August 14th, 2014

Mrs Danczuk’s Now and Then Bikini Snaps

When Labour wife Karen Danczuk isn’t tweeting photos of her baps on sale at her Rochdale deli, she spends her time giving MP husband Simon plenty of support online. Karen has delved into the archives however to mark Throwback Thursday, a Twitter hashtag where people share old pics of themselves. Lucky followers have been treated to a past poolside holiday snap:

And then a more recent selfie:

Still got it…


  1. 1
    Lard Everard - Giant Cockroach says:

    Would you like to become a Liberal Democrat ?


    • 37
      RichUpNorth says:

      … and she’s married to a Labour MP? What a waste!

      Vote UKIP … and you can all have a pair like them … if you want to … if you don’t, then there’s more for the rest of us.


    • 38
      Frinton says:

      Is she trying to get Simon Danczuk in as the next Mr. Speaker??


      • 45
        The two Muppets says:

        Maybe I am just getting old but WTF. has this got to do with anything ?


        • 94
          Yasmin Gonorrhea-Brown says:

          Who cares. Just put your head in between them and go wubbly wubbly wubbly.


          • Anonymous says:

            A high forehead is a sign of intelligence.

            I have one too.

            I don’t have a lovely body though.

            Nick Clegg has both.

            I’ll stop there.


    • 68
      Handycock whipping it out says:

      Telephone number please. Boaz.


      • 187
        Anonymous says:

        Pamela Stephenson.

        The best female commedienne/char of the late 70’/80’s.

        Lucky sod Billy Connolly married her.

        I like truckin’ – I like truckin’ – I like truckin’ and I like to truck……….

        Not the Nine O’Clock News – great stuff

        p.s Janet Brown’s impersonation of Mrs Thatcher captured the condescention of
        greengrocer’s ‘daughter to the nation perfectly too.

        Great Days!


    • 253
      David Cameron says:

      Thanks to all those knockers out there.


  2. 2
    Vince Cable says:

    I cannot recall Parliament.


  3. 3
    mully1 says:

    Do you want relish on that?


  4. 4
    NMP3 says:

    Woman has breasts SHOCKER….


  5. 5
    Conflicted liberal lesbian feminist. says:

    What an independent minded woman, she’s a credit to feminism/what a traitor to her gender, more objectivication of women/phwoarr!


  6. 6
    Liar.Politicians says:

    Tan lines!


  7. 7
    NO SEATS NIGEL says:

    yes i need another assistant


  8. 8
    Last Of The Summer OWINE says:

    Where are the men Guido?


  9. 9
    Sunny Jim says:

    Is that the two Eds?


  10. 10
    Cor blimey guv'nah, vote Liebore says:

    What a right pair of Danczuks

    Liked by 1 person

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    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Danczuk was co-founder with Ruth Turner of Urban Visions Limited, which traded as Vision Twentyone, a research, public affairs and communications consultancy.[3…………………
    While continuing to be a director and majority shareholder after he became an MP, Urban Visions Limited (trading as Vision Twentyone) went into liquidation in June 2011, and was wound up owing £222,000 to creditors, including £113,000 to HM Revenue and Customs.[3][6]
    Labour Party[edit]

    He has the kind of financial acumen that I will quickly demonstrate when I stride into No. 11 Downing Street next year.


    • 13
      Paniagua says:

      With credentials like that he should be working at a local Chamber of Commerce with the rest of the private sector failures.


    • 239
      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      Other interesting thing to note is that Burnham’s pal Kevin Lee of Lee Communications was a director or Urban Visions during the period 6 Mar 2008 — 18 Aug 2009.


  12. 12
    EeeYepBlowing Whistles says:

    Danczuk, isn’t that the name of a Soviet deep plant?


  13. 14
    Merde Hasan says:

    Have I accidentally browsed to the HuffPo ?


  14. 15
    Grumpy old Git! says:

    Excuse me asking but what are those lumps on the young mans chest?


  15. 16
    John says:

    This is not what this site is about. Even if it was chosen by those who *run* the site. There are a wealth of issues to drag kicking and screaming into the light of day and, instead, some c***’s tits. If her fcuking husband can’t reason with her and persuade it to dawn on her that the biggest tit produced by these photos is HIM, then could we at least give neither of them the oxygen of publicity and – by not publishing them – fcuk them both off to where they belong, i.e, potentially doing something more worthwhile?


    • 99
      All work and no play makes John a dull boy. says:

      It’s August you silly twat & most men like big breasts. So fuck off you humourless prick.


  16. 18

    Peedos, boobs, trivia – you’ve been in the Sun too long, old chap.

    Liked by 1 person

    • 59
      Yawn says:

      Was just going to say that.
      Geedough is trying to emulate the Sun in an even more downmarket way:
      Flat chested, mediocre women, idiotic sansationalism and undiluted BS.
      Is he trying to make Murdochstein proud?


  17. 19
    Blacktar badrash says:

    Have you no shame woman? Cover your face.


  18. 20
    Don Cheadle's Sports Gusset says:

    Silly season nonsense.

    Can’t you find a humiliating picture of Gordon Brown or Ed Sillyband?


  19. 22
    Fred says:

    It’s amazing what you get to see in the silly season.

    Meanwhile at your local mosque …


  20. 23

    …and your points are?

    Vote UKIP :-D


  21. 24
    Owen Jones says:

    Sorry, am I missing something here. I see nothing of interest.


  22. 25
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Next Mayor of Bristols.


  23. 34
    Cliff says:

    Christmas Time, vaseline and wine
    Children crying every time


    • 49
      Sir Young Ones says:

      We’re all going on a
      ‘long holiday.’
      No more signing for a,
      ’bout 10 years.


    • 50
      Alan Turing says:

      I used to think that in these difficult times the safest way to proceed was to stay a bachelor and to be on the safe side have a vasectomy but now I am not too sure.


      • 87
        Peter Morrison says:

        I’d be very surprised if “Sir Cliff” sets foot in the UK again. They won’t pursue it ‘cos he was bezzie mates with that s*itbag Blair and they used to holiday together.


  24. 39
    Rabid dribbler says:

    Well she is a local councillor in Bolton… If she was mine…. Wellll let’s just say I’d vote Labour against my principles


  25. 41
    Gordon McBreath says:

    I find those wobbly, fleshy, pale thingies quite disgusting.


  26. 46
    Burgering 4 Buoys says:

    I hear they do a very nice moist Brownie in the Delicatessen.


  27. 47
    Long John Silver' s parrot says:

    Is she a sexual predator ?

    Is it Guido’s case that men need to be protected from her ?

    We do not want her wandering around Westminster with serious questions like this unanswered.


  28. 48
    Frank Maloney says:

    Oh I dunno…I quite like ‘em son.


  29. 51

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 70

      “arbitrary” – yes
      “capricious” – yes
      “illegal” – no – if sovereignty means anything any more.

      There is a real problem here between international investment needs versus political grandstanding, on the one hand, and sovereignty versus untrammelled commercial licence, on the other.

      Sovereignty should always prevail. There are other ways for international businesses to hedge against the arbitrary and capricious nature of the political elites who, for the most part, actually wish to attract business.

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 76

        Europe is only accepting this so as it can manufacture later propaganda against North America when the Eurozone economy starts to properly sour.

        Perhaps part of pan-Europa plan.

        In any case it is dumb. Would be useful if it applied to R’ussia – but R’ussia is currently talking about exiting the ECHR.

        Aspect of TTIP – it undermines WTO.

        Vote UKIP :-D


        • 83

          But Canada is only a third country in TTIP terms.

          Is there a sort of inverted logic employed where that gives them some special edge? Why does the EU have to put their own heads into a noose for these outsiders?

          It is rather like “We must not do anything which might remotely upset the M’uslims…”

          Whatever happened to: “These are our rules, if you don’t like them, you are free to fuck off!”

          Vote UKIP :-D


          • Recall pan-Europa’s three propaganda aims for rallying the United States of Europe:

            i) Europe’s economy will be weak is not united and European’s poor.

            ii) Europe not united will be easy prey for enslavement by the industrial interests of pan-America

            iii) To the east there is a vast military enemy which desires to sweep Europe from the map.

            Note: Pan-America – C-K’s vision was of the US / Canada and M’exico being united – just as NAFTA is doing.

            So, all three of these propaganda conditions are now primed when this is considered:

            The UK would be wise to get out sooner rather than later now as it needs to protect its own interests and be able to focus its international commitments more narrowly towards NATO.

            EU membership is an existential national risk for the UK now.

            Vote UKIP :-D


          • Agree that all the anecdotal signs are there in my spheres of experience.

            The Cannes Film Festival this year was a vastly scaled down affair with people coming for a shorter time (rather than not come at all). Those who let out their flats had to accept reduced rents or find they were left unlet. Of the 500 immobilières (yes, you read that right) there last December, more than 70 had shut their doors by the beginning of August.

            Meanwhile, across on the Adriatic, hotel takings are down. The authorities in Italy are clamping down on motorists in an attempt to raise more revenue. Slovenia more than doubled the cost of its vignette for those vehicles over 1.8 metres this year (i.e. camper and caravans going to Croatia) as they are now a basket case economy. Upshot? People are saying “Bugger it! We will stay put!”

            Shops in Austria and Bavaria are noticeably muted. Car parks are half as full for them as normal.

            The roads are strangely quiet. You don’t have to book a restaurant table in the height of the season – previously unheard of. All detail – but all point towards the same story. The slaves are rebelling.

            Vote UKIP :-D


  30. 55
    Phwooar says:

    Is he wealthy? That would be the only reason such a babe would marry such a fugly prick. I wonder if their marriage is similar to Sally and John’s, i.e. She shags who she likes and he has to live with it.


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    Big tits admirer says:


  32. 61
    Sir Cliff says:

    Christmas time
    Buggery and whine
    Children screaming
    About all my crimes
    With cocks on the fire
    And jizz on the tree
    A time to enjoy
    All the boys that we see


  33. 62
    The Police says:

    Just let us know if you want a heads-up on us executing search warrants. If you need to have helicopters on the scene give us a bit of notice.


    • 65
      Lord Gravel Jammer says:

      I’ve got dementia. I don’t remember anything. I’m a teapot. My middle name is tomato.


  34. 63
    Sir Cliff says:

    It’s so funny
    How you’re not 12 any more


  35. 64
    Leon England says:

    Well, bugger me!


  36. 66
    Bumsex Dave says:

    Can’t see the attraction of these pics myself — I’d rather see shots of the plump young cheeks of some wannabe spad that’s served his time at Eton and Brownose


  37. 69
    Gary says:

    I have only one problem with this – I’m not on Twitter! Thanks for posting Guido!


  38. 72

    Those Trojan Horses are rolling towards that border.

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 80
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      All the West and Ukraine needs is a 1950’s KGB manual on subterfuge.


    • 189
      Norm Normal says:

      BBC have checked it out. They looked in 1 box, in 1 truck, in the 2 dozen parked in a field for the jounalists to look over.
      Found some sleeping bags so it’s all OK.

      Perhaps the Russians have turned over a new leaf? Perhaps they will be trying to out do the West at being great humanitarians now?


  39. 73

    Good analysis worth reading:

    NB: Latvia and others – mainly P’oland – are already onto these aspects of R’ussia’s ongoing campaigns against the West.

    This is a more overt part of it:


    There should be real question marks over the UK political parties.

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 89

      Putin seems to have grown recklessly overconfident…

      Too true. The Magyars have always been out on their own. Lot of ‘propaganda’ in Budapest in recent years about the, albeit terrible, sufferings under the Nazis. Exhibitions and so on. That may be deliberate.

      The Baltic Times piece enforces this anticipated situation.

      Should not NATO/EU be putting on some show of resolve in return? Theoretically, we may be able to outgun them in the conventional theatre but I can see them prevailing from a position of inferiority at this rate.

      Vote UKIP :-D


      • 98

        EU has a different set of problems to deal with vs. NATO.

        NATO just needs to improve capabilities in their members and work to maintain political support from the host governments. Article 5 is principal focus and has been under attack. (Think of the odd questioning of whether that would be honoured or not…)

        EU has got to start getting its act together in improving the State of the Union. However it not only lacks the political will, but its underlying politics at present are being driven in a very odd manner – as I have suggested elsewhere.

        Things like this in addition to the obvious issues above do not help build confidence:

        G’ermany has expressed the right idea – peace before economy, but F’rance and G’ermany are still diverging in such a way that real pressure is being put on the core of the Union.

        There was a 3 month time limit mentioned today about the length of time sanctions would exist between Europe and R’ussia: That was by D’anske Bank and its reasoning was based on perceptions of how long both sides could afford to keep the trade war going.

        That announcement was put out on RT.

        Would question D’anske’s methodology as one suspects that their reasoning is based more on gas supply reasoning and winter. Whilst oil continues to remain low (what is R’ussia’s price point ?), pressure is more on R’ussia. This winter Europe may just get by on N’orth A’frican and LNG supplies unless R’ussia initiates another attack on a gas facility or transit hub, similar to what happened in Alger!a last year, and L’ibya the other week.

        Vote UKIP :-D


      • 110

        Bear hug. Really!

        Last winter was a mild one all over Europe. I used a third of the gas I normally do and refilled whilst the price was depressed. It is edging up again and one can only imagine that this is led by the geopolitics.

        On a rather bigger scale Warren Buffet’s outfit is holding some $50bn in cash as they sit on their hands unsure as to where to place it. When I was young, I watched Arnold Weinstock of GEC holding on to a cash pile of £30m and thought wow! Even allowing for inflation, BH’s cash pile is huge by comparison.

        It all rather depends on how this winter goes though. The huge amounts of QE are still sloshing about in the m’arkets and tend to mask matters.

        Is Max Keiser part of the RF propaganda feed? He seems to talk a mix of common sense and horse shit. He is right about zombie banks but whatever they are like in US/EU, they will be far worse in Russia.

        Vote UKIP :-D


        • 118

          K’eiser is mainly propaganda. If you listen carefully to what he says – the non junk stuff – it is not exactly encouraging growth or profit making decisions.

          Some of what he says about cleaning up the system is correct and accurate, but is not said constructively.

          Some wise words from !taly:

          Now G’ermany is demonstrably contracting the real pressure to sort Eurozone out is on. Would expect this to be done badly. Increase in taxes and public spending might be the remedy tried.

          The Eurozone should just be pushed onto a war economy footing now. It will soften the shock later and give a proper head start to re-arming.

          Vote UKIP :-D


          • Economic Astologer-Talking Bollocks And Taking No Responsibility When I Get It Wrong says:

            The Eurozone couldn’t get ‘growth’ even if it watched a porno for an hour.


          • “Increase in taxes and public spending” is the only game in town in most places.

            What do you make of the Berkshire Hathaway cash mountain? Their shares have just gone over $200k each! The pundits have said for ages they were overvalued but they still advance.

            Consistent luck is just as good as skill?

            Vote UKIP :-D


          • The valuation is fiction.

            Vote UKIP :-D


          • As I thought.

            Unfortunately, if you are right, and I suspect your are, it is not only he who is in trouble. It is all of us.

            Vote UKIP :-D


  40. 74
    RomaBert... says:

    Looks like a nice lady :) Thank you for sharing :)


  41. 77
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Eat your heart out Sally Bercow, decent MP associated totty, not an old slag :)


    • 97
      Squeaker says:

      I still get to shove my little banana up and down Piccadilly occasionally if I’m a good boy.


  42. 79
    Stu says:

    Nice body no brain, must be why she married a lefty.


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    Inspector K nacker of the Yard says:

    I can’t say anything more, but we checking images in the Webb cache, suffice to say this case will be a Cliff-hanger.

    We’re also looking for a crying, walking, sleeping, talking living doll to help with enquiries.


  45. 84
    We're all going on a bummer holiday says:

    Guido – are you sure those snaps aren’t from the Operation Fernbridge file? Danczuk mixed them up and got confused – bit like poor Rolf did.


  46. 88
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    One thing is for certain is that there are way too many fucking perverts out there, past and present.


  47. 92
    the tailor of Wakefield says:

    is this a photograph of one of those japanese dutch wives ?


  48. 101
    Handlecock says:

    I am completing my Labour membership application to night. Goodbye to the Libdems who
    corrupted me.


  49. 104

    War may have just started:

    Unless this is false or there is a very good explanation.

    (R’ussia were calling for a ceasefire to allow the ‘aid’ convoy in)

    Vote UKIP :-D


  50. 106
    the tailor of Wakefield says:

    and your point is ?


  51. 109
    Banana Batty boy no like, eh mon says:

    Probably the finest hotel on the eeland, The Cliff is being hurriedly renamed….


  52. 111
    Alan Douglas says:

    Think I’ll stick with the bacon sarnie, thanks.


  53. 113
    Anonymous says:

    There’s more to being pretty than showing off your knockers.


  54. 120
    Kitty says:

    Lemonade anyone?


  55. 124

    R’ussian media has picked up on the story with a photo of some BTR’s (APC’s)

    Still, may not be ‘the invasion’ but certainly confirms action which U’kraine has claimed has been happening for a while now.

    Vote UKIP :-D


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    Vote UKIP :-D


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    albacore says:

    And you wondered how much lower they’d go
    Our great Parliamentary burlesque show?
    After tits, what’s their next marketing aid –
    Just vote them back in and they’ll get you laid?


  61. 139
    Biology class says:

    Simon Dumbchuck’s wife has what is known in medical parlance as a cracking pair of norks. She is blessed with what the great academics refer to as a delicious pair of melons. She has what the early pioneers of research into sexuality, Masters & Johnson, termed lovely babylons. In conclusion, as myriad winners of the Nobel Prize for Science would attest, she is endowed with stunning jugs.


  62. 140

    Vote UKIP :-D


  63. 143


    Here are some shorts that I have seen recently:

    Europe now needs full-blown QE. Really?


  64. 144

    Barack Obama’s half-truths will fuck him up…

    Peter Foster seems a good guy.

    Vote UKIP :-D


  65. 147
    Martin Commuter says:

    Mrs Danczuk also tweeted a pic of Simon Danczuk’s legs, why haven’t you blogged about that Guido?


  66. 149
    Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:



    • 156
      Cheesed off with Labour lies says:

      What really pisses me off is this s allowed to stand with the news agencies unchallenged. The damage is influcted right or wrong.

      The great unwashed believe this bollocks as well and despite massive falls in unemployment they witter on a our a mere few on zero hours. That’s the same zero hours that Labor introduced and still used in their HQ today.


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    Moska mooches says:

    I have located that missing Russian convoy.
    Its at Cliffs house according to the Beeb

    BBC News
    Police search Cliff Richard property
    Police search a Berkshire property belonging to Sir Cliff Richard in relation to an alleged historical sex offence. Unmarked convoy arrives at estate Watch


  69. 154

    Fourth, a real scandal this:

    Taxpayers’ (our) money propping up a Scottish split

    Gilligan has once again got it spot on and really shows his true worth.

    Vote UKIP:-D


    • 180
      Say what you will says:

      The Scots will vote NO, they are all gob and benefits will stop them, I don’t think they know what’s going to happen after saying NO, it’s get your own back time, cuts left right and centre, the stop has always been if the Scots will leave the Union, if the answer is NO, they have nothing to stop anything, so it’s LibLabCon get your own back time, especially Liebour, they have the immigrants voting for them they don’t need someone who might vote SNP, welcome to England, Scotland as country will cease to exist and just become a county, no come back no calling the English, you voted NO.


  70. 155
    The Ghost of Jill Dando says:

    Is it not about time that the link between my murder and the ‘goings on’ at the BBC was looked at more closely?


  71. 157
    Jellie says:

    Guido could don a bikini, 44 DD, and with a professional photographer, insisting on squizzing the arm pits, moving the camera lenses in close, achieve the same amount of cleavage.

    Mrs Fawkes, please, please, please make sure Guido puts it all away and keeps out of the lime light.


  72. 160

    Fifth: God will compensate anyone wrongly killed with eternal life in paradise

    The Lawrences of Iraq

    @EU Funded Pro EU Troll, our dialogue of some weeks ago refers.

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 194

      Some of that article is out of date now already – Maliki finally resigned today replaced by the new KSA / !ran and UAE approved al-Abadi will be forming a new government shortly.

      The Governor of Anbar province has secured promise from the US for assistance against IS.

      UK announced assistance today is most likely to counter and allow UK to manage more carefully the campaign against IS – in particular to keep the F’rench out of K’urdistan and limit G’erman involvement in B’aghdad.

      The realpolitik is dominant here and one must not ignore the history around the time of L’awrence. In particular, the A’rab revolt that he helped to victory which ushered in A’rab N’ationalism was in part stimulated by G’erman stimulation of N’ationalist sentiment among A’rabs aimed at undermining the UK’s interests in the region: In particular, targeting !ndia, and destroying the Ottoman S’ultanate / C’aliphate.

      L’awrence saw only good for the people and did not realize quite that his was simply part in a slightly bigger game that was going to result in S’ykes-P’icot. The reversal of this is to be carefully managed, and of course it is imperative that the old enemies (F’rance / G’ermany) are kept out or at least are not allowed to screw things up.

      The primary interest is to ensure R’ussia does not get a foothold – or its incursion is weakened – and that the UK retains preferential access to resources and control over the distribution of those resources.

      Vote UKIP :-D


  73. 161

    Sixth: Ambrose Pilchard Thingy

    Russia vastly outgunned in economic showdown with West

    But… Realpolitik!

    Vote UKIP :-D


  74. 163


    New Zealand dollar on track to parity with Australia thanks to booming economy

    This was January but, hey! They are still growing.

    It is always happening somewhere!

    Vote UKIP :-D


  75. 165

    This will irritate the F’rench:

    Vote UKIP :-D


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    SLOTGOB says:


  77. 169
    Anonymous says:


  78. 174
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Is that Ann Robinson hosting Newsnight tonight?


    • 176
      Newsnight Watch says:

      No that’s Fi Glover – she charges a fee for giving you a gloving.

      She’s OK on radio, too stilted for TV.

      I see they’ve got a sixth former reporting on the A Level results now.


      • 190
        The Weakest Link says:

        She’s certainly doing a half-decent Anne Robinson impression, complete with ventriloquism act.


  79. 175

    Vote UKIP :-D


    • 218


      “Back in the, back in the, Back in the USSR”


      • 240

        The Radio interview they quote is a good example of the K’remlin’s new propaganda style at work.

        Russia does have a problem with production of consumer goods. Despite Communism falling and the market reforming they failed to properly rebuild their economy so as it could compete in that sphere. Instead they focused on developing infrastructure for exploiting oil / gas reserves and continued their military industry.

        That was in part for practical reasons, but more to do with the previous oligarch structure which existed under the Communists being preserved.

        With the nationalism that has been stirred up, the interviewer describing Russian honey as being ‘cr*p’ and not tasting like its superior western products is a provokatsiya designed to encourage people to accept the ‘cr*p’ as equivalent – folk being resentful of having their own produce attacked in this way. Simple reverse psychology. It may taste Ok.

        Either Time missed it, or they are willingly trying to help Russia into a position of isolation ;-)

        Vote UKIP :-D


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    Fight the Flab says:

    Abbott says Ed is a failure


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    Spear Chuka says:


    • 185
      Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:


      • 195
        Rubbish says:

        It’s awful being a UKIP supporter and feeling disconnected and not knowing how to use the internet, but I felt a lot better as I used my Samsung tablet to take photos of the plants at the Southport Flower show today, I felt a bit happier and less disconnected as when I got home I downloaded the pictures to my I7 3.4gig desktop, I had to use that because I flattened the battery on my HP I5 laptop and eventually emailed some of the pictures after tarting them up a bit to friends around the world, sadly I don’t think I will ever learn how to use the Internet, so I’am doing a little bit of playing with my Raspberry Pi computer and SDR radio over the internet, Ardino Uno is next, no wonder Liebour is in the mess it’s in with idiots like him doing handbags at dawn.


      • 196

        UKIP were right about R’omania / B’ulgarian m’igration to UK:

        Vote UKIP :-D


    • 186
      Idon'tneednodoctor says:

      Ummuna, you are such a twat.


    • 209
      Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

      Is it coz you is a Hunt?


  82. 184
    non taxable pikey says:

    Now about all that crap on channel 4 about the kid with a hole in the heart that had to be got back to the UK because those nasty Israelis would not do the treatment.


  83. 188
    Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:



    • 191
      David Axlegrease says:


    • 193
      Mrs Slocombe's Pussy says:

      In a GE, that translates to a double digit Tory lead. Labour could be sub 30% and Tories at 40%.

      LDs are underestimated (yes they probably are) and UKIP overestimated in these polls.


      • 198
        Labour are fecked says:

        I still maintain while 9 months out from the election, with the crossover about to happen, with all the stuff the Tories have had to do to rectify the reign of terror,and the abuse thrown at them for 4 long years?

        Labour are utterly, totally irreversibly fucked.

        The cherry on the cake is the leftie loonys also know they are fucked. The dye was cast when red Len chose Millfuckwit and the economy took off when fuckwit wanted to emulate France.

        You would need a Herat of stone not to laugh.


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    Slappy sall says:

    I’m going on a summer holiday *innocent face*


    • 203
      Kitty says:

      No more grooming for a week or two… *evangelical face*


      • 211
        Slappy Sall says:

        Yeah well joking aside its all bollocks of course.
        A unsubstantiated claim after 30 years gets your gaff turned over, named in the press and TV while you are absent is completely out of order and the cops even announce it to the press to have them on hand?

        The accusation is bordering on lunacy as well. FFS I just don’t believe it and its just another star getting fitted up because they were successful. If they go for him then no one is safe.


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    I’m sure there is a logical reason why a woman with so much to offer has to share a bed with a rent a quote backbench nonentity . Good to see the pies are selling


  86. 200
    Ed Milliband says:

    Thith ith abtholutely dethpicable and dithguthting.

    The thight of a hefty pair of ladieth hooters ith extremely offenthive to the Muthlim pothtal vote.


  87. 202
    Kitty says:

    Melvyn I need piss where are you dear?


  88. 205
    Tachybaptus says:

    What bikini? She seems to be wearing a one-piece in both pictures.


  89. 207
    the tailor of Wakefield says:

    I think advanced missile technology is the way to go and we could probably make those ourselves from scratch. With a decent production facility we should be able to knock out 100 thousand units in no time at all.


  90. 208
    Gordon McFuckwit Bust says:

    I can report that the Eurozone has a 0% increase in growth and I am responsible so I have sacked the person responsible.


  91. 210
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Well I certainly would.


  92. 213
    Mark Oaten MP says:

    Those rounded, fleshy things. What are they?


    • 214
      the tailor of Wakefield says:

      they are the part of the female anatomy which are for the purpose of producing food for the baby human but which still hold a strange attraction for older humans


    • 226
      albacore says:

      Don’t they call themselves M Ps?
      On a par with lice and fleas
      Useless, toxic parasites
      All with swinish appetites


  93. 220
    non taxable pikey says:

    Tehran’s headaches set to increase as heroic young Iranians launch more protests against the brutal regime (Western leftists will, of course, accuse them of being “CIA stooges”)

    ‘Youths attack Bassij base in Tehran + other reports of protests’

    ‪#‎Iran‬, 15-08-2014: ‘A group of youths in Tehran attacked a Bassij paramilitary police base in District 7 of the Iranian capital at 4 pm on Tuesday, August 12th, breaking all its glasses and windows. The youths were shouting at the Bassij members saying what are you afraid of, why aren’t you coming out? After the youths left the area the Bassij agents finally dared to come out and start cleaning up the broken glasses.


    According to reports received on Iran protest in this city, on Tuesday, August 12th, a group of Shiraz locals clashed with the police and protested the installation of a BTC tower used to transmit jamming signals. The police responded by using pepper spray and batons in order to disperse the crowd. However, the people resisted and started throwing stones and breaking the windows of the adjacent building.


    A group of youths in this city rallied outside the communications department and protested the disconnection of Internet lines in various hours of the day and night. Regime agents rushed to the scene and clashed with the youths.


    Two girls clashed with female Bassij paramilitary police agents on Sunday, August 10th, when the female Bassij members were harassing the girls under the mullah-fabricated pretext of improper hijab. The girls resisted and those witnessing the scene rushed to their support and they were able to flee the area with their help.’


  94. 227
    non taxble pikey says:

    In March during one of the EU debates Clegg said Farange was wrong about the number of Romanians and Bulgarians coming to Britain. Seems Nigel got it right. Nothing in the MSM about the latest immigration figures.


    • 228
      Casual Observer II says:

      Naughty – Naughty – you mustn’t mention immigration into ConLibLab paradise.


      Vote the bastard out in 2015


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    David Minibanana says:


  97. 234
    Abu Qatada says:

    I’m not sure what has happened to some bloggers on here – one can only surmise that their medication has been changed.


  98. 235
    John Prescott says:

    I love a great pair of baps.

    Preferably buttered and covered in jam.


  99. 236
    Will says:

    Guido, according to the daily mail the bbc knew and had a camera crew outside cliff Richards apartment and also hired a helicopter to fly over the place and had an interview with the senior officer in advance of the raid on his home. Do you think that hacked off should be complaining about this ????


    • 241
      Esther from Primark says:

      Cliff is innocent


      • 243
        Catholic priest says:

        Of course he’s innocent! Anyone who believes in god is incapable of committing a crime. Now, please drop off your 8 year old son at my house later for extra tuition in the Bible.


        • 244
          M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

          Unless he’s proven guilty he is innocent. One thing for sure, someone in Yewtree tipped off the media and that leak needs plugging.


  100. 242
    Timo says:

    She’s fat we get it


  101. 246
    Philomena Woolylarse says:

    Ya Dantchuck them over yer shouldrez when they offered up doez ya?

    This female Burke has always been prepared to offer to provide all to those who want to take down particulars in the cause of the Rochdale Labour Party, especially her hubby-to-be.


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    Anonymous says:

    Karen Danczuk has fantastic tits (and doesn’t she know it!)


  104. 255

    As the saying goes if you got it flaunt it.


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You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!

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