Saturday, 5 December 2009

Something nobody expected to hear

14 comments:

idle said...

He won't be too popular with his mates in the Hairshirt Arms this evening as they sip on their halves of lager and lime and munch their fairtrade nuts.

Scrobs... said...

Oh yes; we're now in the next stage of the Big Con.

Note the timing of all this...four months to a GE, and the consultants are queuing up for handouts to keep everyone guessing.

This miserable scheming crowd of sponging ne'erdowells are at it again, with their closest buddies, the paid-for-by-taxes broadcasters.

Of course this is all hype, and anyone who thinks that an administration like the saddos we have to endure, has any idea what to do next is up there with the crows.

Typical Nulabyrinthine/Al Beeb prattle, and it will get worse because they are in 'confuse everyone' mode now, just to hang on to their failed wasteful lifestyles.

Apart from that, I still want to buy a Hummer and run over Ed Balls and also Jack Straw.

And Bliar.

And Brown.

Metody Jankowiak said...

Metody knows that Scrolene is man of refined good taste. So on his recommendation Metody has been out and bought a 1964 Humber Sceptre. Seems Arnold Schwarzenegger is owning one also, and he is pulling Maria Shriver, niece of Edgar Kennedy, wery funny in Duck Soup, but not so in Bay of Pigs.

mutleythedog said...

nothing wrong with fairtrade nuts - taste as nice as normal ones...

Scrobs... said...

Metody, the 1964 Sceptre is a good idea as it has a reinforced PROD (Politicians Running Over Oevice), and has been road tested on earlier versions of Cyril Smith, to name two people!

If I was a betting man, I'd go for the 1958 Riley 1.5, which had such a long torque, that parts of the engine would arrive at their destination several seconds before the rest of the car!

This could also be the car you could use in The Rhondda, as the power of such a versatile engine could top most hills better than a mountain goat.

Bill Quango MP said...

The science isn't settled. Oh no! I feel so betrayed.
Where's the red button so I can get counselling and help with the issues raised in this program?

Philipa said...

They're all following the lead into the confessional now.

Shelly Rayedeane said...

Mutley is right.

Nuts anyone?

El-Kevo said...

Gordon Brown will go to Copenhagen and say "Britain will lead the world in the fight against climate change" A raft of taxes will follow.

Plain old redistribution of wealth to prop up the bankrupt socialist state which we have been living under for the past ten years.

circus monkey said...

Do you think that this outbreak of the "common sense virus" will spread as quickly as swine flu?

The Old Tarf said...

MErry Christmas from Nova Scotia. We could use Scrobs (Politicians Running Over Device) over here as well.

Flying off to Mexico for Christmas where is my jigger of salt.

hatfield girl said...

O/T but have you SEEN the photo of Brown greeting Afghan troops in the Mail, L?

lilith said...

It is not good HG, not good at all.

Scrobs... said...

You Guys OK down there? :0?