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Congratulations Boris

#1
Thought I would be the first to congratulate the new London mayor on Arsse.

Paddy Power have already indicated a payout on Boris bets and all signs are for a victory.

It will be refreshing to have a comedic and colourful figure in the position where he can inject some of his unique style and wit opposed to the grey dull and boring socialist/communist who couldn't even raise spirits in a distillery lift.

Well done old bean . . .
 
#2
First to congratulate 'feckemall' but not first to predict!

Agreed totally with your description of Boris J and would add hyper-intelligent. I suspect we Londoners are in for some fun AND some ideas that no-one could have thought of. I hope so anyway.
 
#3
Much as I'd like to join you I thnk I'll hold off a while. Bookies have screwed up before and I don't think he is a run away winner enough to be certain.

PS. BTW You really are going to look a right twat if he doesn't win :D
 
#4
in_the_cheapseats said:
Much as I'd like to join you I thnk I'll hold off a while. Bookies have screwed up before and I don't think he is a run away winner enough to be certain.

PS. BTW You really are going to look a right t**t if he doesn't win :D
Wouldn't be the first time fella.

I am as confident as a politician about to ask for a 23% pay rise for politicians.

In all honesty if the people of London have gone for (D)red Ken then they deserve more misery and commuter tax than he can throw at them, and I suspect that would be a lot.

I may look a right tw@ in that event, but not as peed off as Londoners will be over the next couple of years . . .
 
#5
"Only six people in the (Galaxy) UK knew that the job of the (Galactic President) Mayor of London was not to wield power but to attract attention away from it.

(Zaphod Beeblebrox) Boris was amazingly good at his job."

Apologies to Douglas Adams (RIP).

Boris will be nothing, if not entertaining.
 

Le_addeur_noir

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#7
The end of Red Ken?.Oh dear,what a shame.

Let's hope there's an investegation into the (alleged)corruption under Livingstone.
 
#8
Pretty much everyone I know, including me, had Bojo as their first choice, so It was bound to happen (ok, maybe not). But Ken has had his time.
 
#9
Le_addeur_noir said:
The end of Red Ken?.Oh dear,what a shame.

Let's hope there's an investegation into the (alleged)corruption under Livingstone.
My arse will it be the end of him even if he loses his job he'll pop up somewhere else, probably a european job for the commie tosser.
 
#11
I've just read that "Mr Johnson paid generous tribute to his defeated rival for putting London on the map and for helping win the 2012 Olympics..."

Oh, God. Boris: a. He didn't. b. The Olympics will be a catastrophe for London and the UK. Winning the bid was nothing to be proud of.

Still, well done and if I'd been a Londoner I'd have voted for Boris.
 
#12
Boris for PM if I had my way!
 
#13
Rangers through to the UEFA Cup Final. Labour recieve a humiliating shoeing at the Local Elections. And now Red Ken, the Terrorist's Friend, is out of a job.

Calsberg don't do weekends. But if they did... :twisted: :clap: :headbang: :party: :boogie:
 
#14
Wonderfull!

I feel better about the future of this Island than I have for over 6 years.

Gawd bless you BoJo, the howls of the filth you vanquished today will sound throughout the night.

The tide has been turned, the traitors run and soon enough shall perish.
 
#15
Werewolf said:
Rangers through to the UEFA Cup Final. Labour recieve a humiliating shoeing at the Local Elections. And now Red Ken, the Terrorist's Friend, is out of a job.

Calsberg don't do weekends. But if they did... :twisted: :clap: :headbang: :party: :boogie:
Well, the filthy blue nosed huns going through dissapointed me alot, but Boris made up for it.

:D
 
#16
Nice one BoJo. Next stop No.10.
 
#18
Get knotted Scabster - we have finally seen the end to 1970s socialist politics in London, twinning visits to people like Chavez and Castro and half of our Council Tax being spent on 'community projects' of dubious merit. I am looking forward to the purge of Livingstone faithful from City Hall, which should expose the extent of the corruption that has been endemic under Ken's "leadership".

The tide has turned on the wholesale destruction of the British way of life which has been wrought by the useless, 'professional', student-union politicians of New Labour. How they can still come on TV with straight faces and claim that the economic successes of the past ten years are entirely down to the masterful stewardship of that c*ck Brown, yet the inevitable disaster that is looming is due to circumstances beyond his control. One or other of those is a lie, and I think I know which one.

And the classic lie that they are 'listening' is not going to fool many people - fiddling the statistics to show that inflation is 2.5% rather than the realistic 10% won't wash - but then they don't see the impact when they claim £400 a month for food, regardless of the number of official functions they also attend or the freebies they receive from journalists and big business.
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
He gets better by the second - very Thatcher!

"Where there have been mistakes we will rectify them, where there are achievements we will build on them, where there are neglected opportunities we will seize on them."
 
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