Dont do as I do, do as I say.

#2
I suppose there aren't that many dentists that don't mind putting a wisdom tooth in.

We might get some sense out of Broon now.

Maybe not.
 
#3
Ah Gordon 'Sejanus' Brown....he's a two faced fecking twot and should be hacked up into little pieces and fed to pigs by some 'orrible cnut (watched snatch again last night!......however the sentiment still stands he should be disposed of in a violent and painfull way IMHO)
 
#5
From the article

"Gordon is no different to the large number of people who have found themselves without an NHS dentist because he did not visit one regularly.

"If you have toothache, you have to find a dentist quickly and to do that you have little choice but to go private. It is not like arranging an appointment with your GP."
Gordon is different to the large number of people who have found themselves with an NHS dentist because he can do something about it as a key figure in the governemtn.

I can hardly see the many members of HMF paying for their own or families treatment at such cost. Especially if they return from, say, BFG and are not on any lists. Likewise many others find themselves with out routine access to dentists.

The guy is a CNUT, justlike pretty much the rest of the government. Let's not forget his little stealth taxes and the like, when he blinds us with his winning smile.
 
#6
I don't suppose there will be any caps on his spending.
 
#7
The man some earlier posters have slagged off and called rude words is a mega control freak, clearly psychologically flawed, well balanced with a chip on each shoulder, an unreconstructed Marxist, a huge danger to this country especially with his avarice and his propensity for taxing wealth creators both human and corporate, he is a 24 carat slab of sh*te and is going to be the boss soon!

God help us all, for be certain this cretinous oaf will not.

PS Maybe I've been a tad non-commital with this post, so to dispense with any doubt I loathe the monster!! - and all he stands for.
 
#8
mistersoft said:
I don't suppose there will be any caps on his spending.
(Here we go again)

He's just filling in time before Tony leaves a cavity at No 10...You know the drill, another mirror image government resisting the probes of the police. Followed by a blue plaque erected outside his place of birth.

Of course once he's in the chair, he'll have quite enough on his plate...
 
#9
I actually saw a piccy of Broon with a hand in front of his mouth . Is that what they call a molar eclipse?
 
#10
is it safe :headbang:
 
#11
wet_blobby said:
God, I'd pay good money to be let loose on that tw@t with a drill.....
Our gain and his floss.
 
#12
chocolate_frog said:
From the article

"Gordon is no different to the large number of people who have found themselves without an NHS dentist because he did not visit one regularly.

"If you have toothache, you have to find a dentist quickly and to do that you have little choice but to go private. It is not like arranging an appointment with your GP."
Gordon is different to the large number of people who have found themselves with an NHS dentist because he can do something about it as a key figure in the government.

I can hardly see the many members of HMF paying for their own or families treatment at such cost. Especially if they return from, say, BFG and are not on any lists. Likewise many others find themselves with out routine access to dentists.

The guy is a CNUT, just like pretty much the rest of the government. Let's not forget his little stealth taxes and the like, when he blinds us with his winning smile.
Mostly 80% of NHS dentists in civvy street are now private and you are really privileged to be able to use a NHS dentists most people have to join a scheme called Den Plan to enable us to have treatment for our dental treatment
 
#13
"Using a private dentist is not the same as using a private doctor," said one friend of the Chancellor.

Of course they're not the same, one is a doctor the other is a dentist!

The principle is the same.

The next socialist prime minister of our country believes in one of the following:

1. He does not trust the NHS to deliver him the quality of care required
2. He accepts that access to NHS care is inadequate and as a result unless a person has the financial means to go private he/she will go without.

Either way he is a hypocrite and a c*nt. He is a horrible man...............who needs a face transplant!
 
#14
I think Broon deserves a swift kick in the bicuspids.
 
#16
Or to bump their gums.

I hear Broon's trousers fell down as he had his braces removed.
 
#17
Using a private dentist is not the same as using a private doctor...well to be fair they have only been in charge of the NHS for ten years, give them a chance and soon doctors will be in the same boat as the frang-mechs!
 
#18
warrant said:
Mostly 80% of NHS dentists in civvy street are now private and you are really privileged to be able to use a NHS dentists most people have to join a scheme called Den Plan to enable us to have treatment for our dental treatment

Having seen pictures of your sheeps teeth, your treatment must make up 79% of all work carried out by NHS dentists. As well as contracting out some of the work to Wimpeys.
 
#19
The Lord Flasheart said:
warrant said:
Mostly 80% of NHS dentists in civvy street are now private and you are really privileged to be able to use a NHS dentists most people have to join a scheme called Den Plan to enable us to have treatment for our dental treatment

Having seen pictures of your sheeps teeth, your treatment must make up 79% of all work carried out by NHS dentists. As well as contracting out some of the work to Wimpeys.
After seeing photos of you flashy do you have any teeth as for some reason you always seem to have your mouth closed :meditate:
 
#20
warrant said:
After seeing photos of you flashy do you have any teeth as for some reason you always seem to have your mouth closed :meditate:
As opposed to you who always has your gob open in a Downs dribbling kind of way?


BTW, I don't think you've seen a pic of me.
 

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