Saturday, 10 September 2016

THE COMPANY SOME PEOPLE KEEP

Well, no Richard (can I call you Dick, because it seems somehow appropriate), they are people protesting against cuts to disability benefits which your lot happily inflict on them. They are wondering how they are going to live...if they are going to live. I think it's actually you lot that are "the charmers"!
Talking of which, you're out here fishing with your mates. Charmers... But wait, is that Owen Smith I spy?
That's a lot of benefits money you're managing to get into your greedy mitts, given that you're already worth over £100 million, Richard, nah, sorry, I just have to call you Dick. Forward of me, I know, given that I'm hardly at your station in life, but as i said, it suits you so. 
On a scale of one to ten, where one is very, and ten is very very very extremely..., just how utterly repulsive was that statement, and what kind of bloke would make it?

21 comments:

  1. I believe the word you're looking for is, fanny

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    1. I prefer Nyaff!

      Or is that too generous?

      John.

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    2. Think I prefer F*****g Dickhead

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    3. Trust you to get it bang on!

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  2. {Could it be Owen Goal-Smith, Tris?}

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    1. LOL Scot... OK now we got Nyaff Fanny Owen Goal-Smith. That should make him feel at home in teh company he seems to choose for huntin' fishin' and shootin'.

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  3. That'll be loser

    see even Owen's erstwhile supporters you know the ones like
    Kinnock who begged him to stand are now walking away from him
    saying how useless he is...

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    1. I'd worry if Kinnock was supporting me and telling everyone my opponent couldn't win an election. The noble lord was no stranger to losing elections.

      He has neither charm nor intellect. He has neither wit nor vision. He was a loser from the start. As I said, Angela Eagle would have made a better challenger, and she's crap.

      And what's he done? HE has made Labour a laughing stock, with all these people who have been members for decades being told they are removed from the list for idiotic reasons, like saying that in leaders' debates, ALL leaders should be included.

      I hope Corbyn wins by a massive majority for the second time in two years, then gets on with the business of demolishing this awful government.

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  4. If his wife is so popular,maybe she should be the one standing for the leadership.

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    1. LOL. At least she could have guaranteed hundreds of votes! All lads!

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  5. Given May's PMQ gaff and this, and other, idiotic remarks it is no wonder than Britain is on it's knees considering that one is the Prime Minister and the other thinks he could be Prime Minister. However, I feel that the Nikos of this world will kill any chance of Smith leading Labour...

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    1. Around the world they must look at this lot and think... and they want to make trade deals...

      To this we should add that Nyaff fanny had a photocall in front of a white board with details of his account passwords, and that one of May's Brixit ministers thinks that British industry bosses are fat and lazy!

      Do sign up a trading partnership with us. We can offer you fat lazy bosses that prefer to play golf than do business.

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  6. What caused the paucity of blogs on your side-bar?

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    1. Blogger having one of its bad days/weeks/months. No idea how to deal with it. I tried to repair the ones I've noticed that disappeared, but it won;t accept them.

      Tris throws up his hands in horror.

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  7. Words fail me over the Owen Smith quote. Did his wife get a say in this or was she merely vanquished like all her other suitors? He didn't woo her or romance her or form a lasting bond with her; he "got her". He seems to be describing a game of marital tig with actual fighting and hundreds of participants. Is that what they do in Wales?

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    1. I kinda imagined a scene where she stood on a balcony of a tower window in a castle with one of these white lacy things on her head, looking pitiful, and Owen and his hundreds of fellow suitors all fought to be the one to climb the tower and release her. There might have been a dragon or two in the mix.

      It's what they do on a Saturday evening in Wales instead of going down the pub and getting blootered like us. Funny lot. They're foreign, y'know!

      OK. I jest before hundreds of Welsh readers storm Munguin Towers.

      I think he's just a daft wee man who has made a real fool of himself, and who will probably scurry back home after it's all over and lick his many wounds. Hopefully his trophy wife will be there to help him. If not his Tory fishing buddy with £100,000,000 in the bank may have to stand in.

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    2. Maybe he confused his life with Game of Thrones.

      I'm going to be sad when the leadership election ends. Every day brings a new twist or turn.

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    3. Aye life will be a bit dull...

      But then we always have all the faux pas of the likes of Mr Fox and the fat lazy Brits... to look forward to...for YEARS if not ions.

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  8. Some bunch of charmers have decided to disrupt the lives of millions by taking their seats in the Palace of Westminster.

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    1. LOL... and at the next election there will be some considerable number fewer!!! thanks to a bit of Tory jiggery pokery.

      Still I'm sure they'll make another pile of nobles to make up for it.

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