June 21st, 2014

Quote of the Day

Fleet Street Fox opines….

“Ed Miliband blithely says he can win in 2015 and he will ‘relish the next 10 months’. If it’s anything like the last four years of misery and ineptitude it’s going to be like being skinned alive for those of us who think the Coalition needs to go in the same evolutionary dustbin as webbed feet and the vermiform appendix. If England are to qualify, Italy needs to win against Costa Rica and Uruguay and we need to beat Costa Rica 300 to 0. If Labour are to make it into Downing Street next year Ed has to utterly destroy Theresa May, George Osborne, half the alumni of Eton College and convince 20 million people he’s not a spod. What’s he doing? Waiting for the other side to destroy themselves, while pootling around in the wrong half while his own team whispers behind him. His strategy is to wait for the Coalition to leave the pitch open, then dribble up to the net and gently tap the ball in while David Cameron’s picking his nose.

But it’s worse than that. He’s actually got an open goal in front of him and can’t even spot it…. Anyone would be better than this. ANYONE.”


13 Comments

  1. 1
    Webbed feet would be cool says:

    I’d quite like webbed feet.

  2. 2
    john in cheshire says:

    Is a spod the same as a spaz?

  3. 3
    SleeplessInKirkcaldy says:

    We live in an era of 24hr news and internet leaks where the compromises needed for government just look incompetent. It doesn’t matter who governs or what they do, they’ll look like idiots.

    It does however take real effort to make an opposition look even more incompetent.

  4. 4
    Urban dictionary says:

    spod
    n. Chiefly British Slang
    One who spends an inordinate amount of time exchanging remarks in computer chatrooms or participating in discussions in newsgroups or on bulletin boards.

  5. 5
    Hammer House of Horrors says:

    I suppose that the drip of poison from that oily sewer worker, Mangledbum, won’t do Wallis much good. And Blur sniffing around the piles of shit he left, that Chilcott is about to point out, can’t make Liebour the aroma of the month. But, hey, Damian the Hatchet is looking to make a comeback so, that means, Campbell is in there somewhere.
    It’s the “Night of the Undead” meets “A matter of loaf and death”.
    We’ll know when things are really grim when they bring back Kinnock and Prescott to lend support.

  6. 6
    Peter Martin says:

    Got to give the girl credit, she wears her objectivity on her sleeve.

    I was going to suggest the BBC offer her Sidestepping Cover while Jasmine is still on FootinMouth leave, but Aunty seems to be holding firm for now.

    They might yet swing it if they don’t waver.

  7. 7
    David Miliband says:

    Damn! Just doodling my thoughts and pressed “SEND” by mistake. Sorry Bro

  8. 8

    Wonder what juicy politico / economic scandal the Sundays will have for us as we awake tomorrow ?

    “Christine LaGarde and Janet Yellen in secret tryst on Mars ” (??)

  9. 9
    Llareggub says:

    I thought that was a wanker…?

  10. 10
    Cor Blimey says:

    I suggest Milibandwaggon gives a leading advisor role to “We’re all right Kinnock”.
    Then we can all rest better in our beds.

  11. 11
    Michael Parkinson says:

    I’ve met lots of interesting people.

  12. 12
    Deviant says:

    Just crack one off in the shower. Works for me…webbed feet every time.

    You’re welcome.

  13. 13
    bobhas1 says:

    The mans a buffoon he seems to look at public oppinion and spout something that completely oposes it.He#s more of a spunkbubble than a spod incidentally…


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