March 24th, 2014

WATCH: Weird Ed’s Hannibal Lecter Impression

Ed was so close to getting through tonight’s episode of ITV’s The Agenda and coming across like a normal bloke, but then he inexplicably appeared to sniff the managing director of Jojo Maman Bebe Laura Tenison:

More evidence suggesting the 51% of 18-24 year olds who think Ed’s a weirdo aren’t wrong…

UPDATE: The glorious moment is now available in GIF format:

 


173 Comments

  1. 1
    Podiceps says:

    It seems almost like the reaction of a normal human to someone who is wearing a noticeable scent. But we don’t expect normal from Ed.

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  2. 2
    Freak says:

    I can smell your cùnt

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  3. 3
    DiseasedAnus BBC Cunt says:

    I wish to say what i really think of him, but i fear i shall refrain

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Pathetic. Is this the best you’ve got?

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  5. 7
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Hoof arted ?

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  6. 9
    Ex Tory voter says:

    I find our Eddie very weird and difficult to believe that he is Leader of the Opposition.It sows thatthe Labour Party is a busted flush.

    BUT, like many Tory MPs, I do not believe one word Spoonface says and find him totally hollow, without vision and lacking any commitment to Britain

    As if he is just serving out his time while waiting to do a Blair…Another way of giving two fingers to the People

    In the meantime, he will have doubled the national debt – which the People (certainly not him with offshore family trusts and windmills) will have to service

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  7. 11
    realist says:

    I think he’s just testing to see if that nose operation he had was successful.

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    • 12
      Podiceps says:

      Having a nose job of any kind usually destroys the more subtle parts of your sense of smell, especially the faint pheromones that are involved in sexual attraction. Ed’s nose has been comprehensively wrecked by the NHS, so I suppose he’s now restricted to trying to detect whether she’s wearing Channel 5.

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  8. 14
    David Minibanana says:

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    • 17
      Edward the Weird says:

      I will give another bwilliant thpeech at the Confewenth and the BBC will thay how wonderful I am. Thniff thniff.

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    • 52
      UKIP or bust says:

      Not a good advert IMO. It makes him look like a fighter who is up against many, and has battle wonds to proove he’s having a go, definitly a plus for him. Also this puts him in as an underdog, and we all know how that plays out with the English.

      Not only that, the use of the old Charles Saatchi poster makes people likely to regect the message as it is somewhat cliché ridden.

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  9. 18
    Julian Gibb says:

    Not a very pleasant site to visit now.
    I don’t mind frank views but the comment section I has reached the gutter.

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  10. 21
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Wouldn’t it be fun to have friends round and get drunk and play human centipedes. I’d love to be the girl in the middle!

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  11. 22
    Ed Balls says:

    It rubs the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the hose again. Yes, it will, Precious, won’t it? It will get the hose!

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  12. 23
    Captain Panick says:

    Saw Millitwit, and turned over. Thanks for the highlight!!

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  13. 27
    Ed watch says:

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  14. 35
    Capt Apollo says:

    as Ed is not a fan of beer i do hope a nice Chianti is not at home with some fava beans

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  15. 37
    Maimed Codger says:

    We will never know… too much Flash Guido and no loading, not every one is state of the art…

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    • 38
      Disgusted, Frilley under-Wear says:

      Tried to advise about d i s a b l i n g s c r i p t s on this site and using A d B l o c k to speed up loading, but was modded. Guido’s advertisers rule OK.

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      • 79
        George Washingline says:

        Just do it. Most of us already know about using Firefox with Adblock enabled. Works a treat to – and it is free.

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  16. 40
    Questions of our time says:

    Does David Cameron still stand by the £1bn spent on the L’ibya NATO campaign which he part justified as being vengeance for Lockerb!e ?

    h**p://dailym.ai/1pudYUT

    Seeing as to a man the C!A believe the credible evidence that it was !ran responsible:

    http://bit.ly/NW3BgL

    No wonder the mong couldn’t swing the Syr!a vote and got left with fudge packer marriage. What a complete brain-less fuck he really is.

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  17. 48
    Alex the Poorer says:

    Fe-Fie-Foe-Fum
    I smell pussy
    Where is it from

    Its not my birth mum
    ‘coz l “have” been there
    It must be Tenison
    With her blond hair

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  18. 56
    Curious says:

    Is that all he sniffs?

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  19. 58
    Ed Moribund says:

    It’s like Gordon Brown all over again, Miliband is useless but his colleagues are too scared to say it.

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    • 66
      Ed Balls Shallow Chancer says:

      Iam not you snot.

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    • 109
      bergen says:

      They were cowardly with Brown who suppressed any objection to his becoming leader. With Milliband I think they have to give him one election because he was properly elected leader under their idiotic rules.

      After that, all bets are off.

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  20. 63

    I thought it was Cast Iron Dave who had a problem with women? I’ve no doubt that after a good talking-to from Harriet, he’ll be a changed man.

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    • 67
      Ed Balls Shallow Chancer says:

      Once hes sampled PIE Iam sure Harriey will convince him.

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    • 73
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Miliband needs to address the woman problem in the Trades Union leadership.

      He needs to stand up to vile male dinosaurs like McCluskey,Sikorski & Serwotka and tell them they must stand down in favour of women selected from an all-women shortlist.

      Or is it do as i say and not as i do for Labour’s paymasters!

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  21. 68
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    I really don’t understand why the Tories are so afraid of Ed, but afraid they certainly are.

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    • 118
      Jim says:

      It is the postal vote that should scare them.

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      • 161
        Right Full Rudder says:

        That and the boundary issue they failed to get fixed. Now the gurning mong could win with less votes than Dave.

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    • 122
      Not conspiracies just a health check says:

      They’re afraid he may get deposed and get Ed the Ballsup school boy wife instead, if she gets in nobody would get a word in about anything, wouldn’t you be concerned.

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    • 126
      jgm2 says:

      Aye. They must be petrified. 14% lead in May 2012 becomes a 1% lead in March 2014.

      The Tories must be shitting bricks with over a year to go to the election.

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  22. 69
    Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

    If the licence fee is decriminalised it will mean we will have to show 98% repeats rather than the 95% we show now. We will definitely not be cutting executive salaries and pensions.

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    • 72
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Miliband should call on the government to abolish the telly tax, so as to ease the cost of living for the poor and squeezed middle :-)

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  23. 74
    Owen Jones says:

    Relatives of MH370 were lucky at getting a text to confirm their relatives were dead.

    Ryanair would have called and reversed the charges.

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    • 77
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      There is still time to dump your Boeing stock before the announcement that all 777s worldwide are to be grounded due to a fatal design flaw.

      I told you on day 1 to use critical thinking and Occam’s razor to cut through all the conspiracy theory bullshit :-)

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      • 90
        Wanna borrow my DC3? says:

        MAS had a problem with one of their A300s yesterday too. WTF do we have left to fly in. I remember when them Fokkers kept falling out of the sky too.

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      • 97
        Alan, you at t'bar? says:

        Nah

        as soon as it became known that the pilot was islamo, the mystery was solved

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        • 100
          jgm2 says:

          Not really. Why wait seven hours to kill everybody in the middle of nowhere? If you’re the pilot you could get it over with in a couple of minutes. Maybe take out a ground ‘target’ while you’re at it.

          Nope. Makes no sense.

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          • Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

            Exactly, as Carl Sagan said “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof”

            Read his brilliant book “The Demon Haunted World”

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          • Instine says:

            What “Extraordinary claims” are those then?

            Or are you just quoting at random coz u fink it is cleva

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      • 135
        Fishy says:

        Fatal design flaw…been flying for 20 years…1000 of the things…only one fatality before MH370 (pilot error – misjudged the runway at SFO, even then 777 – built like a tank saved the lives of the rest of the pax).

        Dream on (or conspire on)

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      • 137
        Jack Ketch says:

        Funny that you should say that. Nothing is more likely to be supressed that a fault that causes a nosolio fire right under the instrument bay that neatly knocks out all the comms. 1175 planes grounded for month? Squillions of dollars a day, empty airports? No one will say a word until the next one goes POP: remember the DC-10? 10% of all aircraft delivered involved in fatal crashes and although the causes were known by the NTSB and FAA it was hushed up for years.

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    • 162
      Right Full Rudder says:

      Ryanair would have wanted another £100 for the crash. Crashing is extra.

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      • 169
        aerobuffer says:

        expect they will be offering crash notification as an option … message £10
        postcard £5 … personal message from o’leary priceless

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  24. 85
    Pollee Tuscanee says:

    Read my article in the Guardian. It is well up to my usual standard and continues my record of being 100% wrong 100% of the time. Of course I get paid by the number of abusive responses in the comments section.

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    • 91
      Clik clunk says:

      So if we all click on and say how wonderful we think you are, does that mean you write for free?

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    • 101
      jgm2 says:

      You get moderated into oblivion if you don’t follow the group-think over there.

      They really can’t handle anybody who shatters the illusion that bedwetter-think is the prevailing UK ideology. The howls of anguish when the PR (or AV was it?) vote didn’t go their way was a joy to behold. Because literally everybody they knew had voted for change.

      And how did they handle this reality? By ba*nn*ing even more people who disagreed with the group-think.

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      • 116
        bergen says:

        I rather disagree. Brown wrote something there a few days ago and (if you add expletives) the comments were not that different to those he’d have provoked here.

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        • 119
          jgm2 says:

          It being the Grauniad they were probably having a go at him for losing to Cameron and not printing and spending even more money and creating another million public sector jobs while he had the chance.

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      • 138
        John Bellingham says:

        The Guardian comments section has a wonderful prayer to freedom of speech—“the comments below have been selected by our staff for their contribution to the debate”.
        –Yeah!

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  25. 88
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    The BRICS,Iran and other aligned countries should now set up rival groupings/organisations to the G7,IMF,UN,NATO and usher in the post US-EU-UN-NATO-BBC-Neocon world.

    Every member will have a strong nuclear deterrent to protect them from being attacked and invaded by murdering Neocon warmongers as happened with Iraq & Afghanistan.

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  26. 95
    Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

    It was payback time this morning for Hattie Harpic as she gave dame Nikki Campbell and the BBC a verbal blow job.

    She loves the BBC and the compulsory TV tax despite it often being wimen who end up in court for non payment.

    She also had no priblem with dame Nikki’s pathetic comments on BBC impartiality. Sure who could think the BBC was biased? I mean it’s not like they tried to hide the Daily Mail’s front pages over Harpic’s links to PIE is it?

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    • 112
      Like Big the crack at the bBBC has gone to far says:

      You know there won’t be any change in tv licence funding as all the MPs and the establishment are employees of the bBBC, they have shelves full of “experts” in everything except how to be “none biased” as per their charter.

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      • 131
        Pick litter for bennies says:

        I,m surprised the License Fee(really a tax)hasn’t been challenged in the EHCR.Defendant says”your honour,I’m in jail for not paying a tax for a service I did not ask for,a service I do not watch or listen to and a service with a huge amount of Eco!political and lifestyle bias”.

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  27. 102
    PitPony says:

    Just in from the BBC

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  28. 103
    jgm2 says:

    In May 2012 Labour’s poll lead was 14%. It is now 1% with over a year to go to the GE.

    Just how panicked must the Labour front bench and all their PPCs in marginal seats be?

    One day you’re planning who will be your chancellor of the exchequer the next you’re being replaced as leader of the opposition by Yvette Cooper.

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    • 108
      Tristram Hunt says:

      I say old chap,don’t you think it’s my turn ?

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    • 140
      Odd Codger says:

      Not so pretty Polly has given her Soviet rhetoric in the Gruniard today asking for boldness from Labour.
      Not since Stalin’s days have I seen such a blatent diatribe to cover defeat.
      BBC interviewed Harriet Harperson who said everything is fine and on target. Of course the BBC let her off in stating such blatent lies – you could not make it up.

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  29. 107
    Guy News Room says:

    The funeral service for Tony Benn will take place at St Margaret’s Church in Westminster at 11am on Thursday 27 March. Tony Benn’s body will be taken by hearse from the gates of New Palace Yard, with family members following on foot.

    Yesterday afternoon,Lord Owen Jones issued a call for people to line the route around Parliament Square. Anyone wishing to do so should be in Parliament Square by 10:30am. It is understood that some organisations will be bringing banners.

    There are only a limited number of places available in the church and applications should be made to benn.funeral@westminster-abbey.org.

    A memorial meeting will be held later in the year.

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  30. 117
    Humpty Dumpty will eventually fall says:

    Don’t know about weird , I think any guy listening to the high speed yack from that woman would be doing the same thing, he looks as if he’s dreaming of the money he will be getting from all those windmills.

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  31. 120
    Owen Jones,Guest Moderator says:

    Comrades,the web service to this account has been limited temporarily!

    There is a server resource overage report open for this account in the User area

    To remove the limits, please log into your User area and consider the options available to resolve the case.

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    • 124
      It never adds up says:

      Surely Owen you are going to be late for school, remember one plus one equals two not three and is only used in accounting purposes, like expenses.

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  32. 123
    Tim Yeo-Yo says:

    Only 51% of 18-24 year olds think he’s a weirdo? Labour really did fcuk up a couple of generations worth of education didn’t they.

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  33. 125
    the mystical mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    It’s a really stupid idea to alienate the Russians, where is the advantage to it ?
    are there any Americans on the ISS ?

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  34. 128
    Multiple Miggs says:

    I’m sure I can smell something!

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  35. 134
    Anonymous says:

    He was just sampling the one he’d slipped out, realising it was rancid and hoping she wouldn’t notice.

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  36. 136
    Mark Oaten Lib Dem says:

    That’s a bit of a pervy sniff.

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  38. 144
    Anonymous says:

    “Ed’s Hannibal Lecter Impression”
    is very similar to Dave and Nick’s. In that suppression of a plebiscite is intended to ensure The Silence of the Sheeple.

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  39. 148
    Anonymous says:

    logo placement on gif’s guido is so fucking b3ta.

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  40. 149
    Anonymous says:

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  41. 151

    This geez is a scarey weirdo.

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  42. 155
    neitherdeadnoralive says:

    This total nut job is our next Prime Minister; God help us……..

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  43. 156
    Displaced Brummie says:

    He probably wasn’t sniffing. He was pretending to be interested in what she was say. And made himself look a bit of a twat.

    But then that is part of the Ed Milliband problem, isn’t it? He wants to look normal, like a real person. But It’s as if we can hear someone whispering in his earpiece: “Remember what we told you, Ed? Look as normal as you can. Nod, and… oh, fuck! Ed! You idiot! That made it look as if you were sniffing her!”

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  44. 157
    Lesley says:

    It’s the stupidity on here that proves Democracy is not that good an idea. Imagine, you lot can vote!

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  45. 164

    Hello i am kavin, its my first occasion to commenting anywhere, when i read this piece of writing i thought
    i could also create comment due to this good piece of writing.

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  46. 167

    I wonder if anyone will rush out a single, ‘I sniffed a girl, and I liked it’

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