Boris Johnson at the Olympics

#1
Have just stopped wiping the tears from my eyes after listening to Boris Johnson's speech about "Wiff Waff". His performance earlier today was useless but he may have just redeemed himself!! Gleaming...
 
#2
I'd definitely like to see that! I've really a lot of time for BJ (these are the sort of abbreviations you just can't make up). Any chance of a link, Cowhead?

MsG
 
#6
I saw the speech...

I like BoJo, (yes its BoJo Bugsy mate). Good lad who just says what he thinks. Far too much of this PC crap these days...
 
#7
Just saw BoJo on skynews, he mentioned flag waving was a complicated sport and that the mayor of beijing had some major trouble at it, whilst referring to it as a star wars light saber. Brilliant!
 
#8
You can't get much more British than that. Did you see Broon trying to quash any un PC sentiment that anyone may have felt. Boris yet again set standards of Britishness and common sense sorely missed in the rest of modern politics.
 
#9
OPPO said:
I saw the speech...

I like BoJo, (yes its BoJo Bugsy mate). Good lad who just says what he thinks. Far too much of this PC crap these days...
OK, fair enough, OPPO, me ole mucker! BoJo it is then! Whatever his moniker, the geezer's just outstanding as the Mayor of London. I think he'd do a correspondingly good job as PM of the UK. Much better than that smily, smeary twät the Conservatives have at the moment. What is it, Campbell or such? Jock name, see. Very devious folks. :D :D :D

MsG
 
#10
To be honnest i thought he was scruffy with his jacket open and his white shirt on display, compared to that of the two smartly dressed men to his right.

But your right the IOC Chairman and Chinese Mayor dude did have a few problems waving the Olympic flag.

Not seen 'BoJo's' speach yet.

Did he close his jacket?
 
#11
#12
Matty0001 said:
Just watched the London 2012 8 min segment, the performance was epic.
Epic? You mean the lifeless X Factor winner, the old codger on the guitar and the billionaire footballer stuck on the back of a London bus with it's roof coming off as a reminder of 21/7! Not to mention the Asian child that represented the youth of Great Britain.... I was gob smacked at that part. And since when have 70s punk rockers been a reflection of London cross culture? I ain't seen a punk rocker for a quarter of a century.
 
#17
Doc_Daneeka said:
Class, first time I have seen that. One commentator in Beijing made the comment that the Chinese said only they and Korea did discipline and organisation to the extent of what we saw at the opening and closing ceremonies meaning our opening in 2012 would be less impressive. We can't do discipline and organising ay? Let's re enact the Normandy Landings for them! :wink:
 
#18
Me!_Amph!! said:
To be honnest i thought he was scruffy with his jacket open and his white shirt on display, compared to that of the two smartly dressed men to his right.
Agreed, he looked a mess. bimbling around with his hands in his pockets made him look awful. as for the jacket, big mistake i think.
 

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