Cyclops "contributes" to H4H charidee cook book

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LE
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#2
. . . . . . . . ooooooh the irony! :pissedoff: :crash: :evil:
 
#3
I thought all he knew how to cook was a dogs breakfast! As if you'd eat anything that incompetant cnut had cooked it'd give you food poisoning...
 
#4
Oh, what a recipe...

The Labour Pie

Take 1 x aging marxist....add a large dose of infinite public spending....whisk in several population controlling legislation......simmer until skint/public crisis.

Once reduced to nothing more than a burnt offering, blame someone else.
 

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#5
drain_sniffer said:
Oh, what a recipe...

The Labour Pie

Take 1 x aging marxist....add a large dose of infinite public spending....whisk in several population controlling legislation......simmer until skint/public crisis.

Once reduced to nothing more than a burnt offering, blame someone else.
Takes 12 years to cook, and then another chef has to start all over again, after putting the fire out.
 

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LE
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#6
Well they certainly generated publicity by asking that cnut to contribute. Given his normal capacity for deceit you would have thought that whatever he thinks of Eric Liddell he could have picked a more relevant hero. Liddell was a fast runner and did sterling work whilst interned by the Japanese but heroic?

There are far more important and relevant people who have contributed Dame Vera Lynne for one.
 

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#7
How else does this tube get his name mentioned in the same place as greats like Dame Vera? He just wants to see his name in print, in publications that mention great people, whilst being nothing like the sort himself, in the vain hope that he might be remembered LONG, LONG into the future as being in some way associated.
 
#10
Notice how Blair picked Ghandi as his 'hero'?

Quite right too, Blair had to get inspiration from someone on how to do maximum damage to British interests.

Edited to add:

Harry Patch picked a much less ' :roll: ' hero... The unknown German Soldier. What a man. That's newsworthy, not these slimy Labour politicos.
 
#11
Infact, the list's quite revealing:

Among the really wet :roll: heroes, and the idiots that picked them:


Jock Stirrup - Ceasar..... tw@t.
Brown - Eric Liddel from chariots of fire. really appropriate you cnut.
Blair - Ghandi. He never stops trying to piss me off.

It's as if these people just got involved to glorify themselves and picked off-the-peg heroes at random based on their population-sympathy index.


And the gooduns, unashamadely appropriate:

Dannat - Viscount Slim
Ross Kemp - The British Armed forces (he really loves us, don't he)
Cameron - Beharry VC. However wet you think Cameron is, atleast he knows who is appropriate as a hero in a h4h cookbook.
 
#12
If the clown Brown told me his surname was Brown, I would not believe him.

If he has submitted a recipe, I wonder who composed it for him.

PS: If any member of this dreadful man's 'government' told me the prime minister's name was Brown, I would not believe it.

So disgraced; so disgraceful; so dissembling; so deceitful; so desperate.
 
#13
lsquared said:
If the clown Brown told me his surname was Brown, I would not believe him.

If he has submitted a recipe, I wonder who composed it for him.

PS: If any member of this dreadful man's 'government' told me the prime minister's name was Brown, I would not believe it.

So disgraced; so disgraceful; so dissembling; so deceitful; so desperate.
My bold.
That's good, because it's Mandelson.
 
#14
CrownImperial said:
Infact, the list's quite revealing:

Among the really wet :roll: heroes, and the idiots that picked them:


Jock Stirrup - Ceasar..... tw@t.
That could be his quirky sense of humour kicking in.

Caeser gave the French a good kicking and then went and gave his parliament a good duffing up for good measure. What CDS wouldn't admire those two qualities? :twisted:
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
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#15
Interesting both Blair and Brown chose two men of high principles and values
They couldn't be further from the pair of them
Although on the plus side one died in prison (albeit a Japenese POW camp) and one was assasinated
So we can live in hope the follow in their heroe's footstep


I imagine their meals promise so much but deliver fukc all
 
#16
Reading a bit further down the list , Vera Lyn chose chicken or turkey boobs as her recipe.
What do you think a chicken boob is?
 
#17
salforddude said:
Reading a bit further down the list , Vera Lyn chose chicken or turkey boobs as her recipe.
What do you think a chicken boob is?

An old fashioned tongue-in-cheek name for Chicken Breasts.

Although the Urban dictionary definition is more interesting:

"a girl with saggy small tits"


(on second thoughts I'll stick with the food version!)
 
#18
joey_deacons_lad said:
He has been cooking books since 1997

Jeeves a hansom cab and my pelisse thank you
Just knew someone would say that-curses,you beat me to it.Spot on,though! The irony of a man whose inveterate hatred of the military is widely known contributing ANYTHING in aid of a Forces charity sticks in the throat,though,which,perversely,is probably why some knighthood-chasing jobsworth advised him to do it. :!:
 

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