Thursday, 29 April 2010

"I thought he was an educated man"

Mrs Duffy, you poor love. You just went and had a spontaneous word as you were passing by. For your trouble you were grossly insulted and had the media crawling all over your drive and the Gorgon in your living room, smiling about how mortified he was. You just wanted to know what he was going to do about the national debt. I don't expect you found out. Did you ever say "Do call me Gillian" to him?

Leaders debate could be fun. I may even watch.

Have any of you tried this? It is the Telegraph's contribution towards helping the floating voter. The shocking thing for me was that I came out 71% BNP when I didn't eliminate them from my voting possibilities.

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Psychedelic Bush

It's that screaming pink azalea time of year again.


Real life has been overwhelming of late and blogging very light. I at last have some time off work and am spending it catering to Calfy's every need. She has another driving test tomorrow this means driving all day clinging to the door handle. As the car is a bit of an agricultural vehicle in appearance and aroma it would probably be quite a good idea to clean it so as not to scare the examiner.

This is quite funny here

Monday, 5 April 2010

And we thought our politicians were "smart"....



Has this man been hitting the hash cake or is this actually the best he can do?

Hat tip: Beast of Clerkenwell

Saturday, 3 April 2010

Gary Elsby of Stoke on Trent

Gary Elsby, (of Stoke on Trent) who many of us remember fondly for his incomprehensible comments on Guido, was on the radio yesterday. I caught him by accident, objecting to the parachuting in of "Tristram Hunt" (not a real name surely? rhyming slang?) as Labour candidate for Stoke on Trent. Good on you Gary. I would gladly donate to your campaign to run as a local independent.

He is on here at about 15 minutes in.