April 1st, 2014

Find Love in the Guardian’s Comments


18 Comments

  1. 1
    Scapegoat for others says:

    Yeah, I wiped my arse on thar this morning.

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  2. 2
    Mrs Dromey says:

    I’m going to do a PIE chart displaying the numbers of posts like this on CIF.

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  3. 3
    Aardvark says:

    I hate people who disagree with me.

    Me too

    Do you hate them and think they’re scum who should be destroyed or banned?

    Yeah, me too.

    Do you look lovingly at Marxist dictators like Castro and Chavez, and wish we could get rid of this horrid democracy and install a Stalinist dictatorship?

    Yeah – wow, its like we’re Soul Mates!

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  4. 4
    Lord Stansted says:

    I’ll certainly be more careful whenever attending theatres in the future.

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  5. 5
    Fishy says:

    That’s the trouble with Guardianistas. Why do they always write such pretentious tripe?

    Why use a hundred words to say, ‘Do you fancy a fu’ck?’

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  6. 7
    Me says:

    “Do you like Musical Theatre?”

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  7. 8
    Anonymous says:

    He was after a 16 year old boy!

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  8. 10
    Sid Cleverbollocks says:

    Poor Oliver Beatson will sadly be beating himself again tonight.

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  9. 12
    Just one thing says:

    Link please.

    Like

  10. 13
    Sebastien says:

    How did Guido manage to cum across this?

    Like

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