Sunday, 2 December 2007

I knew things were bad but..



I had no idea what NuLabour were up to. In order to get more women into parliament it has created a MP for Paisley. And it turns out she knows NOTHING about fabric.

It seems Feminism has got us nowhere.

18 comments:

Scroblene said...

Lilith....just enjoy their problems and love the word meltdown!

There's lots of worry going on with this awful bunch now. They can't recover, and will suffer all the bloodthirsty hacks from now on!

Lilith said...

I am loving it Scrobs, I share Mathew Parris's view.

Lilith said...

http://tinyurl.com/2xbqnn

Matthew, obviously.

Tuscan Tony said...

THat looks remarkaby like my E8 pattern that is the answer to the universe, except in this case there's some ghastly loony in the middle of it.

Lilith said...

Unfortunately TT, the universe is inclined to throw up hideous anomalies in its aesthetic.

Philipa said...

What amazes me is that the men still manage to be patronising even when women are elected as MP's, I mean 'positive descrimination' is such an insult.

Yup, like M.Parris too. Meltdown is the word.

Daisy said...

philipa...it is because of their fear of us...they know no other way...we just hit them in the balls...they go much lower

grumpy granny said...

No, Daisy. It's the blonds wot dun us in. And of course the complete inability to read a map!

Lilith said...

Daisy, GG, it is all about womb envy.

Daisy said...

GG i have never had a problem with a map...i don't use them, therefore no problem...however i can bat my eyes appropriately for the situation and somehow get some unsuspecting farmer to lead me where i need to go :)

and men think they have power...pfft

Lilith said...

I can't read maps at all. If I have to rely on one I usually have to turn it upside down to understand it, and then stop every 50 yards or so to check. Don't get me started on Left and Right.

Daisy said...

lilith i am known for being "directionally challenged"...at work they even give me extra for my mileage without question because i get lost so much...and there is a joke about my left and right...usually when i am telling someone to go left or right they ask if it is MY left or theirs...
i get there eventually and am always on time...i don't know how...but i do...

mutleythedog said...

MP for Paisley - that is just silly! Honestly, do try and take politics a bit more seriously... *winks*

Philipa said...

Daisy - they have balls???

Folks I am brilliant with a map and used to be a DofE leader but I have noticed the inability of men generally to cope with a woman reading a map better than they. In fact I've noticed a general difficulty with men coping with being corrected/enlightened by a woman at all. This was particularly apparent when I was a commercial trainer. You have to tread so lightly around their ego whereas men just tell us stuff and expect us to be grateful.

That paisley woman got a pasting from The Daily Politics and Keith Vaz was just sooo lame. She's a gonner, or should be. Teflon tart?

electro-kevin said...

Funny post.

You don't have to try hard to make me laugh, Lilith.

fuchsia groan said...

A bit harsh I think, Lilith. She may not know much about fabric, but she does now how to spin a tissue of lies.

fuchsia groan said...

Doh! 'Know'.

Lilith said...

I know who I want to go orienteering with now, Pip ;-)

Mutley called me silly!!!!:-))))

Ay, Fuchsia, ma wee bairn, tis a tangled web she weaves...