Boris - The Prime Minister

First thoughts on PMBoris, will he make a difference?


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Get with the beat Daddio....Maggie Maggie Milk Snatcher plainly did the dirty deed in Corby
Waswn't Mrs T in the first place and the kids in Sheffield are on Rainbow Pints* straight off their mothers' tit being hard northers like :)



*Rainbow Pints

The rainbow pint challenge involves drinking one of each of the club’s seven legendary coloured pints in one night, and waiting for the alcohol and e-numbers to hit.

The challenge amounts to at least twenty-one measures of vodka, so prepare to end up on the floor, leaning over a toilet seat and crying about your ex.
 
Just heard on LBC that Boris has left the Intensive Care Unit and has been moved to the ward where he will be monitored during his recovery. He is reported as being in extremely good spirits. :thumright:
 

offog

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Just heard on LBC that Boris has left the Intensive Care Unit and has been moved to the ward where he will be monitored during his recovery. He is reported as being in extremely good spirits. :thumright:
He's on the gin then.
 
Just heard on LBC that Boris has left the Intensive Care Unit and has been moved to the ward where he will be monitored during his recovery. He is reported as being in extremely good spirits. :thumright:
Well, I couldn’t be more happy that my previous somewhat doom-laden posts have proven to be wrong.

Good luck to the man, and I wish him a speedy recovery.
 
Just heard on LBC that Boris has left the Intensive Care Unit and has been moved to the ward where he will be monitored during his recovery. He is reported as being in extremely good spirits. :thumright:
So we can all go back to calling him a useless cunt again.
 
Good man, Bojo.
Keep it tight mate, keep it tight.
 
Aah-the human face of Socialism . . .
Do you know, I actually have some sympathy with those expressing ill-will towards Boris, when I consider how I might have felt if Corbyn had been the one in intensive care. Or McDonnell. Or Abbott, Milne, Formby, McCluskey, Serwotka, Butler, Burgon, Long-Bailey, Rayner ...
 
Do you know, I actually have some sympathy with those expressing ill-will towards Boris, when I consider how I might have felt if Corbyn had been the one in intensive care. Or McDonnell. Or Abbott, Milne, Formby, McCluskey, Serwotka, Butler, Burgon, Long-Bailey, Rayner ...
You would need a Nightingale for the communists.
 

offog

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Do you know, I actually have some sympathy with those expressing ill-will towards Boris, when I consider how I might have felt if Corbyn had been the one in intensive care. Or McDonnell. Or Abbott, Milne, Formby, McCluskey, Serwotka, Butler, Burgon, Long-Bailey, Rayner ...
Not Rayner, she a ginger and so must be the exception to the rule providing you have lots of black nasty or a very secure ball gag. And she no longer fills the entire screen when interviewed. Will we be seeing an expose of her relationship with her personal trainer soon.

The real point is would Tories have voiced their glee on twitter if the reverse was the case?
 
Grauniad HQ.

So ladies, patriarchal oppressors and those who self identify as pot plants or scarily large but oddly alluring organic cucumbers. We have a problem. We've spent the last days calling for a national unity government because Boris was the one man who could unite the nation and he's costa del blowfly and now the nurturing lady garden has gone and survived. Any ideas how we get back to calling him a useless lying git without looking like monumental hypocritical phaluses?

Errr.

I think...no, it's gone.

We could say it's racist?

Brilliant. We say it's racist. He should have died but he didn't because it's racist so while he was the hero our nation needed for the brief period we thought he was going to die now his premiership would be tainted by the racism of not dying of the racist virus so best get Keir Starmer in as PM asap.

Virtual high fives all round ladies, male scum and really even we struggle to take you seriously sorts.
 
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Gallons of spite, invective and utter hatred levelled by some of the biggest losers in our country ( Not using the terms comooni'ee or sueciety) towards a very ill man who actually would appear to have our best interests at heart.

I see them roughly on this level:

A good colleague of mine, interviewing an absolute moron:

" So would you describe yourself as a criminal mastermind, or are you just pressing the print button in your mum's back bedroom. You've got a legal adviser , free of charge. have a think about it."
 
Do you know, I actually have some sympathy with those expressing ill-will towards Boris, when I consider how I might have felt if Corbyn had been the one in intensive care. Or McDonnell. Or Abbott, Milne, Formby, McCluskey, Serwotka, Butler, Burgon, Long-Bailey, Rayner ...
Maybe so. To privately feel and publically express are two separate things.
There's a few of us who have lost mates in NI and other places, and to have people in the UK labour party cheer those who killed them gets a little much, so I'm not a fan of McDonnell etc. I never sought to support those who would harm them, why do they support those who would harm me and kill my friends ? Should they expect goodwill from me ? If Starmer fell grievously ill, I would not hesitate to wish him a speedy recovery as a common decency. Corbyn ? I'd still do the decent thing, but privately....that's another matter.
 

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