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Dan Snow- fcuking bellend

#1
Sorry, but watching him on TV right now with his pappy, with his pointy-hand-chop, 'Crack On!', chinos-wearing, pseudo-army officer shtick really fcuks me off. As I speak, he's cammed up & in CEFO, with Paras, saying 'yah absolutely' and nodding in a -I-know-where-you're-coming-from manner.

They always use him as an expert on matters military. Why?


Am I just a moaning cnut?
 
#5
Concur.

Seriously went off him the day he sat on the BBC Sofa banging on about cuts to the Infantry.

No, he wasn't saying it was lunacy. Wonder if he's changed his mind now?
 
#6
Curiously enough, my missus, having watched a couple of programmes with Peter and his son remarked on just how much of a middle-class closed-shop the BBC is. Generations of father-so, mother-daughter of broadcasters and presenters find themselves employed in well-paid, expensed and pensioned (funded by the taxpayer) secure middle-class jobs closed to many outsiders. Entry into the BBC appears to be on the basis of 'who you know'.

Apart from Peter and his son, the only examples I can give off the top of my Head are the Dimblebys

Any others?
 
#7
I had to laugh at the facial cam

a perfect example of "too little, too much and just right"

I can see the Para Cpl now, "yes Dan, it looks well good mate, just right fella" Snigger Snigger
 
#9
Iolis said:
Curiously enough, my missus, having watched a couple of programmes with Peter and his son remarked on just how much of a middle-class closed-shop the BBC is. Generations of father-so, mother-daughter of broadcasters and presenters find themselves employed in well-paid, expensed and pensioned (funded by the taxpayer) secure middle-class jobs closed to many outsiders. Entry into the BBC appears to be on the basis of 'who you know'.

Apart from Peter and his son, the only examples I can give off the top of my Head are the Dimblebys

Any others?
The Krankies...
 
#16
This is and was some dynasty:

Billy Cotton (Billy Cotton's Band show ran 1949-69)

Bill Cotton (Head of Variety)

Fearne Cotton (fckwit music presenter)
 

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