hang The Bostards says:

    Dont give up your day job shortarse

  9. 9
    Concrete Jungle says:

    The race is on to see who can cover the country in concrete at the fastest pace

    Behind every great man there is a great woman

  10. 10
    JadedJean says:

    These narcissistic types just love an audience. There’s no business like show business!

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    Tribal Terror says:

    OK I am going to say it – Bercow seems quite entertaining in this piece

  12. 12
    Alice Liddell says:

    I should never have given him that slice of mushroom.

  13. 13
    David Cameron says:

    I raised the alarm at work today.

    The midget was furious.

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    When wrong just do the right thing...Simples says:

    Guido. Very rarely you get it badly wrong and this is one such time.

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with Bercow’s speech, quite funny and engaging in fact.

    But don’t be too concerned as it’s nothing in comparison to Dave getting HS2 so wrong. (and homosexual wedlock and a world class sea, air, road and rail hub in the Thames Estuary)

  15. 15
    Alan Haywood says:

    What a nasty self serving little creep is Bercow. His criticisms of Gove and Tapsell in particular, were typically imperious and smug, as everything he does is with an air of smugness and self satisfaction. He is incapable of understanding that he himself was guilty of the very things he attributed to these two. Ghastly little twerp!

  16. 16
    DLT says:

    What’s small and confuses pa3dophiles?


  17. 17
    Paniagua v5 says:

    The ultimate imitation of this goon must surely be marrying a slapper?

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    Living in 97.222% white Merseyside says:

    He is very well spoken and very eloquent. The Mother of Parliaments should be proud.

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    Sally B says:

    I’d like to think of myself as somebody that midgets can look up to.

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    Scamp The Excitable Dog says:

    What A Tiny Pompous Cock.
    Toe Curling.

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    Sally B says:

    I’d shag it.

  22. 22
    D P Dance says:

    If I did not dislike the little man so much, I would say he spoke well.

  23. 23
    Otis says:

    Fact: Lifts smell different to Bercow

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    Mike Yarwood says:

    Who’s this then, John?

    “Ooh, Paddy, Ooh Paddy, Oooh, Oooooooh, Ooooooooooh, OOOOOOOOOOHHH! OOOHH Paddy!”

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    Barry says:

    I didn’t know he was appearing at the Edinburgh Festival.

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    He damned him with faint praise says:

    I don’t particularly like Bercow but in this instance from the extracts he seems to have given quite an amusing and witty speech and when he retires should have an excellent career as an after dinner speaker for various Rotary Clubs throughout the country or perhaps even may be taken on by that haunt of retired politicians….the BBC…although the vacancy of fronting travelogues around the UK(and abroad)by rail is already taken I am sorry to advise him

  27. 27
    a non says:

    Didn’t realise you were into dwarf tossing Guido.

  28. 28
    ACL Bliar says:

    Is it Wendi? She calls me Paddy because our family are closet Micks

  29. 29
    Michael Gove says:

    Make little things count; teach arithmetic to dwarves.

  30. 30
    A### C###### says:

    Is it R######?

    She calls me Paddy because my name and s3x-life cannot be mnentioned for legal reasons.

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    I thought this site was about free speech says:

    A bit like Alistair Darling, call me a cynic, but would this have anything to do with Alistair Darling no longer being promised a seat on the board of HS2 or some other such freebie. If I’m doing him a disservice I apologise in advance still you can’t help but feel if not him then other politicos would be looking to jump on this definitive gravy train

  32. 32
    Tyrone says:

    Going to be controversial, but I think this is quite good!

    Love calling Rees-Mogg a “Young Fogey”.

  33. 33
    Sally B says:

    Why should you never shag a midget with learning difficulties?

    It’s not big and it’s not clever.

  34. 34
    C.O.Jones says:

    Probably your sense of humour.

  35. 35
    Bertie Bassett says:

    Bercow should stick to doing impersonations of The Speaker

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    Sally says says:

    He’s never made my toes curl

  37. 37
    a non says:

    Mother of Parliaments ended with Blair’s arrival. It then became the ‘Brother’ of Parliaments.
    That this pipsqueak is Speaker following Gorbals Mick just shows you how low it has sunk.
    A good-un in Boothroyd- 1st woman Speaker.
    Gorbals Mick -1st Roman Catholic Speaker.
    Bercow- 1st Je-w-ish Speaker.
    Recently going for ‘firsts’ What next????

  38. 38
    Radio 4 6.30 pm comedian says:

    He’s been called that many times before.
    Google “rees mogg young fogey” — he’s even in the wiki entry for the term.

    Comedy is very subjective but I find Bercow a bore. Very safe here (unlike his future ex-wife) and that “He’s a character” is sportsman-dinner-speaker standard.

  39. 39
    Sack him says:

    The pompous little shit.

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    oldseadog says:

    Sounds as if you describing yourself.

  41. 41
    Sally B says:

    I fucked a dwarf last night.

    It was my first time, but I won’t be making a hobbit of it.

  42. 42
    Aunt Sally says says:

    Innocent face

  43. 43
    TWatson down under says:

    I’m as bored as a midget in a theme park.

  44. 44
    Sack him says:

    Who, in their right mind, would sit and listen to that little turd?

  45. 45
    Anonymous says:

    Ah, the patter of tiny feet around the house.
    There’s nothing like having a midget for a butler.

  46. 46
    C.O.Jones says:

    Gorbals Mick, what an odious man, he tried to paper over the expenses scandal and it cost the taxpayer over £150,000 in legal fees.

  47. 47
    Anonymous says:

    On balance I think he should stick with the day job.

  48. 48
    Jacob Rees-Mogg says:

    Ah, the patter of tiny feet around the house.

    There’s nothing like having a midget for a butler.

  49. 49
    Imagine the Conversation says:

    JB – “How come you never tell me when you’re having an orgasm?”

    SB – “Because you’re never there”

  50. 50
    Sally B says:

    I’ve taken steps to stop John from kissing me.

    His steps, to be precise.

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    Heel Patch says:

    Bercow should be removed from office asap, the role of speaker is supposed to be impartial, I thought things couldn’t get any worse after Gorbals Mick but still on the downward trend it seems.

    Bring back Betty Boothroyd.
    And get shut of that odious dwarf and his tart wife.

  52. 52
    Little John says:

    I’d love to have had a threesome last night, but I was two short.

  53. 53
    Bercow, Stand Up says:

    A new career beckons…

  54. 54
    Sally B says:

    Here, have a toke on this, John; it might help you to get medium.

  55. 55
    Carlos Estevez says:

    Two and a half men ?

  56. 56
    Radio 4 6.30 pm comedian says:

    Err, he’s already standing up.

  57. 57
    RK says:

    I’m not sure that it would have meant a lot to what was apparently an overseas audience.

  58. 58
    Simon Cowheel says:

    I am going to twin him up with Lembit Opik and create a new little and large. Or dumb and dumber not sure what there name will be yet.

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    I d on't n eed no d octor says:

    Bercow, give up your day job.

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    Simon Cowheel says:


  61. 61
    Sir William Waid says:

    A competent and unbiassed Speaker?

  62. 62
    John says:

    I like to think of you as somebody that midgets can look up.

  63. 63
    Disappointed says:

    I’m disappointed. When I saw the headline I thought it was going to be Sally.

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    Anonymous says:

    Don’t be bitter Greedo.

    Nothing cringy about that at all. It was good.

    Far cry from anything your wanker friend Gove could ever produce, except he only gets his laughs from other Tory wank stains.

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    Anonymous says:

    He at least has something to be self satisfied about. Unlike Wanker Gove who mostly satisfies his master, Murdoch.

  66. 66

    Nicely observed. Trying to be too clever innit?

  67. 67
    Anonymous says:

    I quite enjoyed that.

  68. 68
    Mrsshitrit says:

    I feel an audio ebook coming on

  69. 69
    Anti-Rentier Alliance says:

    We have only built on 12.7% so far. But if that offends you tear down your house and revert it to a wood or field

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    Just Saying. says:

    Practicing for the BBC and Edinburgh to keep his woman in the luxuries she demands?
    Reasonable performance but totally unbecoming of a sitting Speaker, and as such he can be heard saying between the lines “I don’t do Ethics”

  71. 71
    Sniper One says:

    It comes from a sitting Speaker, that’s what is wrong.

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    Gastrognome says:

    Not like thah!

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