May 29th, 2014

Quote of the Day

Popbitch’s Westminster c*ckwatch may have found another reason why Clegg always looks so unhappy:

“Nick Clegg, sleek and, dare one say, polished looking, although for some reason peering down at it seemed to make him sad.”


5 Comments

  1. 1
    Old Grumpy says:

    My day of youth is over
    The torch of life is out!

    What used to be my sex appeal
    Is just a water spout!

    Time was, when of its own accord
    T’would from my trousers spring.

    But now I have a full time job
    To find the blasted thing!

    It used to be embarrassing
    The way it would behave,

    For early ev’ry morning
    It stood and watched me shave.

    But as old age approaches
    It sure gives me the blues

    To see it hang its withered head
    And watch me clean my shoes.

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  2. 2
    Old Codger says:

    Dick

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  3. 4

    How s it going in there Max ? Finding Your feet ? Getting your legs under the table ? Making new friends ? You ll soon feel at home . How many more years to go now ?

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